Types of Roofing Materials
There are many types of roofing materials and types of roofs available today for your Cleveland home. You can choose from metal roofs, asphalt shingled roofs, tile roofing, flat roofing and many others. With today's roofing selection also come a wider variety of colors to select from.
At Upper Level Roofing and Construction, Inc, we use only the best roofing materials available on the market to provide the best protection for your home. We use top roofing material producers such as CertainTeed and GAF.
Asphalt Shingle Roofing
Asphalt shingles are one of the most popular choices for roofing materials. Asphalt shingles require little maintenance unlike other roofing materials. They are also easy to repair. Asphalt shingles also come in a wide variety of colors and textures. The most important advantage is their cost.Learn More about Asphalt Shingle Roofing
Metal roofs come in a wide variety of styles, patterns and designs. Metal roofs are extremely durable and have a long life. Not only are metal roofs great for your home, but they are great for the environment. Metal roofs can save your money, by lowering your insurance and help lowering your heating and cooling bills. The best is the added warranties it provides you and your family.Learn More about Metal Roofing
Roof tiles will never rust, warp or corrode, a frequent problem with other roofing materials. Tile roofing will keep you comfortable in your home all year round, while helping save money and the environment through energy savings. Roof tiles are ideal for those living in colder climates. They are impervious to the effects of frost and ice, and will never crack or warp, no matter how cold it gets.Learn More about Tile Roofing
Flat roofing is great roofs for climates that tend to have little snowfall and rainfall. Flat roofs is one of the most cost effective roofing solutions. Flat roofing does not use unnecessary roofing materials. Flat roofing allows full of all rooms below. Flat roofing is ideal especially if you are wanting to attach solar panels to your roof.Learn More about Flat Roofing