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Our Work is Warranty Backed


At Trusted Roof Solutions we are experienced and trained to install and repair all roof types. As seasoned industry professionals, we can help you choose the best materials and roofing systems for your home or business.

Our trained team of roofing professionals will perform necessary roof services with warranty backed products. By following manufacturer specifications and getting the work inspected and certified, we ensure that your roof investment is covered by the manufacturer warranty.

Roof systems come in a variety of styles, pitches and materials. At Trusted Roof Solutions, we have the expertise to perform roofing services for all roof types. If you need a new roof we can replace your existing roof with the same type of roofing materials you currently have or we can change the look and useful life of your roof by switching your roof material.
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Asphalt Shingle Roofs

The most popular type of roofing material in residential construction. Asphalt shingles have been around for a long time and aren’t going anywhere anytime soon. The popularity of asphalt shingles is due to their affordability, durability and aesthetic characteristics. Asphalt shingles come in a variety of colors and styles to complement the look of your home. The strength and resistance of asphalt shingles vary by manufacturer with top brands rated to withstand high winds.

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Metal Roofs

Metal roofs are a great choice for both commercial and residential structures. Although they are one of the most expensive roof solutions, metal roofs offer numerous benefits. When properly installed, most metal roofs will last a lifetime. This type of roof is not only attractive but also resistant to fire, insect, mildew and rot. The reflective nature of metal adds an additional benefit in the form of heat conduction which means you save money on cooling your home. Metal roofs are a great option for both new roofs or re-roofs.

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Tile Roofs

Tile roofs have long been popular throughout the world, due their attractive appearance and longevity. Tile roofs pair well with multiple housing facades and add a new layer of curb appeal to your home. In addition to being beautiful, tile roofs are also a practical roofing solution. Tile roofs come in both concrete and clay tiles, they are resistant to UV rays and extend the useful life of the waterproofing barrier underneath. Tile roofs have a long average useful life of 25 years. Repairs are relatively easy to perform. The biggest drawback of tile roofs are their price and weight. You can’t put a tile roof on just any structure, you must be sure that the structure can withstand the extra weight.

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Flat Roofs

Also known as single-ply roofs, flat roofs are installed on areas with a minimal pitch and a continuous roof surface. Flat roofs are very durable and wind resistant. Popular in commercial buildings, they are a great location to place HVACs and ugly plumbing out of sight. Flat roofs have also recently become popular with contemporary house styles. There are 3 main types of materials used in single-ply roofs: modified bitumen, EPDM & TPO.

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Modified Bitumen

An asphalt and polyester fiber or fiberglass mixture. This roofing material is extremely durable and typically lasts over 20 years. One of the benefits of this material is its resistance against the elements such as wind, rain and hail. Another benefit of this material is its ease of repair.

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EPDM

Ethylene Propylene Diene Terpolymer is synthetic rubber roofing membrane mostly derived from natural gas and oil. EPDM comes in black and white varieties making it adaptable to different climate conditions. In addition to color options, this material can be applied in multiple widths depending on the needs of the structure. The various widths make it more tolerant to water pooling and are a good choice for large commercial properties.

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TPO

Thermoplastic Polyolefin is also a rubber blend, TPO is made from the polymerization of ethylene propylene rubber and polypropylene. One of the most cost-effective materials for flat roofs, this material is also becoming popular due to its reflective characteristics that keeps heat out and its ability to resist corrosion and mildew.