CPR provides a wide range of roofing systems for commercial and residential buildings—single ply, metal, modified bitumen, built up, and asphalt or laminate shingles.
The basic information here can help you start thinking about the possibilities. When you’re ready, get in touch for a free consultation and quote. We’ll work with you to make the best choice, taking into account the type of building and its use, the existing roof, the climate, your budget, and other factors.
Asphalt & Laminate Shingle Roofs
Among the most popular roofing options in the country, especially for residences and other buildings with pitched roofs are asphalt and laminate shingles. Asphalt shingles also known as “three tab” are flat and consist of three rectangular “tabs” per shingle. They are reinforced with a fiberglass mat and typically carry up to a 25 year warranty. Laminate also known as architectural or dimensional shingles consist of multiple layers of different shapes and sizes giving them a dimensional appearance. Laminate shingles have a variety of options and styles that add more color and depth to your roof system. They are also thicker and heavier than regular asphalt shingles, adding to their durability and lifespan.
Cover Pro Roofing (CPR) provides expert installation of several metal roofing systems. With a wide range of colors and styles metal roofing remains a long-lasting high-performance option for roofing systems. Metal roofing provides many benefits, including energy-savings, a lifespan of over 60 years, low maintenance requirements, and strong weather resistance. Metal roofings longevity, sustainability, and durability makes it a cost-efficient investment.
Roofing contractors in today’s market use different roofing systems on low slope roofs. Single-ply roofing membranes are remarkably effective on low slope roofs and they are among the fastest growing products, having gained acceptance within the roofing industry as a more viable, speedier and cleaner roof installation.
Single-ply roofing systems consist of a sheet membrane installed over a flat or low-slope roof deck and are most commonly used for commercial applications. We offer three single-ply options: TPO, PVC & EPDM.
Cedar Shake Roofs
There are different types of wood used to make Wood shakes and wood shingles. Wood shakes are manufactured from pine, redwood trees, western red cedar and cypress. Wood shakes are made from logs being reshaped and split by manufacturers. Wood Shakes are thicker at one end of the shingle, this is called the butt end. To add texture to the shake shingles both sides of the surface are split to obtain the desired look. Shakes have different textures and finishes split, re-sawn, and sawn back. To make a wood shingle, the wood is sawn on both sides, this allows the wood shake to have an even taper and uniform thickness. Wood shingles and shakes are defined by there size “Perfection” 18” inch length and “Royal” 24 inch.