From natural materials like wood and slate to man made products like asphalt and sheet metal, there are more commercial and residential roofing types and styles to choose from today than ever before. While each has its pros and cons, they all can add a distinctive design element to your home. So, how do you choose the right one for you?
There are several reasons to like a flat roof, but sometimes it might not be the best option for a residential property. Thankfully, a pitched residential roof replacement is an option you can consider. This is an operation where the original sloped roof is transitioned into a roof with a much higher pitch.
Anyone that truly appreciates metal wouldn’t be surprised by the fact that it’s now the second most in-demand residential roofing material in America. Although its stock suffered with the advent of newer and less costly options like asphalt shingles, its rise in popularity again is well-deserved.