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Effective roofing relies on advanced material technology and integrated approach to protect you biggest asset – your home.  There are multiple elements that are necessary for a quality roof. These include:


Flashing is used to seal and protect the intersections and joints of a roof, such as around chimneys, vents, skylights, and along roof edges. It helps prevent water infiltration and directs water away from vulnerable areas. Flashing can be custom-formed on-site or purchased pre-formed in various shapes and sizes.

Flat Roofs

Flat roofs are commonly found on commercial buildings and modern residential designs. They are cost-effective and can provide additional outdoor space, but they require proper drainage to prevent water pooling.

(SBS Heat-Welded Membranes) Torchflex membranes are asphalt based, fiberglass or fiberglass reinforced polyester membranes treated with Styrene-Butadiene-Styrene polymers to impart “rubber” type qualities.

Shingle Roofs

Shingle roofs are among the most popular types of roofs. They consist of individual overlapping elements (shingles) made of various materials such as asphalt, wood, metal, slate, or composite materials. The type of shingles determine the ultimate longevity of the roof.

Metal Roofs

Metal roofs, such as those made of steel, aluminum, or copper, are known for their durability, longevity, and resistance to fire and weather damage. They can be more expensive upfront but often last longer than other types of roofs.

Cedar Roofs

Cedar roofs are made from wooden shingles cut from cedar trees. They offer a natural, rustic look and are durable when properly maintained. However, they require regular maintenance to prevent issues like rot, mold, and insect infestation.

Aluminum & Siding

Gutters and downspouts are essential components of a roofing system, helping to collect and divert rainwater away from the roof and foundation of a building. Aluminum gutters and downspouts are lightweight, durable, and resistant to corrosion, making them a popular choice for residential and commercial applications. Siding plays a crucial role in protecting the exterior walls of a building from the elements. Siding materials such as vinyl, aluminum, wood, fiber cement, or composite materials are installed vertically or horizontally along the walls, providing insulation, weather resistance, and aesthetic appeal. Properly installed siding can complement the roof and enhance the overall appearance and durability of a structure.


Proper attic ventilation extends the life of a roof and reduces problems because it minimizes the temperature differential between the attic and the air outside. Trapped heat and moisture can raise energy costs, cause ice dams, and damage roof system components.

Edge Treatment (Drip Edge)

For efficient water shedding at the roof’s edge. Drip edge is a modified L-shaped flashing used along the eaves and rakes of a roof. The drip edge directs runoff water into the gutters and away from the fascia.

Leak Barrier (Ice Water Shield)

Waterproofing membrane provides necessary protection against winter freeze / thaw cycles. It provides extra protection with its self-adhering and self-sealing qualities at vulnerable areas like eaves, valleys, chimneys and


Sheds water that may be driven under the shingles by high winds.