Residential Roofing

Your home warrants optimal safeguarding against the elements, which commences with a dependable and robust roof. However, the plethora of roofing materials and systems can make the selection process overwhelming. To assist you in making an educated choice, we’ve assembled a detailed guide to residential roofing.


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A roofing system is made up of several components, including:


Decking is the structural base of your roof. It is the layer upon which the underlayment and shingles or other roofing materials are installed. The most common decking materials for residential roofing are plywood and Oriental strand board (OSB). The thickness of the roof deck depends on the spacing between the roof framing members and the local building codes.


Underlayment is the layer of protective material that sits between the decking and the shingles. Its main function is to protect the decking and the interior of your home from moisture penetration. The two most common types of underlayment used for residential roofing are felt paper and synthetic underlayment.

Felt paper is an organic, tar-saturated paper that has been used for many years as the standard underlayment for residential roofing. It is inexpensive, easy to install and provides an acceptable level of protection against moisture. However, it has some drawbacks, such as being prone to tearing, wrinkling and buckling, especially in high wind conditions.

Synthetic underlayment is a newer, more advanced product that has been gaining popularity in recent years. It is made of a polymer material that is much stronger and more durable than felt paper. It has several advantages over felt paper, such as being tear-resistant, wrinkle-free, and UV-resistant. Additionally, it can be left exposed for up to six months without deteriorating, allowing for longer construction schedules.


Proper ventilation is essential to maintain the longevity of your roof. Inadequate ventilation can lead to moisture buildup and damage to your roof structure, which can lead to costly repairs. Good ventilation can also help regulate temperature and reduce energy costs by preventing heat buildup in the summer and ice dam formation in the winter. A roofing professional can assess your ventilation needs and recommend the best solution for your home.


Flashing is a thin, weather-resistant material used to seal gaps and prevent water from penetrating the roof. It’s typically made of metal or plastic and is installed around chimneys, skylights, vents, and other areas where the roof meets a vertical surface. Properly installed flashing can prevent leaks and water damage to your home’s interior. A roofing professional can inspect your flashing and make any necessary repairs or replacements.

Types of Residential Roofing

There are a variety of roofing materials available to protect your home, and each comes with its unique benefits and drawbacks. Here are some of the most common type of roofing for residential neighbors:

Shingle Roofing

Shingle Roofing

Our shingle roofing services provide durability, weather resistance, and versatility for any home or business. With a range of colors and styles available, we'll help you find the perfect shingles to complement your property's design. Trust uo deliver expert installation and long-lasting results.

Metal Roofing

Metal Roofing

Upgrade your property's protection and aesthetics with our metal roofing services. With superior durability, fire resistance, and energy efficiency, our metal roofs are built to last and save you money in the long run. Choose from a variety of styles and colors to match your property's unique look. Our expert team guarantees quality installation and unmatched service.

Slate Roofing

Slate Roofing

Add elegance and durability to your property with our slate roofing services. Our natural slate tiles come in a variety of colors and styles to match any design aesthetic, and their durability ensures a long-lasting investment. Trust our expert team to deliver top-quality installation and maintenance for your slate roof.

Fortified Roofing

Fortified Roofing

Keep your property safe and secure with our fortified roofing solutions. Our fortified roofs are designed to withstand extreme weather conditions and protect your property from damage. We offer a variety of fortified roofing options, including wind-resistant and impact-resistant materials, to fit your specific needs.

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