Residential Roofing – Keep your home safe
Protecting your family and your home from weather conditions is serious business. As your residential roofing contractor, Reilly Roofing and Gutters makes sure that your roof, the only line of defense your home has between you and adverse weather conditions, is professionally installed and maintained.
All work performed on your home, ranging from installing a new roof to performing minor repairs, is done with pride and care. Our customers are part of our family and we make sure they are protected accordingly. Work is performed by manufacturer-certified crews that also receive ongoing training on safety issues, industry trends, and customer service.
You will see owner, Frank Reilly, on your property while work is being performed so he can be certain the high workmanship standards that are synonymous with Riley Roofing and Gutter are met. Should you have a concern or question, your phone call is allows answered or promptly returned. Customer service, quality work performance, and competitive pricing are core business values our customers expect and receive.
Commitment to customer service and workmanship has earned Reilly Roofing and Gutters an A+ rating at the BETTER BUSINESS BUREAU.
Every roofing material offers its benefits. That is why we recommend before thinking of installing a new roof you should consult a licensed roofer who will help you with choosing the right material for your household. Residential roofing materials that we provide are listed below.
- Waterproof Your Home with This Simple Installation
- Inexpensive Upfront Cost That Will Pay Off
Asphalt roofing shingles are the most commonly used covering on residential properties in the market.
Asphalt’s primary purpose in roofing shingles is to serve as a waterproofing agent. Asphalt also holds the granules in place and adds to the overall strength of the roofing shingle. The best asphalt will stay flexible and will not dry out or become hard or brittle for the expected life of the roofing shingle.
Asphalt shingles come in a variety of styles and have relatively inexpensive pricing. The National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) estimates that the average asphalt shingle roof will last about 20 years.
A metal roof is a roofing system made from metal pieces or tiles. It is a component of the building envelope. Metal roofing can be used for residential and commercial buildings.
- Our Metal Roofs Can Last Up to a Lifetime
- 100% Recyclable Metal Makes Your Roof Less Expensive in the Long Term
- Standard Roofing Material with Energy Cost Reduction
The same material used for metal roofs can be used for siding as well. Metal roofing can also be applied over an existing roof, and it is very durable in cold weather. Metal roofs should only be installed by specialists with expertise and ample experience in installing metal roofing because if the installation is done incorrectly a metal roof will likely leak, which may later end up costing thousands of dollars to repair or replace. The International Association of Certified Home Inspectors (IACHI) estimates that metal roofs can last between 40 and 80 years.
R-Panel metal roofs are the best fit for a roofing project that requires a metal roof to be retrofitted over an existing shingle roof.
- Installed Under or on Top of the Roof Sheathing for Heat Protection
- Suitable Material for Great Roofing Insulation
This will eliminate the extra cost and hassle associated with the shingle tear-off (be sure to consult your contractor about the possibility of “over-top” installation for your specific roof.
Slate – Efficient Stone Material
When the slate is handled skillfully with a special tool in the quarry, the material undergoes fission and forms smooth flat sheets of stone.
- Incredibly Durable Material That Lasts Hundreds of Years
- Low or No Maintenance Due to High Resistance to Damage
The stone with this property is used widely in roofing and for many other construction purposes because it has a very low water absorption index, which renders the material waterproof. This naturally makes slate one of the most suitable roofing materials.
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