Catalfano Brothers Can Handle All Your Roofing Needs With These Different Roof Types
One of the most important aspects of your home is your roof. Whether building a new home or replacing a worn roof, it is essential to the comfort, function and aesthetics of your most valuable asset. There are a number of roofing options available, and Catalfano Brothers has the experience and skill to ensure your home gets the roof it needs. Take a look at these Pennsylvania roof types:
Asphalt shingles are a very popular Pennsylvania roof type.They are easy to install and there are no special accessories needed for roof edges, wall terminations or chimneys. The materials are also low cost, making them the most affordable roofing option. Asphalt shingles are also very versatile, so they will typically work no matter your roof’s shape. Asphalt shingles come in a variety of shapes, sizes and colors, giving you full control over the customization of your home.
Slate roofing are tiles made from a sedimentary rock composed of clay and volcanic material. This is an extremely long lasting roof type (sometimes 80 years or more). Slate is also one of the most durable roof types due to its dense composition and heaviness. Slate roofing makes some of the most aesthetically beautiful roofs. Aside from beauty, slate is water proof, providing your Pennsylvania roof with ultimate weather protection.
Metal roofs are resistant to the elements in any climate. For this reason metal roofing has a guaranteed 50+ year lifespan. Metal can also easily be formed into almost any shape so your metal roofing can resemble other roof types. Because of the insulation power of metal, your metal roofing will save you money in energy costs each year as well.
Seamless Metal Roofing
Our seamless metal roofing system is the perfect solution for a roof replacement or new installation in Delaware. Our metal roofing system stands up to decades of harsh weather like hurricane force winds, heavy snow, hailstorms, and wildfires. It won’t deteriorate, crack, fracture, or dry out. It is also one of the lowest maintenance roof types you could choose.