Roofing Products Roof Boots and Coverings

There are many different components making up a roof. There is the roof structure itself made of the truss systems below the roof surface and the sheathing. Atop the sheathing there is a felt tar paper or the new peel and stick sub material below the roofing materials.

Sheathing Underlayment

Roof Boot and CoversUtilizing the best sheathing panels for your project is crucial. Poor or rotting sheathing would compromise the roofing structure. Plywood and OSB panels and sheathing are classified as ‘Exterior’ and ‘Exposure 1’. The classifications are based on material composition as well as the durability of the adhesives utilized in the manufacturing process.

Roofing Materials

Shingles: There are shingles for the roof which come in a variety of colors and textures to beautify any home or building. These also come in a variety of quality thickness and metal components that help fight roof algae and discoloration. Life expectancy and warranty are tied to the quality of the shingles themselves. (Click to Learn More)

Tiled Roofs: A beautiful and proven roofing material is the tiled roof. A long history of weathered use makes them ideal for roofing surfaces, especially in the warmer southern climates. (Click to Learn More)

Metal Roofs: Metal roofing is one of the most expensive roofing systems to install. It is one of the best roofing systems. It lasts longer but is typically more costly. (Click to Learn More)

Boots Pipes and Covers

The most vulnerable part of the roof for leaking typically are associated with vents and piping. There are flashing and install issues as well as quality of the manufacturing materials used in the construction of boots and covers.

Roofers Report

Consumer Roofing ReportWe have compiled a complete detailed report on everything you need to know about roofs and how to identify and manage your own roofing problems.

We put it together into a convenient package here in the Consumer Roofing Report You can get a free .pdf report ... you can print it out and make notes as you see fit. (Get it here)

Roof
Discoloration

Curling & Missing
Shingles

curling shingles - warped shingles - buckling shingles

Cracked Broken
Tiles

missing shingle - missing shingles - broken shingles

Roof
Leaking

roof leanks - leaking roof