Low slope to steep slope, commercial to residential, whatever your roofing needs, we offer a wide selection of flat- and pitched-roof types and processes to provide you with the best roof.
Custom tiling for steep slope roofs can be done with clay, concrete, synthetic tiles or asphalt shingles to meet your design and budget goals. Each style offers unique benefits for longevity and durability.
Sheets of durable synthetics, like rubber, are used for single-ply, commercial roofing. The three most common types we use are EPDM (ethylene propylene diene terpolymer), TPO (thermoplastic polyolefin), and PVC (polyvinyl chloride).
Shake roofing consists of wooden ‘shakes’ layered across a rooftop like shingles. Today, there are a lot of shake-style roofing options that provide the look and feel of the classic wood shingle while using other materials.
At Peak View Roofing, we do in-house, specialty metalwork for custom jobs and
provide top-of-the-line, metal roof panels, including R-panel, standing seam and
Our custom roofing allows for greater personalization, even for large-scale projects. At The Broadmoor Resort, we provided a custom combination of historic clay tiling and copper metal roofing.
Composition roofing includes asphalt and fiberglass shingles that are lifetime and hail resistant. They’re
typically found in architectural, laminate or premium.
Roof decking, also known as sheathing, is the construct underneath your roofing materials that the materials adhere to. It helps protect your home or building from water intrusion and provides a layer for insulation.
Siding provides a great way to make your home more energy efficient while simultaneously improving its curb appeal. No matter what type of siding you choose, we'll be there when you need us.