Asphalt Shingle Roofing
Rabbit Hill Roofing has a wide range of asphalt shingle products, which look like slate, cedar shakes, classic dimensional shingles, as well as the traditional popular strip shingles. Asphalt manufacturers estimate that 80% of homes in America have asphalt shingles. A roof covers approximately 40% of the average home’s exterior. Appearance, resilience and durability are key factors to consider when choosing an Asphalt. Asphalt with fiberglass also increases fire and wind resistance with insulating benefits. These shingles are economical, weigh less, are simple to install and maintain.
Metal roofs are growing in popularity and a whole new array of metal roofing materials have recently become available. Metal roofs are a little more expensive than others, but they last a very long time. People like the looks of metal. Many metal roofs are considered “Cool” roofing products, since they don’t absorb heat like other roofing products. They mainly absorb at a lower rate. They have a very long life span. Metal roofs are a great choice for residential homeowners and commercial building owners alike. Their primary benefit is their aesthetic beauty and long life. They are a high tech answer to the need for durable, fire-resistant, lightweight roofing that looks at home on a house, while effectively reflecting heat from the sun.
Cedar Shake Roofing
Cedar shakes are one of the more traditional roof shingles available and, aesthetically one of the most beautiful. They are a natural product with high insulation value. They remain cool so they don’t heat up your house. Wood is the only naturally produced, renewable structural material. It requires the least amount of energy to manufacture and has the lowest impact on air and water quality. It is a roofing material of choice by many leading architectural firms.
EPDM Rubber Roofing is an extremely durable synthetic rubber roofing membrane that is used worldwide. EPDM is available in both black and white and is sold in a variety of widths and thicknesses. Its superior durability and cost-effectiveness are part of what makes EPDM one of the most popular flat roof systems installed in the U.S. today.