Services


At Contech Roofing, we offer a number of services geared to fit the needs of our customers. Those services include:

 

serv-slopedSloped Roofs

Sloped roofs are one of the most popular types of roofs for homes in North America, and it’s easy to see why. Thanks to their easily recognizable triangular shape, sloped roofs shed water, sleet and snow with little difficulty. But regardless of the many benefits it boasts, these types of roofs can prove to be problematic to homeowners in high-wind areas. Luckily, our technicians are trained to detect problem areas, inspect for damage and build our clients dependable roofs.

 

serv-flatFlat Roofs

Quite opposite to that of a sloped roof, flat roofs are as the name suggests: flat. However, to ensure that pooling doesn’t occur, these types of roofs have a slight pitch to allow for water and other liquids to run off its sides. Flat roofs are popular for those who seek solar panels to their home or for those who want a roof-top patio for an extra space to mingle in. Such roofs are more susceptible to water leakage, but with proper installation and material use, can be made waterproof.

 

serv-skySkylights

Skylights are a type of roof window that boast many benefits for the owners. First, they provide a building with natural daylight, allowing for individuals to cut corners on their electricity bills. And second, they add an undeniable aesthetic quality to the property. Interestingly enough, they also have been shown to have a positive physiological and psychological impact on one’s well-being.

 

serv-evesEavestroughs

An eavestrough, also known as a “rain gutter” are narrow channels that helps collect water and direct it away from the roofs edge. They help protect a building’s foundation, reduce erosion and prevent leaks in basements. On top of that, eavestroughs are extremely beneficial when it comes to the surrounding areas of a structure free of falling water.

 

Soffits

Soffits

Soffits help bridge the gap between a home’s siding and roofline. Soffits are the underside of a structure such a s an arch or balcony and can come in a variety of sizes and designs.