What we do
We have all your buildings covered!
The roof on your home is your home’s most valuable asset. It protects your property from the damages that mother nature can cause.
We do every type of roofing possible with high quality materials to ensure that your roof will stand the test of time AND weather!
Count on us to install a new beautiful roof to protect your family.
Your commercial property is a large asset. Protect your property by making sure the roof will protect the exterior and interior properly.
We inspect your commercial roof for any wear or storm damage and provide you with a report and quote to either fix or replace your property’s roof.
Count on us to protect your commercial property’s value!
You might find yourself asking why do I need a roof inspection if I don’t have a leak? Well, it’s because the condition of your roof is perhaps the most overlooked part of your home! Our home inspection looks at all aspects of your roof. We don’t just look for storm damage. We will check your entire roof for signs of general wear and tear as well as storm damage that you may not be aware of.
If storm damage is the cause of your roof damage, we will work with your insurance company to ensure that you get a fair settlement for your damages. Often times this can lead to a full roofing replacement.
Why Choose Us
We are local, trustworthy, and insured!
We are a local roofing company based in Albemarle, North Carolina. We pride ourselves on providing a high quality of workmanship and stand behind our products and services. If you are not completely satisfied we will do what we can to make sure you are happy with the results and with us!
Take a look at our roofing services:
Asphalt composite shingles are the most popular roofing material in North America. Made from a fiberglass base topped with asphalt and mineral granules, these three-tab shingles are an all-around good choice for most home roofing needs. They typically come with a 20- to 30-year warranty, and replacing individual shingles that are damaged is a fairly easy job.
Costs range from $1.50 to $3.50 per square foot, installed. Depending on the quality of the shingles and the conditions, the lifespan of the roof can range from 12 to 30 years.
The most common type of metal roof is the standing seam roof, so named because the aluminum or steel roofing panels meet in raised seams that interlock to keep moisture out. Metal roofs of all kinds are increasingly popular in regions with severe storm seasons, or where there is a notable danger of wild fires since this is a roofing material that is fully fireproof.
Costs typically run from $6 to $12 per square foot, installed. Metal roofs commonly last 30 to 50 years, but some have been known to last 75 years.
Wood Shingle or Shakes
Wood shingles or shakes are among the most attractive of all roofing materials, which makes them a popular choice for luxury homes.
Although both are made from natural wood, usually cedar or redwood, there is a difference between wood shakes and shingles. Shingles are typically thin, wedge-shaped slabs of wood that are produced by precise sawing. Shakes are produced by splitting and are thicker wedges with a rougher texture.
Shingles typically cost about $4.50 to $9.00 per square foot, installed; shakes are more expensive, with average costs of $6.50 to $11 per square foot, installed. Longevity depends very much on circumstances and maintenance. In relatively dry climates, and wood shingle or shake roof can last 60 years; in damp conditions, you may only get 20 years from the roof.
A choice for flat or very low-pitch roofs is a membrane roof. There are several types of membrane that can be used, including:
- Neoprene (polychloroprene)
- EPDM (ethylene propylene diene monomer)
- PVC (polyvinyl chloride)
- Chlorinated polyethylene and chlorosulfonated polyethylene sheets
- Polymer-modified bitumens
One of the best membranes is EPDM. EPDM is a synthetic roofing material often referred to as “rubber roofing.” It is similar to rolled asphalt roofing in that it is applied in large sheets that limit the number of seams where water can infiltrate.
Costs for a membrane roof range from $3 to $4 per square foot, installed. Lifespan is typically 20 to 35 years when the roof is properly maintained.
Rolled roofing material is the mainstay of low-slope residential roofs as well as out-buildings like shops and sheds and other utilitarian structures. Rolled roofing consists of long rolls of mineral-impregnated asphalt-impregnated material topped with mineral granules. Each roll is about 100 square feet of roofing, about 3 feet wide.
Rolled roofing is relatively inexpensive, costing $1.50 to $2.50 per square foot, installed. Rolled roofing lasts, on average, about 10 years before it needs to be replaced.