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Stone Coated Steel Tiles
Stone Coated Steel - The strength of Galvalume steel covered with crushed rock combine to make this the toughest, most long lasting roofing system on the planet. Designed to resemble the elegance of heavy clay tiles or thick natural wood shakes, it actually weighs less than half that of traditional roofing shingles. The air space underneath the roofing panels allows for cross ventilation making it one of the most energy efficient roofing systems available. This combined with Class-4 hail impact resistantance, Class A fire rating, and the most comprehensive lifetime warranty in the industry, equates to long term economic benefits for the owner of a steel roofing system.
Synthetic Slate & Shake
Synthetic Slate & Shake - The timeless beauty of hand-chiseled slate without the enormous weight or expense of traditional slate roofing. The authentic texture of natural hand-split wood shake shingles without the curling and cracking and constant deterioration we see with most wood products. Molded from high performance polymer resins, these shingles are backed by a 50 year warranty and are Class-4 impact resistant. Available in a wide array of colors and profiles, synthetic slates and shakes are sure to satisfy even the most discerning of tastes.
Asphalt Shingles - Also known as composition shingles, they're available in a multitude of shapes and sizes with just about any color imaginable. Most often designed to simulate old fashioned wooden shingles, some of the newest shingle styles share similarities to slate, heavy wood shakes, and even clay tiles. Although petroleum based, asphalt shingles are still the least expensive roofing material available. However, the most aesthetically pleasing shingle styles are rapidly becoming comparable to the cost of superior metal roofing and slate alternatives.
Standing Seam Panels
Standing Seam Metal - Metal panel roofing has been used on homes and buildings since the late 1700's. Thomas Jefferson specified this revolutionary building material to be used to cover the roofs of his historic Monticello plantation in Virginia. These metal roofing panels have come a long way and are now available in a wide variety of profiles and reflective finishes which are very energy efficient.
Concrete Roofing Tile
Concrete Tile - A very rugged heavyweight roofing option, the demand for concrete tile long ago surpassed that of clay roofing tiles due to cost, availability, and performance. With such a wide variety of color blends and a multitude of profiles concrete tiles are often the material of choice when designing a new custom home. Due to the thickness and shear weight of a concrete tile system it's important to obtain an evaluation from a licensed structural engineer if considering re-roofing your existing home with concrete.