Additional Steep Sloped Roofing Options

Looking for aesthetic or curb appeal?
Whether you are looking for a roofing product to add prestigious appeal to your home/business or live in a historic area and need to meet historic code, look no further.  Below is information about each product to aid in the selection process.  Contact us today for more information.  Be sure to visit our Residential Portfolio page to see samples of homes that we have done.


Synthetic
A premium roofing material, usually used where shakes cannot be installed (due to code restrictions), where a shake look is desired. Slate versions are usually installed where a slate look is desired but not able to withstand the weight of slate.  Synthetic products can consist of recycled materials and contain no asphalt material.

Synthetic
DaVinci Composite Shake Tile (Weathered Gray)

Product Brand Examples:

  • Eco-Star, made by Carlisle (Slate styles)
  • CertainTeed Symphony
  • Inspire
  • DaVinci (Wood styles)

     

 


Stone Coated Steel
A premium roofing material consisting of stamped metal panels and surface applied ceramic granules.  These panels are hail and wind resistant.  This product can provide an owner with a tile like look using an extreme light weight material.

Stone Coated Steel
Decra Tile (Chestnut)

Product Brand Examples:

  • Decra – Shake, Tile, & Shingle styles

 

 

 

 


Concrete/Clay Tile
A premium impact resistant roofing product usually installed over elevated battens and can be considered a luxury product offering aesthetics appeal.  These tiles can range in weight from 800 to 2200 pounds per 100 square feet, and unless repairing or replacing an existing system, a structural engineer should inspect and approve the load ratings for such products in writing. 

Tile
Ludowici Spanish Tile

Products Brand Examples:

  • Ludowici
  • Boral