1) Built up with Gravel (called Tar & Gravel Roof)
2) Modified Bitumen (Rubberized asphalt with colored granules)
3) EPDM (a type of synthetic rubber)
4) TPO (Thermal plastic)
5) PVC (soft Poly Vinyl Chloride)
6) Metal Roofs
7) Shingle Roofs
All roofs are made to keep a roof from leaking while the water moves off the roof system. The above listed membranes do the job well. Call for questions and answers to which roofing system would be best for you.
Many of our clients come from referrals, advertising, or are previous clients. We also will use door to door sales when there has been major storm damage in a certain area to help those in need as fast as possible.
When a potential client calls us, we listen. We care about your home as if it is our own. We set up appointments at your convenience to assess damage, take pictures and let you know what the next steps should be.
Call Anderson Roofing & Contracting first so we can assess the damage and inform you if you need to call your insurance. This will prevent you from having an unnecessary claim. Remember, if you call your insurance carrier to ask a questions about how to proceed, then decide not to formally file a claim, it is still recorded as a claim.
The type of shingle your choose depends on your personal taste and preference. Your shingle choice should reflect what you like in design and color. All shingles installed correctly will keep your home dry!