Silver Leaf Contracting: The Roof Replacement Pros
A Roof for Every Budget & Style
When it comes to roofing, one size does not fit all. Modern homes look great with metal roofing, while historic homes can shine with a slate roof. Commercial buildings have different needs than residential structures, and flat roofs demand materials that would look odd on a steep-sloped roof.
At Silver Leaf Contracting, we take the time to get to know you, your home and all the considerations the project entails. We’ll go over the pros and cons of each material with you, and answer any questions you might have. Our personalized customer service is just one of the reasons we’re Northeastern Ohio’s favorite roofing contractor.
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Asphalt roofing is simple to install and offers a superior level of protection for its cost. A typical asphalt shingle is a composite made up of either fiberglass or rag mat with asphalt. It is then coated with colored mineral granules for additional protection and enhanced appearance.
EPDM roofing, short for Ethylene Propylene Diene Monomer, is otherwise known as rubber roofing. Most commonly, rubber roofs are 45 or 60 millimeters thick. Cost-effective, durable and versatile, EPDM is one of the most frequently used types of roofing materials for a low-slope or flat roof.
If you’re looking for a roof that is refined and extraordinarily durable, a slate roof is the best material on the market. A natural stone product, slate produces a unique, sophisticated look that will last for many decades. A slate roof is a considerable investment but can last for up to a century.
Metal roofs offer many benefits; chief among them are longevity and strength. Ideal for modern homes with clean lines, metal roofs are becoming more popular among today’s homeowners.