Asphalt is the most common roofing material used for steep slope roofs. It is affordable and easily replaced, as well as easy to install and maintain. Shingles can also be customized to fit any establishment, as they come in a variety of textures and colors.
Metal shingles offer the look and feel of conventional asphalt shingles, but they are less expensive and comparable in quality to a standing-seam metal roof.
EPDM (Ethelyne Proplyene Diene Monomer)
EPDM (Ethelyne Proplyene Diene Monomer) is an extremely durable synthetic rubber roofing membrane, colloquially known as ‘rubber roof’. This choice is most commonly used on commercial buildings, but can also be used on flat or low-slope residential roofs, such as patios or carports. Its’ multiple layers make it resistant to the elements and reflect sunlight. This option is also inexpensive to install and repair.
Metal Roofing is the second most popular roof type for residential homes after asphalt shingles. Most of our metal roofs have a 40-year warranty. Metal roofs are also easily restorable after they have reached the end of their warrantied life. Our panels are designed and developed in Canada to resist one of the world’s harshest climates and most extreme variations of temperature.These panels precisely engineered to prevent water infiltration with a unique anti-siphon overlapping design to withstand torrential rains, blowing snow, freezing rain and strong winds, and to resist punctures from falling branches and flying debris, hot burning, embers, sparks blowing out of your fireplace chimney and the punishment of the baking hot summer sun. With fewer joints than conventional roofing materials, advanced-technology metal roofing fasteners and proper installation procedures, steel roofing is a worry-free long-lasting roofing solution. Because of their excellent property to shed snow, steel roofing panels are the ideal roofing material for isolated summer homes and cottages. With steel roofing, snow never builds up, sliding off the roof when the weather turns milder, preventing water infiltration from melting snow and ice in the spring, a common occurrence with other types of roofing. Steel roofing thus prevents heavy snow loads and collapsing roofs, and the need to come out in the middle of winter to shovel the snow from the roof, creating yet further puncture hazards.
TPO (Thermoplastic Polyolefin)
TPO (thermoplastic polyolefin) is a single-ply roofing membrane used on flat or low slope roofs. This roofing system is cost effective with great performance. TPO features heat-welded seams that are more durable than taped or other types of seams. Additionally, TPO is heat and UV resistant with a reflective coating that reduces energy consumption.