Composite or Engineered roofing - These roofs are made from materials that have been reclaimed and they also arise in a variety of styles and colours. These usually resemble a shake or slate roof. They are long lasting (almost 50 years) and are affordable compared to other roofing materials. Perhaps its greatest advantage is that it is suitable for almost any home style.
Metal panels - Metals that are flexible and durable can easily be shaped to simulate tiles or wood shakes. As your roof will have a unique look, the longevity and strength of the metal will be maintained.
Concrete tiles - Concrete tiles are very durable materials which come in all styles and colour. Maintenance costs for these tiles are low. Because of its weight, installation must be done with professionals.
Clay tiles - They are made of clay and are relatively cheaper than metals or concrete. They are easy to shape and the colour gives the house’s roof an elegant look.
Slate - They vary in thickness and also come in a variety of colours and styles. Slate is mined from the earth and it requires a lot of labour to install. It is also very heavy.
Asphalt roofs - These are fire resistant, easy to repair roofing materials that go with any house style. They provide good value for your money since they come in many colours and styles and are also designed differently.
Wood shingles - This roofing type is common in cottages and contemporary homes. Its colour changes to grey with time. They require a lot of labour to install making them quite expensive. If maintained properly, they can last up to 15 years.