We offer several different types of residential roofing types in the Dallas / Fort Worth / Kansas City / Greenville, SC area.
Asphalt shingles are commonly used on sloped roofs, single homes and smaller residential projects. This is an affordable roofing solution.
Metal roofs come in a wide variety of styles, designed to fit into any neighborhood and that look just like typical roofing styles including cedar shake, slate, tile, shingle, and standing seam vertical panels.
Tile roofs perform better under the harsh Texas conditions than many other roofing materials while cedar shake roofs are absolutely beautiful.
Slate roofs are built to last at least a century. In fact, 150 years is a reasonable expectation of a slate roof’s longevity if the roof is properly constructed.
Ashpalt Shingle Roofing
The cost efficiency is one of the many benefits of having a shingle roof. Asphalt roofing shingles are also available in a wide range of colors to compliment the look of your home and enhance curb appeal!
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The benefits offered by today's metal roofing are many, including beautiful style, fire resistance, energy efficiency, and a proven performance expectation of 50+ years.
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Concrete or clay roof tiles can be flat or round, simulate wood shakes, or seek to replicate centuries-old roofing materials. The possibilities are virtually limitless.
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This elegant stone roofing is known as one of the longest lasting shingles still on the market today, prized for its beauty, durability, and longevity.
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Wood Shake Roofing
Apart from being beaituful, wood shake roofs are also energy efficient, providing a natural insulation up to two times that of asphalt shingles. This allows you to conserve home heating and cooling costs, and significantly save on energy bills.
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Solar panels are a great way to offset energy costs, reduce the environmental impact of your home and provide a host of other benefits, such as supporting local businesses and contributing to energy independence.
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