At Meyer’s Pride Roofing, we understand that each roof is unique to the property and location. Roofing is not a one-type-fits-all scenario. Because of this, we also offer replacement options for concrete tile, flat roofs, and slate roofs. You can trust us to know your roof and what is needed for repairs and replacements.
Concrete tile roofs not only look great on homes, but they are durable and energy efficient. They can withstand the weather’s harshest elements, such as rain, snow, wind, and extreme heat. They come in a variety of colors and styles and can completely transform the look of your property.
The highly reflective nature of concrete roof tiles increases your home’s energy efficiency. Sunlight is reflected off of the tiles allowing you to use less energy to cool your home. Concrete tiles have become an increasingly popular choice for roofing materials across the country because of their multiple benefits to your property.
Flat roofs, or low slope roofs, require special knowledge and expertise in replacement and repairs. Made from special synthetic rubber membranes, such as EPDM and TPO, flat roofs can withstand weather such as wind and hail without a problem. Often made from a white reflective material, flat roofs are also energy-efficient. They are known to reflect the sun’s rays and lower energy costs to your property. Flat roofs last, on average, 20-25 years.
The team at Meyer’s Pride is certified in handling your flat roofing systems. Give us a call today to see how we can help with your flat roof installations.
Slate roofs have the longest lifespan of all roofing systems. Lasting from 50-200 years, slate roofs are made from natural stone, making them moisture-resistant and extremely durable. Slate roofs hold up against nature’s toughest elements, making them a fantastic option for weather-prone areas.
If your slate roof requires a repair or replacement, it is important to hire a contractor that understands the intricacies of these roofing systems. You can trust Meyer’s Pride to do the job right and leave your slate roof as beautiful as it was when it was first installed.