HOW TO KNOW IF YOU
NEED A NEW ROOF
Moss or dark algae stains | Cracked, broken, or missing shingles | Bare spots where granules are missing
Shingles with busted edges | Shingle tabs that are cupped | Unsightly appearance
Your roofing system is one of the most important structures in your home. It protects the attic, walls, and other vital systems from the elements.Roofs can be made of many different materials, some of which can last for decades. But unfortunately, even the most durable roofs will only last so long.
Most of the time, you’ll replace your roof at the end of its life span or when it shows signs of excessive wear and tear. Many homeowners put off roof repairs and replacements, as they can be expensive, but doing so promptly will save more money and hassle in the long run. If you wait too long to replace your roof, water can set in, damaging your attic, insulation, and walls. Even worse, pests like termites, birds, bats, and rodents can be attracted to the warm space of your now exposed attic.
WHY CHOOSE US
Experience matters when it comes to the quality of your roofing. It is important to ensure that you work with an expert to implement this high quality roofing. By consulting with Shingle Pro Roofing Inc., you will be able to ensure that you can take advantage of this experience. We have an experienced team dedicated to giving you the highest quality work and craftsmanship. When you choose Shingle Pro Roofing we guarantee that we are partnering with the best roofing manufacturers in the business to give you the highest material to protect your biggest investment.
We only work with the best manufacturers for roofing materials
in the business. We carry certification from the following brands:
In addition to the manufacturers warranty we provide a five year labor warranty.
Shingle Pro Roofing Inc. has experience with all different types of roofing products. Our team of experts can help you decide which roofing material would best fit your needs and architectural preferences. We have a wide array of samples, so you can choose a style and color that best complements the style of your home or business. We perform multiple types of replacements, including:
Single-ply is wide width sheeting meant for low slope roofs. Single-ply roofs have far fewer seams than asphaltic rolled roof systems and don't require dangerous torches or hot asphalt for installation. They also come with prefabricated detailing accessories that make installation easy.
Also known as laminated or dimensional shingles, architectural roofing shingles are among the highest quality roofing products made. Traditionally, they are composed of a heavy fiberglass mat base and ceramic-coated mineral granules that are tightly embedded in carefully refined, water-resistant asphalt.
Roof tiles are designed mainly to keep out rain, and are traditionally made from locally available materials such as terracotta or slate. Modern materials such as
concrete and plastic are also used and some clay tiles have a waterproof glaze.
Due to its multi-layered construction, three ply flat roofing is more water and draft resistant. If the top layer is damaged, the layers below will continue to protect your property from rain damage. The multiple layers of your roof make it stronger, allowing it to potentially serve more purposes, such as for solar panel fitting.
Cedar Shingle Roof
A cedar shake roof is a premium roof system made of natural wood (cedar) materials. While it serves the same functions as an asphalt or metal roof, it's one of the most aesthetically pleasing roof's you'll see. That's what sets a cedar shake roof apart from the more common roof types.
Slate is made from metamorphic rocks derived from clay or volcanic ash. The foliation, or splitting, of slate allows for the production of thin sheets for tiles. The natural aesthetic of the slate shingles provides homes with a classic look that fits in almost any neighborhood.
Roofing shingles are flat or curved tiles that interlock or overlap in a way that channels water off of a pitched roof. They are made from materials that vary in cost, weight, durability, color and style. Roofing shingles are generally comprised of a material that is locally available.
A flat roof is a roof which is almost level in contrast to the many types of sloped roofs. The slope of a roof is properly known as its pitch and flat roofs have up to approximately 10°.
Synthetic Slate Roofs
Synthetic slate shingles are made of recycled materials and are designed to look exactly like a slate roof. They are modeled from actual slate to give them a completely authentic look and have chisel marks to add a hand-crafted touch.