Residential Roofing

Just because your roof isn’t functioning properly doesn’t mean it will exhibit the same signs as your neighbor’s roof. Different roofs wear in different ways, and the material they’re made of affects the type of damage they can sustain. Look out for several unmistakable signs of roofing problems, as some or all of them may be applicable to your roof.

Some of these are common sense indicators that your roof may need attention. If your roof is significantly old and no longer under warranty, or if it’s leaking or allowing sunlight to filter through cracks, it’s likely time to call a professional roofer. Other signs to look out for include damaged or missing shingles or tiles. Damaged flashing can also be a telling sign of your roof’s condition. By selecting a reputable roofing contractor, you can ensure you receive the most accurate assessment of your roof’s condition.

Residential Roofing Elements

Upgrade your home's defense against leaks with our advanced roofing system. Designed to protect your home and everything inside, our roof is equipped with state-of-the-art shingles exclusively developed for durability. It's built to withstand degradation and enhance the interior climate through proper ventilation. A roof system encompasses more than just shingles. Discover how all the different components collaborate to effectively shield against moisture, reduce energy costs, and enhance the overall appearance of your home.

A comprehensive roofing system encompasses ridge cap shingles, attic ventilation cap, high quality shingles, effective starter strip shingles, roof deck protections and leak barriers.

Roofing System Layers

Roof Deck

The roof deck is the base layer of a roofing system that provides structural support and stability. It is often made of wood on residential homes. The roof deck serves as the foundation for all other roofing components.


The underlayment lies directly on top of the roof deck and acts as an additional barrier against moisture. It also helps to protect against wind-driven rain and ice dams. Common materials for underlayment include felt, synthetic fabrics, or rubberized asphalt.


Shingles are the visible layer of a roofing system and come in a variety of materials such as asphalt, wood, metal, or slate. They provide protection from the elements and play a significant role in the curb appeal of a home.


Flashing is used to prevent water from seeping into joints and seams in the roof system. It is typically made of metal, such as aluminum or copper, and is installed around chimneys, vents, and other protrusions on the roof.


Roof of a house showing gutter and gutter guard protection against leaves

Gutters are an essential part of a roofing system as they collect rainwater and direct it away from the foundation of a home. They can be made of various materials, including aluminum, vinyl, copper or stainless steel.


Proper ventilation is crucial for maintaining a healthy and efficient roofing system. It helps to regulate temperature and moisture levels in the attic, preventing damage caused by excess heat and moisture buildup.


Insulation is another important component of a roofing system, as it helps to reduce energy costs by keeping heat from escaping in the winter and cool air from escaping in the summer. It also plays a role in preventing ice dams and moisture buildup.

Regular Maintenance

Regular maintenance is necessary for a roofing system to ensure its longevity and effectiveness. This includes inspecting for any damage or wear, cleaning gutters and downspouts, and removing any debris that may accumulate on the roof.

Stop worrying and reach out to one of us for help.

Over time, all roofs deteriorate and will eventually require replacement. Delaying the replacement or neglecting necessary repairs can result in costly damage and troublesome leaks. Conversely, prematurely replacing the roof would be a needless expenditure. It is crucial to be aware of common roofing issues and promptly address those that demand immediate attention. Our team of professional roofers is equipped to evaluate the condition of your roof and identify any early indicators of potential failure