roofing

Replacing or repairing your roof can be an intimidating endeavor. At 1st Choice, we want to make you as comfortable as possible with the process by being there every step of the way. We can help you choose the right roofing products to ensure that your new roof will be a source of pride, and never a problem. We will help diagnose potential leak or damage issues and address them in a budget friendly manner. Let us give you the peace of mind to rest easy, knowing you are being taken care of by the best.

Composition roofing

Composition roofing is the most common roofing material for residential homes. It is available in many colors and different styles, from traditional to luxury, to create the right look for your house at the right price. It is often made to resemble wood shakes, or slate shingles. Composition roofs are backed with a strong warranty program, up to a “lifetime” rating, to ensure that your new roof will last as long as you need it to. A new composition roof can often be placed on top of your existing roof, giving you an extra layer of protection, and keeping disposal costs down.

Metal Roofing

The use of metal roofs on residential homes has increased tremendously in the past decade. When looking at the benefits of this roofing style, it is easy to see why. Metal roofs now come in a variety of patterns and colors to match the style of your home, and the homes around you. It is a low-weight, energy efficient product that is made from 95% recycled material. While a metal roof is more expensive than a traditional shingle roof, it can last 50+ years, making it a sound investment for your property. Metal can also be installed over your existing roof, keeping demolition and disposal costs down, and giving you an extra layer of protection.

Flat Roofing

Flat roofing is a waterproof membrane used on low pitch roofs, which are typically at a high risk of accumulating standing water. There are many types of flat roofs; the most commonly being used today are Thermoplastic Polyolefin (TPO), and Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC). One benefit of these roofing systems is that the white surface can reflect up to 90% of heat back into the earth’s atmosphere. Not only does this benefit the planet, it can save you hundreds of dollars every year on your energy bill. TPO and PVC are also made of 100% recyclable materials, and can be made into a new roof when they ready to be replaced.