Residential Roofing



As you browse your shingle choices, think about how the look of your new roof could improve upon the roof you have now.

Should you choose a different color? Consider the look of your home’s exterior. A new shingle color could bring your look together. Or even inspire a new palette.

Have you seen the granules? Owens Corning shingles get their rich color from a combination of colored granules. Using the colors of these granules, you can coordinate all of your home’s exterior elements – the paint, siding, brick or siding.

Do you need more dimension? If your home’s exterior is monochromatic, think about adding shingles that appear thicker and give your roof a rich, textured look. For homes that already have a detailed exterior, you could choose softer, more muted shingles. Owens Corning offers a variety of roofing shingles that carry a unique combination of these characteristics.

There are many different types of roofing available for your home. Please click the following links to learn more

Composition Shingle Roofing
Tile Roofing
Flat Roofing
Mobile Homes
Walking Deck System

Contact us today for a professional approach to bringing out the best in your home and protecting your investment for years to come.

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Generally speaking, new shingled roofs should last upwards of 20+ years. However, many factors, such as proper installation, climate, and ventilation, impact the life of your roof.
Even if your roof shows signs of the symptoms mentioned above, you may not need a total roof replacement. A trusted roofing professional can give your roof a thorough examination and let you know if you are in need of a new roof, or just a few repairs. Contact us today for a thorough analysis of your roof.

Design a look you’ll love.
Choosing a new roof is a beautiful decision. Shopping for new shingles is the perfect opportunity to increase the curb appeal of your entire home. Your roof can make up more than half of your home’s exterior so it should complement your home’s style and exterior color scheme.