Flat and Low Slope

A roof that is level or slightly pitched is referred to as a low slope roof. Problems can develop over time with these kinds of roofs, due to the likelihood that water may sit on them for extended periods of time. Diagnosing problems with this type of roof is challenging. Finding the path of water leakage on a low-slope roof is difficult to trace.

Siding and Shutters

When considering new siding, it is important to consider your home’s architectural style, and the environmental impact of the material used. Selecting the right siding is important to maintaining or even increasing the value of your home. Siding and shutters can make a dramatic difference in the appearance of your home.

Composition Roofing

If you are in the market for a brand new roof, there is a good chance you will be putting on (and taking off) composition shingles. Best of all, they are available in a wide array of colors to complement your home.


Atlas Roofing offers various options for metal roofing, including steel, aluminum, tin and copper. Metal roofs are perfect for bungalows, ranch-style homes, cottages, historic homes and modern buildings as well.

Give Atlas Roofing a call today for a free estimate on your roof.
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