Types of Roofing

Looking for Roof Types to update your existing roof? style of roof types and materials make all the difference, both visually and structurally, and roof styles can also have a dramatic impact on the property value and add value to your home. 

Here are some types of roof that may help you: 

  1. EPDM Roofing

An EPDM roof is made up of extremely durable synthetic rubber roofing membrane. Sold a broad variety of widths, ranging from 7.5 feet to fifty feet, and in two thicknesses, 45 and 60 mils. With two available colors Black and White. 

  1. TPO Roofing

TPO Roofs are made up of a single layer of synthetics and reinforcing scrim that can be used to cover flat roofs. One of the fastest-growing commercial roofing systems on the market. Manufactured in sheets that are 10, 12, or 20 feet wide. 

  1. Pitched Roof

Pitched Roofs are what you usually see in residential roofs, that triangular shape at the top of your home, and create those tall attics on the inside. Designed to let precipitation like snow and rain slide right off and minimize the potential for leads as your roof begins to age. 

  1. Slate Roof

Slate Roof, one of the longest-lasting roofing available on today’s market. It can last as long as 200 years in favorable environments and maintain its composition for decades on end. Hard as stone, the slate will not absorb water or become warped from exposure to moisture.

When choosing your types of roof options, keep in mind that roof shapes vary from region to region for good reason. Also one of the important factors that influence the shape of a roof are your budget, the climate, and the materials available to meet your budget.