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types of roofs

There are numerous types of materials used in roof installation and construction. Paramount Roofing can install a brand new roof for you with professionalism and skill.

Continue below to see the types of roofs we commonly service and install. Remember, it's easy to get started on your new roof project with Paramount Roofing. Simply use our contact form to get started and reach out to us today!

TPO roofing

Thermoplastic Polyolefin - Also known as TPO, is always a consumer favorite when putting on a new roof. TPO is a favorite because the seams are welded together rather than glued, therefore, it's less prone to separation over the years. It's life expectancy is usually between 35-45 years! This is the kind of roof you want if you are looking for a 'set it and forget it' scenario.

Shingle roofing

Shingles are usually very familiar to clients and what they turn to because they aren't aware of the other roofing systems. That being said, it's a great option! It's financially a fantastic option because it's relatively the lowest upfront costing roofing system! Shingles are a roof covering, consisting of individual overlapping elements. Those overlapping elements are not only aesthetically pleasing, but durable too. They generally last for up to 25 years!

torch-down roofing

Torch-Down is best suited for low-angle or flat roofs. With one base layer as well as one torch-down layer it's a very sturdy roofing system. It consist of a modified bitumen, which is very similar to the consistency of asphalt. When using the bitumen and the two layers, this roofing system lasts about 20 years.

Metal Roofing

Metal roofing systems are sleek and add style to any home. While they do not cost more than a lot of traditional roofing systems, metal roofs last a lifetime! From adding to the house resale value, to helping you save money on your energy bills, the pros really outweigh any cons. The metal seals out water, easily sheds snow, and is resistant to things like rot and mildew.