Florida’s known for its beautiful weather, but that weather can be rough on a roof, which protects your family and belongings from rain, wind, sun, and more.
Whether your roof is badly damaged or it’s old enough to need replacing, we’ll work with you to come up with the best solution for both the building and your budget.
Having been in this business for decades, we’re familiar with the wide variety of materials that can be used for your residential roof. These include:
- Composite shingles
- Wood Shakes
- Clay Tiles and Slate Roofing
- Concrete Tiles
- Metal Roofs
Composite shingles are made with a mixture of commonly used roofing materials, including slate, shake, laminate, and wood. They come in a variety of different colors, shapes, and sizes.
Over 30 years, we’ve installed a lot of shingle roofs. They’re popular both because of their cost-effectiveness and their durability.
Wood shakes are also shingles, but they’re made from split logs. They provide long-lasting weather protection and offer a rustic wooden aesthetic. While they’re the perfect fit for the right architectural style, they’re the most maintenance-heavy shingle material.
Clay tiles and slate are sturdy materials that can, in some cases, last for up to 100 years with little maintenance. As well, they provide a strong look that’s desired in many architectural traditions. They come in a variety of different styles.
Concrete tiles are long-lasting and require minimal maintenance. They’re one of the more cost-effective roofing materials. As well, they’re renowned for their ability to withstand harsh weather conditions.
Metal’s durability provides numerous benefits to homeowners: hail resistance, wind resistance, fire resistance, and more. It’s also lightweight and energy-efficient, which makes it popular for large buildings.
At Complete Roofing Solutions, we offer a variety of roofing materials, and we’ll help you choose which one is right for your project. Whether you need metal roofing for your shed or shingle roofing for your home, we're here for you.