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“I had to replace my old roof before selling the house, and I got a referral to your company from a friend. I was so impressed with the professionalism and overall craftsmanship! The new roof greatly increased the value of my house and it was all because of you. Thank you for your hard work and reasonable prices!"
-Michael, Grapevine TX
“We were very satisfied with the service and efficiency of your company. Getting the quote was quick and easy, and your staff started on time each day and worked hard. We are very confident with the job you did and have been recommending you to all our neighbors.”
-Carol, Arlington TX
"I love my new roof!! You guys were professional, courteous and did an amazing job."
-Stephen, Plano TX
“We were both amazed at how easy it was to work with your roofing company. Getting the quote was quick and easy, and your staff did great work and cleaned up every day. A first-class job, you have a customer for life. The roof's workmanship is top notch.”
-Gillian, Southlake TX
Roofing Material Spotlight - Slate Roofing Info
Slate roofing is cut and trimmed, generally by hand, from blocks mined at the quarry. The stone has a natural cleavage which permits it to split cleanly along a distinct plane. It is available in the number of colors depending on the source of the stone. The chemical and mineral composition of a particular locality are what influence the color of the roofing. Slate roofing has a long life and is impervious to water and is noncombustible. The mass also reduces sound penetration from exterior noise.
Are all asphalt shingles produces in three-tab, 12x36 inch strips?
Asphalt fiberglass shingles are produced in many brand names, colors, styles, textures, thicknesses and dimensions. Some manufacturers offer asphalt based strip shingles designed to resemble wood shakes, shingles with two cutouts or strip shingles. Some diamond, hexagonal, and T-shaped shingles are also available in high wind areas like west Texas. Learn more about slate roofing>>