We are a certified Owens Corning contractor known as a “Preferred Contractor”. We meet Owens Corning requirements for installation and being able to offer their warranty. Our roofs are randomly inspected by Owens Corning, who also audit our customers experience via a third party Guild Quality Assurance survey. We have had great success installing the Composite Architectural or the Presidential roofing system as required in some of our HOA neighborhoods. This includes the use of modern synthetic underlayments, 26ga perimeter edge metal, as well as Ice & Water barrier in valleys and around all penetrations, ie: chimneys, skylights, boots and vents. Composite shingles have come a long way since the introduction of fiberglass mat and embedding the fiberglass granuals into the shingle. And, if installed by a certified Owens Corning “Preferred Contractor”, includes a transferable, 50 Year non-prorated manufacturer’s warranty, including workmanship coverage. It’s great peace of mind and a great way to capture equity when it comes time to sell your home.
Commercial, Flat Or Residential Low Slope
TPO is a type of single ply roofing membrane. TPO is an acronym that stands for Thermoplastic Polyolefin. It is an abbreviated way of stating the primary chemical composition of the roof membrane. Instead of using fire to melt and seal torchdown, we use high temperature equipment to seal the seams of membrane that comes in 5’ or 10’ widths. We prefer the GAF Everguard system and the use of the 60mil thickness instead of the thinner 40mil. Some of the benefits of TPO roofing include:
Gutters & Screens
Rain gutters and downspouts are imperative to the safety of your home’s roof and foundation. Gutters lead water away from the house, avoiding roof damage, flooding, and more. It also has the bonus of allowing you to collect and reuse rainwater if you wish.
They can be made in a variety of colors. We will work with you to choose an attractive option that works well while accenting your home in an appealing fashion.
Screens are a way to keep leaves and debris from clogging your gutters and downspouts. In some cases, downspouts tie directly into a drain field. The last thing you want is to clog the field. Fine mesh screens (metal or plastic) although well-intended often clog with pollen. Our screen is metal so it doesn’t form a bowl to hold debris, and the holes are large enough to keep water flowing & not to clog with pollen.