A traditional cedar shake roof is made using wooden shakes made from split logs. The wood chosen for wood shake roofs is usually either cedar wood or California redwood, which are both beautiful and durable wood options.
EPDM is an extremely durable synthetic rubber roofing membrane that is used worldwide. Its superior durability and cost-effectiveness are part of what makes EPDM one of the most popular flat roof systems installed in the U.S. today.
A metal roof is a roofing system made from metal pieces or tiles characterized by its high resistance, impermeability, and longevity. It is a component of the building envelope. Zinc, copper and steel alloys are commonly used.
Synthetic roof tiles, also known as composite roof tiles, are tiles which are made to replicate the exact appearance of natural slate, shake, and Spanish tile alternatives, but which are made from 100% recycled materials.
A tile roof is a roof made from clay, ceramic, concrete, or slate tiles. Each tile is secured to the roof deck by nails. Just like asphalt shingles, a tile roof is completed by starting at the bottom or lower most part of the roof, securing a row of tiles, then overlapping the next or second row of tiles over the first.