Roofing & Siding
Wide variety of materials and brands for design and installation of roofing & siding products
Roofing & Siding Products
Residential Roofing Products include those products necessary to provide a quality roofing system typically for a consumer’s home, garage or other residential applications. Residential roofing products are typically designed for steep slope application. Products can include roofing shingles, underlayments and accessory products.
- High-quality asphalt roofing shingles are manufactured in a wide variety of styles and colors for residential applications. Asphalt roofing shingles are the most commonly used residential roofing products in the market. There are four major categories of roofing shingles including strip roofing shingles, dimensional roofing shingles and premium roofing shingles.
- Strip shingles are the most basic of residential roofing products available in the market. They are single layered roofing shingles that are generally designed to look like slate
- Dimensional roofing shingles typically are heavier weight than strip roofing shingles.
- Premium roofing shingles are typically laminated and provide enhanced aesthetics and an increased design element.
- Cedar Roofing Shingles
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UnderlaymentsDesigned for use on residential roof decks as a water-resistant layer beneath roofing shingles. Whether fiberglass, felt or synthetic waterproofing shingle underlayments prevent leaks from ice dams and wind-driven rain in vulnerable areas.
Hip and Ridge
Accessory shingles are used to finish the hips and ridges of a residential roof and carry the same warranty as the shingles they are applied over. There are a number of options designed to complement the appearance of shingles while providing the same level of protection and durability.
Proper Attic Ventilation
Proper attic ventilation systems allow a continuous flow of outside air through the attic which creates cooler attics in the summer and drier attics in the winter. It consists of a balanced system between air intake (at your eaves or soffits) and air exhaust (at or near your roof ridge).
Starter shingles save application time. They are designed to work specifically with different styles of shingles for consistent appearance and performance.