Need a new roof or repair?

We can help you.  We are “The Roofing Experts.” Our company has served the community across central Florida for the past 12 years.  Because, we understand that a roof is an important structure of your property, we take our job seriously.  We want to do your roof right and to make this experience a pleasant and smooth one.  We are constantly seeking to maintain a team of professionals that can be ready to answer all of your questions and guide you hand-to-hand throughout this process.  In addition, we have established long term business connections with reliable providers and subcontractors, in order to provide our customers with high quality materials and labor.  Whether you are self pay or will be using your insurance, we have a plan for you. That is why we pride ourselves to be called “The Roofing Experts.”

Where do I start?

Once you find a professional roofing company there is a series of steps we must take before any work is done.  The following is a short and general list of the most common procedures when you contract with a roofing company:

First, we would like to meet with you for an initial roofing inspection.  We will take measurements and photos in order to prepare a free roofing inspection quote.  In addition, it is very important to us that you let us know your needs and expectations regarding the installation of your new roof or roof repair. Any questions, this is the time to ask!


Second, one of our team representatives will discuss with you the quote, contract, permits, State of Florida requirements and regulations and company procedures.


Third, once we have agreed on all business terms, we order materials and supplies needed and begin to schedule materials delivery, dumpsters drop off, projects start-ending dates.

Different Types of Roof Shingles

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Customer understanding of roofing terms. Why the style, colors and/or materials?

SHINGLES – is a series of overlapping elements, usually flat and in rectangular shaped, that are installed from the button of the roof up. The roof shingles form a waterproof barrier to protect the entire structure of your property.  It allows the water to run down to the gutters or to the ground.  The color that you pick will affect directly the look of your property and it is your responsibility to become aware and understand any limitations impose by the Home Owner’s Association.  Singles can also make a difference in the energy efficiency levels, budget and lifespan of your new roof. There many different styles and materials.

Different Types of Roof Shingles

  • Asphalt Shingles
  • Slate Tile Shingles
  • Tile

Types of Shingle Materials

  • Asphalt roof shingles is cover with hot asphalt on both sides and a mineral coating.
  • Clay Roof tiles also called terracotta clay tiles made 100% of natural clay.
  • Concrete Tiles are made of concrete and shaped similar to clay tiles.

Other elements to consider in roofing installation is the underlayment, insulation, roof penetrations, parapet walls, flashings, sheathings, and frame repairs.


There are 3 different types of underlayment: asphalt-saturated felt, rubberized asphalt, and non-bitumen synthetic.


Insulating your loft, attic or flat roof is a simple and effective way to reduce heat loss and reduce your heating bills. The most common type is batts and blankets of polyester, natural wool, glass wool and rockwool.

Roof Penetrations

Vent pipe, drains, chimneys are all important elements we carefully consider as they may require additional work or special order materials.

Parapet Walls

A parapet is a barrier which is an extension of the wall at the edge of a roof, terrace, balcony, walkway or other structure.


Usually aluminum or galvanized steel used over joints in roof and wall construction to prevent water seeping in and causing damage.


A wood panel or sheet material fastened to the roof rafters or trusses on which the shingle is laid.

Frame Repairs

Roof framing is one of those carpenter skills that appears quite complicated, and indeed, some roof designs are difficult. The purpose of a roof frame is to provide a structure that spans the walls of the building and supports the roof covering. In some cases, parts of the frame may need to be replaced before the new roof is installed or to make repairs.