Metal roofing in Wisconsin is one of the most popular choices for roofing for a variety of reasons. Apart from its good looks, metal roofing also provides incredible durability and efficiency, making it one of the last roofs you will ever need. Our years of experience with metal roofing along with our use of the highest quality products ensures that your roof will last for many years.
Metal roofing is versatile because it is available in a variety of colors and finishes. Over the years, metal roofs have gained huge strides in technological innovation, making metal roofing the #1 best solution for new and re-roofing projects. There are many benefits that come along with metal roofs such as resistance to rust and corrosion. Metal roofs will also not fade or crack during the harsh winters we experience in Wisconsin.
Other benefits that come along with metal roofing include:
• A unique look to compliment any home style
• Do not chip, fade, or crack
• Low Maintenance
• Will normally last around 50 years
• Will reflect sun’s says to help maintain a balanced temperature
• Rain, wind, sun, snow, and hail resistant
Asphalt roofs are among some of the most cost effective roofing material while also being relatively durable and long lasting. Asphalt is also the most common roofing material. Asphalt comes in a variety of options and brands to choose from. With each option bringing their own unique set of benefits and advantages, it is often very daunting trying to pick the right one for you. We are able to help you find the perfect asphalt roof for you and your budget.
When it comes to the highest possible quality products, there are three main types of asphalt shingles available. The first and most popular is what is known as the architectural or dimensional shingle. These are normally rated to last for 50 years with proper maintenance. What makes these shingles the most popular is that they are affordable and have great features such as a higher wind warranty and better algae resistance.
The second type of asphalt roofing in what is known as the 3-tab shingle. These are rated to last for 20-30 years with proper maintenance and are marginally less expensive than their architectural counterpart. This kind of roofing is perfect for the person on a tight budget or are about to sell their home.
The third type of roofing available is what is known as specialty or designer shingle. These shingles are heavier and add a more unique look, more like cedar or slate roofing. If this is something you're interested in, we are more than happy to help you find something for you.
For some buildings, a flat roof is the best type of roofing, but it is not easy to decide which type of flat roof will best benefit your building. Some flat roofing are a better option for new construction or replacement than others. There are flat roofing materials that are more suitable for larger commercial buildings, while not offering much for a residential home. Our roofing experts are able to guide you and help you decide which flat roof type is best for you and your budget.
Traditionally, flat roofs were not known for their durability, but over the past few decades flat roofing technology has advanced and transformed the world of flat roofing. Flat roofs are now just as durable and energy efficient as their sloped roof counterparts. There are a variety of benefits that now come along with flat roofs including:
• Less expensive
• Enhanced stability
• Easier to inspect
• Safer to work on
• Frees up some interior space
Rubber roofing, known as EPDM roofing is a synthetic rubber roofing material that is available for both residential and commercial buildings with low slopes. This rubber roofing can be installed in either a white or black color and come in widths of 7.5 to 50 feet. EPDM is also extremely durable, especially in harsh weather conditions that we experience here in Wisconsin. Snow, ice, hail, and wind are no match for this superior roofing material. Although damage can happen when it is exposed to standing water for an extended period of time. This is why we ensure that your roof has a proper drainage system before an EPDM roof is considered.
Because EPDM roofing is installed in large sheets, it has proved to be the easiest roofing material to install. This minimized labor costs and keeps money in your pocket. There are some specialized tools that are required to properly install rubber roofing, so we highly recommend that you contact us, the professionals, for the job. Maintenance on rubber roofing also saves you money as it is normally a quick and simple fix. Many times, a quick application of liquid rubber or specialized tape is enough to repair a small leak. Maintenance is also at a minimum, some EPDM roof actually require no maintenance at all. All of this resulting in more savings for you.
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