Roofing Products

There are many different types of roofing materials for your home or business. Most residential roofing materials for your Greater Atlanta Area home include wood shingles and shakes, tile, slate, and composition shingles. Concrete tile, clay tile, and metal roofing are expensive and durable roofing materials. Asphalt composition are the most common and practical of the steep slope materials. Composition shingle roofing comes in a variety of thicknesses and has a potential life ranging from 20 to 40 years, depending on the quality of the product. Most homeowners do not wish to accept the potential fire hazards related to wood shakes or shingles and these materials are rapidly loosing favor in many areas.

Asphalt Shingles
Asphalt shingles have become quite so popular when it comes to roofing options for homes. Their versatility and economic value have proven to be so attractive that they now cover as much as 80 percent of the market. Asphalt shingles are quite inexpensive and easy to install. They come in a great array of quality and style and are compatible with a wide range of roof pitches. They can be installed with different roof features, from roof edges to chimneys and wall terminations to vent flashings. Most of all, they are highly attractive and can really give a house that homey effect. Learn more

Wood Shakes
Wood Shakes are made from Red Cedar as it is highly resistant to decay and corrosion. Wood shakes are categorized into three kinds, one, two and three. The number one, is more recommended for roofing because they are more durable, the second and third are better for sidings. Go to our Cedar Shakes section to learn more.

Metal Roofing
Metal roof installations have more than doubled in the last five years and will continue to grow 15 percent per year, according to the Metal Roofing Alliance (MRA). There is no material more capable of protecting a home from destructive weather conditions. Learn more

Concrete Tile Roofing
Concrete tile roofing is definitely becoming one of the most popular materials used in roofing. It is available in concrete or clay, and in many different colors and shapes. Its versatility gives homeowners the ability to find something that matches their home. Concrete roofing tiles offer elegant, long-term aesthetics for house designs and improved marketability for the builder. They also provide greater protection to the homeowner. Roofing tiles come in all different varieties. Shingle, shake and slate are just some of the varieties of tile. When it comes to concrete tiles, the texture, hue and shape are no issue at all. In fact, they often don't end up looking like tile at all. Learn more

Clay Tiles
Available in many different shapes and colors, clay roofing tiles are increasing in popularity as a finished roofing material throughout the Greater Atlanta Area. They bring a rich, elegant and beautiful aesthetic quality to any property and definitely increase the value of any home. Learn more

EPDM Roofing
Because of the effects of the weather, most roofs will eventually leak. If you are one of the home owners out there who have been struggling to remedy a leaking roof, then you will be happy to find out that there is such a thing as EPDM rubber roofing. Learn more

Torch Down Roofing
Torch Down Roofing got its name from the installation process which done by torching the sheets in the overlap area. Is like a large rubber sheet that’s actually vulcanized onto a fiberglass base sheet. Highly recommended for most flat roofs, torch down roofing is similar to the tar and gravel roof. This roof adds layers of polyester or fiberglass with bitumen to the standard tar and gravel layering system. These additional layers add strength and resistance to this type of roof. Learn more