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Types of Roofing
We offer affordable REPAIR and INSTALLATION of the following types of roofing: SHINGLE, SLATE, TILE, METAL, ALUMINUM, RUBBER. We also offer other types of roofing upon request.
GUTTER INSTALLATION is best performed during re-roofing, which allows for integration of the gutters into the roofing system. For additional CONSTRUCTION and CARPENTRY SERVICES, please feel free to contact us: 281.203.0450
Two of the most common types of shingles are asphalt and wood. ASPHALT SHINGLES come in a variety of styles, colors, durability’s and manufacturers. They will be either organic or non-organic (fiberglass), dimensional or three-tab and anywhere from a 20 year to a lifetime manufactures warranty. WOOD SHINGLES come in several different sizes, with varying exposures and are generally either shingles or shakes. These are most commonly made of Western Red Cedar. – CALL US ANYTIME FOR A FREE ESTIMATE: (281) 203-0450
Slate roofing is one of the most aesthetically pleasing and durable of all roofing materials. Installed properly, slate roofs require relatively little maintenance and will last 60 to 125 years or longer depending on the type of slate employed, roof configuration and the geographical location of the property. – CALL US ANYTIME FOR A FREE ESTIMATE: 281.203.0450
Tile roofs can be found in almost any climate and can withstand some of the most hazardous weather conditions. That protection is what makes tile one of the most appealing alternatives to other roofing materials. Its color and design can be tailored to almost any style home or building and the tiles durability enables manufacturers to offer some of the longest warranties in the roofing industry. – CALL US ANYTIME FOR A FREE ESTIMATE: 281.203.0450
Metal roofing, aluminium roofing, rubber roofing
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If you encounter problems like leaking, clogged, loose rain gutters or inadequate downspouts, consider us for the repair or installation of your rain gutters, downspouts and gutter guards. Adding new gutters during roof installation is the best timing as it allows for the gutter being fully integrated into the roofing system.
There are many different types of gutters including aluminum, vinyl, galvanized steel, stainless steel and copper.
Aluminum gutters are the most common ones in the United States. Qualitative aluminum gutters never rust, hold more water than traditional wooden gutters, are inexpensive and come in different colors and looks. The 2 common sizes are: 5 inch and 6 inch. For areas with a lot of snow, heavyweight aluminum is recommended as it prevents distortion. They are also the best option for seamless gutter systems. The only downside is the possibility of denting the aluminum through branches and ladders.
Vinyl gutters are resistant to rust, very durable and very inexpensive. They are made of PVC plastic and therefore can cause problems in extreme weather conditions, as they can break or bend during hot temperatures, heavy rainfall and snow.
Galvanized steel gutters are stronger than aluminum, durable and another affordable gutter option. Most of them come with a finish to protect it from rusting. They are also more resistant to extreme weather conditions.
Stainless steel gutters are liked for their durability and their resistance against corrosive elements, which makes the gutters look stainless for many years. They don’t rust and endure harsh climates. When it comes to affordability though, compared to other gutters, they are 2 to 3 times more expensive.
Copper gutters are another more expensive option. They have a fantastic look and are one of the strongest and durable gutters available, requiring less maintenance than other gutters. Besides being expensive, copper gutters also need to be protected from oxidation, which can be prevented by applying a sealant.