roofing types in cape coral, fl
Tile roofing has been around for centuries. With our Florida weather, the Longevity and durability of this type of roof will last for years. There are many types of tile roofs. Different styles and profiles made all over the world. Tiles can come in a variety of solid colors, shades, Slurries, and Blends (multiple colors blended together), to make your roof look and feel unique.
Tile roofing systems bring more value to your home and are extremely energy efficient which can lead to a lower electricity bill, saving you money in the long run. If you’re looking for a unique and luxurious addition or Upgrade to your home, a tile roof might be the right fit for you.
Metal roofing systems (Five V Crimp & Standing Seam)
Metal roofing has a modern appearance that will catch the eye of people passing by. Metal roofing is offered in two types, Five V Crimp & Standing Seam panels.
The panels can be painted in a wide variety of colors, or stick with the basic “Silver” Galvalume metal color. Metal roofing is known to be energy efficient and helps reduce the cost of your energy bill. For more information on metal roofing systems, please call our office.
Asphalt Shingles create a watertight, wind-resistant seal that protects your roof from environmental damage. Asphalt roof shingles are the most popular choice for roofing material today.
They are virtually maintenance-free and relatively inexpensive compared to other roofing materials. Roofing shingles come in a wide selection of colors for that perfect look to match your home. Shingle roofs require very little care or maintenance to keep their appearance.
FLAT ROOFS & LOW SLOPE ROOFING
Flat Roofs are very common in most building structures in Florida. Whether it’s a commercial building or residential home (lanai/porch). Older flat roofs have a tendency to pond water after a rainstorm. Florida Code requires a minimum pitch to ensure positive drainage. Ponding water is heated during the day by the sun’s rays and can breakdown the Flat Roofs material causing leaks and damages to the structure.
Some of Our Flat Roof Material we use
- Firestone Flat Roofing Products
- Certainteed Flat Roofing Products
- Polyglass Flat Roofing Products
- GAF Flat Roofing Products
There are many different types of Flat roofs, nowadays the most commonly used in Florida is the TPO (thermoplastic olefin) system. TPO is a single-ply roofing membrane system. TPO is very heat-reflective and is offered in different colors, but most often seen in white, raising its energy efficiency level and reducing the heat under your Flat roof. TPO membranes are tear-resistant and heat welded on site.
Ask about our 2 Ply & 3 Ply Flat Roof Systems!
Add Slope and insulate your flat roof with tapered insulation. It helps reduce the risk of water ponding and intrusion.