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Roofing Products

Wide Variety Of Materials And Brands For Design And Installation Of Roofing Products

Roofing Product Partners

Asphalt shingles on the roof of a residential home

Asphalt Shingles

Economical and long-lasting, asphalt composition shingles are by far the most popular roofing product on the market. Whether you’re looking for a basic 3-tab or something more upscale or dimensional, we offer a variety of colors, grades, and styles. We carry fiberglass asphalt shingles that carry a Class A fire resistance rating, also resistant to high winds, making them perfect for woodland and extreme weather regions.


Cedar Shake

Cedar shakes are a premium choice for roofing, liked for their aesthetic and functional benefits.
With the right care, cedar roofing can outperform several standard materials, as it naturally repels insects and resists UV and decay damage. Additionally, cedar provides superior insulation, aiding in energy efficiency by keeping homes cooler in summer and warmer in winter. This not only reduces energy costs but also promotes a more comfortable living environment.

Cedar Shakes on the roof of a residential home
Brown metal roofing on a steep slope residential building

Metal Roofing

Suited for both residential and commercial buildings, metal roofs can be crafted to mimic traditional roofing materials, such as shingles, tiles, or cedar shakes, while offering a sleek, modern aesthetic. Durability is one of its standout features; metal roofs can last 40 to 70 years, significantly outpacing conventional asphalt shingles.

Commercial Roofing

Low-slope roofs, often found on commercial buildings and some modern residential designs, have specific roofing requirements due to their minimal pitch. Common types include built-up roofing (BUR), which comprises multiple layers of bitumen and reinforcing fabrics, creating a finished membrane. Single-ply membranes, such as TPO (thermoplastic olefin), EPDM (ethylene propylene diene monomer), and PVC (polyvinyl chloride), are also popular choices, offering flexibility and durability.

Panoramic photo of a commercial building roof, low slope roofing

Other Products

Roofing Underlayment

Underlayment underneath an unfinished tile roof

Roofing Accessories

Shingles being nailed onto a roof, nail gun sitting next to unfinished shingles