concrete / clay tile
In the U.S., most roof tiles are made of either clay or concrete. But whether clay or concrete, tile roofing is a great choice. It can withstand the Southwestern weather particularly well. It won’t burn under the scorching summer sun and it is strong enough to withstand the monsoon rains and moderate winds.
Restoration and Coatings
Restoring or coating your roof will extend its life and improve the aesthetics of your home or business establishment. It can solve roof leaks on almost any type of roofing material. It will be less disruptive to the occupants and visitors of the commercial establishment.
Shingles of all types
Shakes and shingles can give homes “character.” Because of the natural variations in the color and pattern of the wood, no two shake or shingle roofs can ever look exactly alike. As a roofing material, wood also offers some energy benefits as it helps to insulate the attic and allows the house to breathe.
Spray Foam Insulated Systems
Many commercial buildings have flat and uneven roofs. This creates a problem when it comes to water runoff, heavy rains are frequent and continuous. For flat commercial roofs, though foam spray is incredibly durable, and surprisingly lightweight.
Metal Roofing System
Metal roofs have proven durability, capable of lasting for decades. They are heat-reflective as well as weather- and fire-resistant. They are energy efficient and green. They can also come in a variety of finishes and in just about any style and color to suit your taste and budget.