Types of Roofing

ASPHALT SHINGLE ROOF

Asphalt shingled roofs are a popular option because they’re durable, cost-effective, and lower maintenance due to their steep slant. These roofs are available in a variety of colors and three types: architectural, dimensional and three tab.

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TILE ROOF

Tile roofs prevent more heat transfer than other materials and allow more air to circulate, making them an energy efficient option in our hot Florida sun. Though more expensive than asphalt, they’re easy to maintain and can last as long as 40 years.

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FLAT ROOF

Flat roofs are covered with a material that must be slightly sloped so that water runs off. But if it’s poorly constructed, water can pool up and eventually lead to a leak. That’s why you need an experienced professional to do the job.

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ASPHALT SHINGLE ROOF

Asphalt shingled roofs are a popular option because they’re durable, cost-effective, and lower maintenance due to their steep slant. These roofs are available in a variety of colors and three types: architectural, dimensional and three tab.

Learn more

 
 
 
 
 

TILE ROOF

Tile roofs prevent more heat transfer than other materials and allow more air to circulate, making them an energy efficient option in our hot Florida sun. Though more expensive than asphalt, they’re easy to maintain and can last as long as 40 years.

Learn more

 
 
 
 
 

FLAT ROOF

Flat roofs are covered with a material that must be slightly sloped so that water runs off. But if it’s poorly constructed, water can pool up and eventually lead to a leak. That’s why you need an experienced professional to do the job.

Learn more

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