Professional Quality South Florida Roofing Services
Fresh Home Roofing services both Residential, and Commercial roofing challenges with unique solutions to meet their needs!
We service both new and existing structures. Services provided include installation, inspections, maintenance, repair, alteration, and design. Including all unique roof systems including shingles, tile, concrete,
metal, and built-up roof (BUR).
Our knowledgable roof technicians solve leak issues fast and efficiently to protect your structure. No matter the roofing challenge, our skilled & equipped technicians have the solution and the tools to fit your needs. All leaks are unique and our technicians have the expertise to "Think like water".
Roof Replacement, Installation, and Inspections
Reroofing is probably one of the largest home improvement expenditures a homeowner will make. Don't leave it chance! Trust your re-roof to Fresh Home Roofing! We provide dependability, quality, and cleanliness & safety as a standard of service.
Extend the life of your roof with a well-built and maintained roof. We offer exceptional service on all unique roofing systems including shingles, tile, concrete,
metal, and built-up roof (BUR).
Fascia and Soffit installation and repair
You may want to get your fascia board and soffit replaced or replaced if it detracts from the look of your home due to staining, bowing or chipping.
Asphalt Roofing Shingles
3-Tab Roofing Shingles, and Architectural Roofing Shingles
Asphalt roofing shingles are reliable, affordable and among the most popular roofing material in use today. According to the Home Innovation Research Labs’ 2018 Builder and Consumer Practices Report, 70% of the volume of roofing materials used in both single and multi-family residential new construction, roof repair, and roof replacement projects were asphalt shingles.
3-tab Roof Shingles
3-tab roof shingles are used on many homes in the United States and Canada. These traditional asphalt shingles have a repeating rectangular shape separated by “slots” and are typically less expensive than other asphalt shingle options.
Architectural Roofing Shingles
Architectural roofing shingles also called dimensional shingles or laminated shingles because there are two layers of shingle pieces laminated together to provide a dimensional look. Roofs covered in architectural shingles have an aesthetically pleasing appearance thanks to the variation in shingle sizes and shapes.
Due to their increased thickness, architectural shingles typically have a longer manufacturer warranty and some brands are rated to resist higher wind speeds.
Clay & Concrete Roof Tiles
S tiles | Barrel tiles | Flat profile
Clay roof tiles are made by baking molded clay. The density of these tiles is determined by how long the tiles are heated, and at what temperature. Tiles can range in color, coming in shades of white, yellow, orange, and even brown. However, the most common color of clay tile you can find is Terra-cotta. It is important to note that clay roof tiles may also be referred to as Spanish tile roofs in places like Latin America and Spain.
The high temperatures used to bake clay tiles helps bond the color so it will never peel or fade. They are a durable roofing option and highly insulating.
Spanish "S" Roof Tile
Combines the cap and pan of traditional barrel tile into a single piece. This style also offers lower material and installation costs over traditional barrel tile.
Barrel Roof Tile
The leading roof tile profile for Millennia, a traditional two-piece clay tile. True Barrel is commonly associated with Mediterranean architecture.
Flat Concrete Roof Tile
Flat Concrete Roof Tiles refer to a variety of profiles completely lacking in any barrels or rolls. Increasingly popular with designers, architects and home buyers, a flat tile roof offers a crisp, clean appearance that perfectly complements both traditional and modern architecture.
Steel Metal Panels manufactured in 24, 26 and 29 gauge steel and come in a variety of colors. Steel panel profiles including corrugated, wide rib, low profile and many more.
Standing Seam/Concealed Fastener Systems:
Standing seam metal roof panels are interlocked together at the edges to form a vertical seam. Seam heights vary, but the typical range is from 1-2 1/2 inches. For residential applications, the panels typically snap together without the use of exposed fasteners. This attachment method allows for expansion and contraction with changing temperatures, improving their lifespan and reducing wear on the roof deck. For greater strength and wind uplift capabilities these steel roof panels can be mechanically seamed.
Some benefits of using metal panels on your roof and siding include:
Long life span
Easy and fast installations