Asphalt shingles represent at least 80% of the entire roofing market in the United States. They are economically versatile, are suited for many types of roof pitches, and come in a variety of colors and textures to complement any home. Shingles are made with fiberglass matting (sometimes organic matting) and are coated with asphalt for protection. One will mostly find architectural shingles being used by roofing contractors these days, but sometimes you will see the dated 3-tab shingle still in use. For information about durability and warranties, contact us today.
Flat roofing systems are the most complex, and require experience and quality materials that only Bend Roofing provides. PVC, TPO, EPDM, and Three-Ply Heat Weld are among our specialties. Since flat roofs are subject to longer saturation and water retention times than a graded roof, each job can have a unique application and process.
Bend Roofing can navigate any industrial equipment, heating and A/C units, solar panels, vents, and other problem areas on your flat roof with ease.
Metal roofing typically comes in larger panels, can be ordered in standard and customized widths, and has a variety of methods to fasten and connect seams. One can often find metal roofing systems that use recycled materials, come in a variety of colors, tones, and metal types. Standing Seam, Metal Interlocking, Metal Shingles, and Copper are the most common types of metal roofs. More often than not, metal roofs cost more than asphalt shingles, but usually last quite a bit longer. Elements Roofing can truly make your metal dreams a reality! Bend Roofing has received extensive training in all facets of metal roofing and metal roofing fabrication. Examples include; radius domes, vaulted ceilings, architectural metal wall cladding, standing seam, and more… Metal roofs also have the lowest combustion rating and hence the highest fire rating available.
Rain gutters are an integral part of your home’s exterior yet many homeowners overlook the importance of having a properly operating rain gutter system.A good rain gutter system will protect your home from damage and give you peace of mind knowing your home will maintain its investment value for years to come.
The modern roofing tile represents technological innovation at its finest. Many top companies use recycled materials in the manufacturing of roof tiles. Further, some companies even use used fryer oil to release the forms that the tiles are molded in–making it a solid ‘green’ option for your next roof. Further, they add a unique texture to a roof turning your home into an architectural marvel.
Tiles come in a variety of styles to complement any home or business: Spanish Tile, Flat Tile, Mission Tile, Pan Tile, Metal Tile. Newer tiles can reduce heat transfers from the attic by an additional 50% when compared to asphalt roofs. However the most important thing to know about tile is that the tile is only as good as the underlayment beneath it. A quality roofing contractor will always use a synthetic breathable underlayment, w/ice and water barrier beneath the tile installation. At Bend Roofing we pride ourselves in being true tile experts and guarantee the your underlayment will last the life of your tile.