Asphalt roofing shingles:
Also known as composite shingles have long been the most popular type of residential roof material for a variety of reasons. They come in a variety of colors and styles, are very durable.
No longer just the classic wavy style metal roof panels that grace agricultural buildings. Today they come in a variety of deferent styles, hidden fastener standing seam, exposed fastener corrugated profiles, structural metal panels for low slope surfaces and of course coated metal shingles that mimic slate, shake and stone.
Are available in either concrete or clay roof tiles. Tile manufacturers produce tiles to suit many architectural styles, from authentic Spanish and Mediterranean to New England Colonial, historic, or modern. Ceramic roof tiles come flat or round, simulate wood shakes, or seek to replicate centuries-old roofing materials.
(Ethylene Propylene Diene Monomer) EPDM is an elastomeric single-ply roofing membrane that is considered to be one of the most cost-effective single-ply roofing systems available today. EPDM is a roofing product that exhibits a high resistance to ozone weathering and abrasion with outstanding low temperature flexibility.
(Thermoplastic Polyolefin) a single-ply membrane generally used in commercial applications Thermoplastic polyolefin roofing membrane is generally white, but also available in tan and grey. Its popularity throughout the United States is do to its reflective abilities and properties.
Your roof is most important weather barrier on your home. Without a properly functioning roof system the structure of your home as well as the interior content of your property could be compromised. Here at Apex Remodeling our professional installers are experienced at working with asphalt shingles, concrete and clay tile, slate, metal roofing, wood shakes, synthetic roofing products, EPDM, TPO, peel and stick modified bitumen products for flat or low-slope roofing systems.