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ROOFING SERVICES

What We Offer

We offer a broad range of roofing options as well as installation, repair, maintenance, restoration and re-roofing services. Located in Cut Knife, we have completed roofing jobs and have travelled to The Battlefords, Unity, Wilkie, Biggar, Macklin, Kerrobert, Neilburg, Marsden, Maidstone, Edam,  Turtleford, Lloydminster and all of the smaller towns in between leaving a lasting reputation as one of the most professional roofing services in Saskatchewan.

All of our employees are covered under WCB.

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Types of Roofing Materials

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ASPHALT

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RUBBER

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SHAKE TILE

Difference in Types of Materials

Asphalt Shingles

OPTION 1

Asphalt roof shingles are the most popular roofing material used on homes across North America, and with good reason. They are designed to protect a home through decades of weathering with minimal upkeep, and are available in hundreds of colours and styles. Due to modern engineering techniques and the dynamic properties of asphalt, manufacturers are capable of producing numerous specialty products that exist across all shingle types. These include shingles that fight algae growth, offer enhanced resistance to damaging hail, and offer cool roof color technologies that reflect the heat of the sun to keep homes cooler and can reduce the expenses of air conditioning.

Rubber Shingles

OPTION 2

If hail damage or overhanging trees are a primary concern for your homes protection, there is no better option than innovative rubber roofing. Designed to look like cedar shakes or authentic slate, rubber roofing materials are one of the newest technologies on the market today and provide a number of advantages over their alternatives. Rubber roof shingles are made from recycled tires and other materials that are ground into powder and moulded into the shape of the shingle. They are completely recyclable and are a great choice for those who are environmental conscious. Rubber roof shingles are heat and cold resistant and also protect against UV damage.

Wood Shake & Tile

OPTION 3

Although Cedar & Pine Shake roofing materials provide a rustic woodsy charm, they do require reasonably regular maintenance and repair. In moister climates, care must be taken to ensure secure footing should the need to walk on them be required. A perk to adding shingles into your roofing or siding is their protective nature. Stacking shingles on top of one another can also help in colder climates where retaining heat and eliminating cold leaks from the outside are crucial. Cottages and cabins will often find the design and performance of shingles to be a significant advantage in keeping the interior warm.

Source information courtesy of certainteed.com, bobvila.com, dayusroofing.com