Harbert Roofing has over 125 years of combined roofing experience and knowledge with installing low-sloped and pitched roofing systems
The advantage to partnering with an experienced commercial roofing company that has been in business for over 35 years is that we will work to understand your needs and provide you with the best solutions. Harbert Roofing is at the forefront of new technologies, concepts, and innovations. There are numerous manufacturers that provide roofing products that might be specified in your bid proposal that we install.
You can reduce time constraints and logistical challenges with Harbert Roofing.
Working with a full-service roofing company allows you the advantage of multiple services such as: waterproofing, commercial and residential seamless gutters, and metal flashing fabrication. After your project is completed, Harbert Roofing can extend the financial savings with a Total Roof Asset Maintenance program that can be administered annually or semi-annually.
There are a few options when deciding on what type of roofing you want for your low-sloped roof project. California requires that buildings being roofed comply with Title 24, which refers to energy efficiency standards that were established in 1978 to reduce California's energy consumption.
Harbert Roofing technicians are qualified to install:
- PVC and TPO single ply membrane
- Built-up roofing (BUR)
- Cold adhesive roofing
- EPDM roofing
- Metal roofing
Single-ply and built-up roofing are really the only two types of roofs that will meet California's Title 24. Both of them are equivalent in price when meeting Title 24 requirements. Metal roofing is another option if you have a low-sloped roof. Metal offers great aesthetics when applied in a high-visibility location. Each type of roofing application is available with warranties. Single-ply membrane warranties can be 10, 15, and 20 years with a manufacturer's No-Dollar-Limit warranty.
Your roof accounts for 40% of your home's aesthetic appeal. Asphalt shingles offer you a variety of styles to choose from, depending on the look or appeal you're trying to achieve. Manufacturers offer shingles that can appear as: Slate, Scalloped Slate, Wood Shake, Dimensional, Sculptured Shingles, Random Cut Design, Shadowed.
Harbert Roofing is qualified to install any roofing system you choose. You can rest assured that your roof is properly installed. Our roofing technicians meet the highest application certifications by asphalt shingle manufacturers. Each manufacturer offers limited warranties of 30, 40, and 50 years with limited wind warranties up to 110mph.
A metal roof is a great choice for both commercial and residential properties. A metal roofing system provides versatility that no other roofing system can offer. Metal roofs can be used in steep slope or low slope applications. Metal panels are a good choice in areas where there is adverse weather such as high winds and low maintenance is desired. Depending on the appearance you would like to replicate, metal roofs can be manufactured to appear as: Tile, Wood Shake, Rustic Shingles, Slate. Metal panels can be designed to have a smooth or rough finish, scalloped, diamond, or round shapes.
Metal roofs have the ability to withstand the test of time. Materials such as:
- Rheinzink (a titanium zinc alloy)
Metal roofs can extend the life of your roof for hundreds of years without oxidizing or rusting. Not all metal roofing material is alike. Ensure the metal roofing system you use meets or exceeds requirements set forth by the Underwriter Laboratories (UL). As a consumer, you need to be aware of the types of material being used on your roof, the gauge of material, and how it is installed. Call Harbert Roofing today to help you make the best decision for your project. With Harbert Roofing you can rest assured your metal roof is installed properly.
Tile offers superior aesthetics, durability, and longevity. No other roofing material offers the superior aesthetics, durability, and longevity that tile does. Performing a life cycle cost will show that a tile roof is one of the best deals on the market today. Tile roofs are available in either clay or concrete. Both options have their advantages. Clay roofs have been around since the 13th century. Clay tile offers a more elegant roof than concrete. As time passes, a clay roof's color will become richer and develop a character unequaled by other roofs. Concrete tile was developed in the early 19th century. It is by far the most popular material used for tile roofs. Concrete is less expensive than clay due to fewer processes involved to manufacture it. Both clay and concrete tile are manufactured to replicate many styles, such as Authentic Spanish, Mediterranean, New England Colonial, or Contemporary. Additionally, tile roofs can be made to look like Slate, Shake, or even Shingles.
- Available in a wide variety of colors
- Able to last for 50 to 100 years or more
- Only roofing material to have a Class A fire rating
- Lower your fire insurance rates
- Will not decay or corrode
Tile allows you the ability to let your house stand out in the neighborhood. It will be a house that people stop and admire for years to come.