Businesses thrive when their investments are rooted in goods and services known for their quality, efficacy, and influence. Highly successful businesses look for these qualities in every detail, from the businesses they partner with to the materials they buy.
Asphalt shingles are the most common type of roofing material in northern Ohio and are the best choice for businesses with steep-slope buildings and a strict budget. They come in a multitude of styles, colors, and quality grades, with guarantees ranging from 20 years to life.ALGAE RESISTANT
Algae love warm, humid environments like your roof, but their growth can cause repugnant black splotches and streaks that mar the appearance of your shingles. All our shingle products are specially treated to resist algae growth and come with a 10-year warranty against discoloration.
Wood shakes are known for their distinctive rustic look. While genuine shakes are usually made from redwood or cedar, high-end asphalt shingles also imitate this look. Although they require more maintenance than shingles, they are also longer-lasting and can give character to your building.WARRANTY
Low-slope or flat roofs require special care to make sure pooling water does not leak into the building. One common material used for this purpose is rubber, or themoset membrane, which is applied in large sheets and adhered to the roof decks with liquid adhesives or specialized tape.All of these features come standard with our GAF Timberline® shingles, which represent the ultimate in quality. We offer these shingles in three pricing tiers to meet the needs of all our customers.
Galvanized steel is one of the most common metal options, favored for its affordability and its extreme durability in the cold weather that often sweeps across the Cleveland region. It is also one of the greenest options, which can be recycled again and again.
Clay tiles are one of the most expensive options for steep-slope roofs, but are also a hallmark of Spanish and southwestern architecture. For businesses trying to recreate an authentic look, this roofing option can help help you achieve your vision.
Thermoplastics are laid down as separate sheets, then fused together with heat to create a single waterproof membrane on both large box stores and smaller roofs. This material is very tolerant of extremes in temperature and is durable, puncture-resistant, fireproof, and resistant to wind, hail, snow, and biological damage.
Low-slope or flat roofs require special care to make sure pooling water does not leak into the building. One common material used for this purpose is rubber, or themoset membrane, which is applied in large sheets and adhered to the roof decks with liquid adhesives or specialized tape.
Built-up roofs, or BUR systems, are composed of alternating layers of bitumen (tar) and felt or ply sheets applied over the roof deck or insulation. This roofing option is both durable and lightweight and can be used to create a smooth surface or may be covered with an aggregate, such as gravel or slate.