Residential

  • Roof Leak & Repair


    Each crew is equipped with a service vehicle, stocked with the latest tools and materials that are necessary to best service all roofing needs.


  • Roof Maintenance


    At a minimum, roofs gutter and downspouts should be cleaned of debris at least once a year. When this maintenance is performed, issues resulting from tree limbs, debris, etc.


  • Flat Roofing


    Most modified bitumen and single ply roofs last between 12 and 20 years. They are cheaper and require less labor to install than a gravel roof.


  • Gravel Roofing


    Gravel roofs have a long history of being leak-free and have a functional lifespan of between 20 and 50 years. Gravel roofs are very resistant to foot traffic, stay cleaner than any other roof material and because of gravel surface area, water evaporation is greatly accelerated.


  • Metal Roofing


    Do you need a new roof and are looking for a way to increase your property value and wind resistance. Metal roofing is your answer!


  • Tile Roofing


    Tile roofs are available in either clay or concrete. Clay tiles can come in any number of colors, simply by mixing different percentages of colors.


  • Spray Foam Flat Roofing


    Spray foam roofing is capable of withstanding up to 900 mph of wind when applied over concrete roof deck. It is proven to be a strong wind-resistant type of roofing as documented during Hurricanes Andrew, Charlie and Katrina.


  • Spray Foam Tile Roofing


    Spray foam roofing is capable of withstanding up to 900 mph of wind when applied over concrete roof deck. It is proven to be a strong wind-resistant type of roofing as documented during Hurricanes Andrew, Charlie and Katrina.


  • Roof Coatings


    There are four main types of coatings; these are: Asphaltic, Urethanes, Silicone and Acrylics. Of these there are several variations for multiple applications.


  • Shingle Roofing


    Shingle roofing has been a popular, cost-effective roof for many years now. Put simply, a shingle roof consists of individual overlapping elements, or shingles.