Roofing Materials Used
At Beyond Exteriors, we use only top quality roofing materials to ensure that your roof is nothing less than sturdy, reliable and safe. We use the following materials:
- Single Ply Asphalt
- Shingles & Shakes
- Slate, Clay & Concrete Tiles
- Metal (Steel, Copper, Aluminum)
- Flat or Low Sloped
Single-Ply Asphalt is one of the most popular roofing materials. It is flexible and won’t shatter or crack easily. Because it is manufactured by strict requirements, a single-ply asphalt roof will built consistently strong, with easy installation.
Shingles & Shakes
Shingles & Shakes add a unique look to your home with textured surfaces that come in a variety of sizes and styles. Shingles maximize the cross-grain look of the wood with their cut ends, while shakes are split and provide a more rustic look
Slate, Clay & Concrete Tiles
Slate, clay and concrete tiles are a classic look for your roof. Slate is a beautiful choice, lasting well over 100 years with little maintenance and weatherproof qualities. Clay and concrete tiles are also extremely long-lasting and boast unique styles. Clay and concrete roofing is also highly water resistant and can easily be repainted.
Steel, Aluminum & Copper
Metal roofing materials like steel, aluminum and copper all provide a long-lasting, lightweight and durable choice for your roof. They are easily installable, elegant and highly efficient. Their reflective surfaces provide the added benefit of increased energy efficiency.
Synthetic roofs can be constructed to mimic the look and style of all the above mentioned, most common roofing materials. Synthetic roofs are made of 95% recycled materials, mainly recycled rubber and plastic. These lightweight, strong roofs are a less expensive, and more environmentally-friendly choice.
Flat or Low-Sloped
Flat & low-sloped roofs are weatherproof, made of materials that prevent against sunlight, wind, freezing and thawing. They are the stronger and cheaper counterpart to other common roofing styles. These roofs also give you more space to incorporate space for other uses, such as solar panels, gardens or a roof patio!