Made from aluminum or copper, these can be seamlessly attached to your roof’s siding to redirect water away from your home.
Metal pieces can be connected to create a roof that's both highly resistant to damage and long-lasting.
This classic type of roofing features overlapping sheets of asphalt to create an attractive roof with an airtight, wind-resistant seal.
Commonly seen in Spanish architecture, this type of roofing is common in Southern Utah and is made from overlapping rows of waterproof, clay tiles.
Wood shakes are often thicker than shingles, split from straight-grained wood that has an uneven, textured surface.
These weatherproof, flat roofs feature a low slope or degree of incline, contrary to traditional houses with steep slope roofs.