Residential Roofing

Your home is your castle. It is likely one of the biggest investments you will ever have and we are honored that you are considering us as your roofing contractor. Your roof protects your home and everything in it as it is one of the most critical components of your home. We have been roofing in Kennesaw and the surrounding areas for more than 36 years and we know our work speaks for itself. We have a great deal of experience installing and repairing many different types of roofing systems including the following:

Wood Shake Roofer in Atlanta

Wood shakes and wood shingles are manufactured from various types of wood such as western red cedar, cypress, pine and redwood trees. They typically come in 18 inch and 24 inch varieties. Many brands are treated with fire retardents and preservatives to prevent premature rot and decay in certain climates. Though this roofing material gives your home or building a rustic and elegant feel, you will want to check with your local ordinances to ensure that wood shakes are allowed. Some regions have made their use illegal due to their natural intolerance to fire.

Wood Shakes
Slate Roofing Company in Atlanta

Slate is a dense, durable, naturally occurring material that is essentially nonabsorbent. The color of slate varies depending on chemical and mineral composition of the mine from which it was extracted. Slate is one of the strongest roofing materials available and it has a high resistance to wind and hail conditions. Due to its weight and costs associated with manufacturing, slate roofing systems tend to be one of the more expensive choices though its elegance is unsurpassed.

Slate Roofing
Clay Tile Roofing Company in Atlanta

Clay tile is produced by baking molded clay into tile and applying different surface treatments or glazes. There are a wide variety of tile profiles, styles, finishes and colors available. Though clay tiles are common in dry or hot climates, they may be used in any climate and give your property a comtemporary spanish look and feel.

Clay Tiles
Concrete Tile Roofing Company

Other than the foundation material used (concrete), the manufacturing process of concrete tile is essentially the same as clay tile and also has a wide variety of profiles, styles, finishes, and colors.

Concrete Roofing Tiles

These lightweight reflective membranes have been around since the early 1970’s. Seams and penetrations are heat welded to ensure strength where you need it the most. They are highly tear resistant and puncture resistant combining good flexibility to allow for building movement. These systems are among the most popular in use today. Recent studies have shown that utilizing white reflective membranes reduces a buildings’ cooling energy demand, and may reduce total energy cost by up to 30%.

Roof Coatings

Roof coatings can renew the integrity of the roof surface by filling in cracks and replacing weathered and worn areas. Roof coatings reinforced with membranes can help seal and waterproof a roof while improving reflectivity and reducing thermal shock. Coatings can extend the life of most low-slope and steep-slope commercial roof types for many years while reducing energy consumption.

Roof Coatings
Modified Bitumen

Built up roofing dates back to the 1840’s and is a continuous roof membrane made up of layers of roof felts alternated with layers of hot asphalt. Modified Bitumen (MB) roofing was first used in the US in the early 1970’s and is a close cousin of the Built up Roof (BUR). The Modified Bitumen system comes in a roll and is typically installed with either torch applied or hot asphalt applications.

Modifed Bitumen & Built Up

EPDM is a low cost yet high performance elastomer rubber roofing product typically used in commercial roofing applications. While it is versatile and inexpensive, EPDM has a relatively low tolerance for punctures and has relatively high maintenance costs as a result.

EPDM & Rubber Roofing