Roof replacement is expensive, so homeowners sometimes wait until roof deteriorates so badly to replace the roof. It is usually too late to avoid additional expensive repair due to damage on plywood, fascia and eaves etc. So it is important to know the timing of roof replacement. Please refer to our FAQ’s page.
The most common residential roofing types include: Concrete and clay tiles, asphalt shingles, metal roofing and modified Bitumen roof Membrane system. Each Roof type and roofing materials will wear differently depending on the number of layers, quality and regularity of its maintenance.
All Climate Roofing works only with the most reputable suppliers in the industry. We will help you choosing the best roofing materials that suit your house based on cost, weight, roof pitch, style and installation requirements.
Concrete and Clay Tile Roof
Tile roof is very durable and can last 50 years with routine maintenance. Tile roof are resistant to fire, wind and moisture. Tile roofs help conserve energy in cold and warm climates since air can circulate under the loosely laid tiles. Last but not least, tile roofs come in a variety of color and look, providing the most prestigious and classic look among all the other roofing types.
Tile roofing is relative heavy and some home cannot support it without structural improvements. Tiles can break when you walk on them, especially the light weight tiles. Standard weight concrete tiles are usually more durable than the clay tiles and light weight tiles.
Composition shingles are low cost combined with decent durability. They come in a variety of looks and colors to choose from.
Composition shingles are more susceptible to thermal shock, fire and wind damage. It usually has longer life span in the cooler climate.
Modified Bitumen Roofing Membrane
Modified Bitumen Roofing Membrane are usually applied on flat or low slope roofs. They are composed of multiple layers, most commonly a 2-ply or 3-ply systems. It is usually applied with torch down process. The modifiers impart a “plasticized” or “rubberized” quality to asphalt, and they are sometimes called “rubber roofs”.