Composite Shingle Roofing System

Composite shingle roofs are the most common roofing system in the residential market. The main providers of composite shingles in our area are CertainTeed and TAMKO. Our status as Pro Certified Roofing Contractor and Master Shingle Applicator for these companies, respectively, allows us to offer the best products, installation, and warranty coverage. With an endless array of colors and styles available, we can install a roof to fit any customers’ budget.

 

 

Advantages of Composite Shingle Roofing are:     

       

  • Endless array of colors and styles                                    
  • Lifetime Warranties
  • Low maintenance costs
  • Easily repairable

Metal Roofing System

Do you want a roof that provides aesthetic beauty as well as time tested durability? Metal roofing has been around longer than any other roof system used today. The oldest metal roof in the USA is a Philadelphia church, built in 1787.

There are multiple looks of metal roofing that can fit any application, from accented edge metal to standing seam. Lone-Star Roof Systems’ has experienced in-house fabricators and applicators for any project. Having an in-house Sheet Metal Shop allows Lone-Star to lower costs, but keeps the quality of workmanship you would expect.

 

 

Advantages of Sheet Metal Roofing are:

 

  • Time tested durability
  • Aesthetic appeal and variety
  • Multiple strengths and installations for different conditions
  • Multiple manufacturers
  • Warranties to cover color and quality
  • Ability to retrofit flat roofs to sloped
  • Accents to dull flat roof systems

Tile Roofing System

Concrete, clay and slate tiles have special characteristics of improving with age. As such, tile roofs are considered a premium product with a premium cost. Though tile roofs are marked with high initial costs, the longevity and reduced depreciation means the effective cost of tiles, over their life span, is significantly lower than a composition shingle roof.

Tile roofs, in addition to having lower effective costs, also provide thermal efficiency. The natural airspace around the tiles creates natural ventilation to release heat buildup on the roof deck. One of the most popular energy-efficient tile roofing systems is Moiner LifeTile by Boral.

 

 

Advantages of Tile Roofing are:

 

  • Long-lasting
  • Environmentally safe products
  • High thermal properties
  • Resilient to extreme weather conditions

 

 

Wood Roofing System

Wood shakes and shingles are made from either red or white cedar. Cedar is unique to other roofing materials because it contains natural oils that ward off bugs, while fighting mildew and degeneration. Wood roofing is also thermal resistant, which helps your home be more energy efficient.

As wood shingles and shakes age, they turn a silvery grey color. If maintained correctly, wood roofing can last up to 60 years. When a wood shingle or shake roof has reached its lifespan, it can be recycled into mulch.

 

 

The Advantages of Wood Roofing are:

 

  • Have a lifespan of 50-60 years, if properly maintained
  • Provide thermal resistance, conserving energy by reducing the necessity for heating and cooling
  • Naturally weather resistant, and can withstand extreme temperature variations
  • Easily repairable

 

 

Slate Roofing System

Slate roof tiles are not only breathtaking, but are widely known for being one of the most high quality, sturdy roofing materials out there. Slate tiles are made of 100% natural stone, which is not only environmentally friendly, but works to keep your home better insulated and in turn, lower your energy use.  Slate roofing is extremely durable, providing solid protection against heavy rain, snow, and wind. Slate roofs are not affected by fungus and mold, which make them practically maintenance free.

For those of you who love the look of slate roofing, but are wanting something a little more lightweight, synthetic slate is also a great option.

 

 

The Advantages of Slate Roofing are:

 

  • Can last over a century if properly maintained
  • Available in a variety of sizes, thicknesses, and colors
  • Extremely fire resistant
  • Environmentally friendly
  • Helps keep your home insulated, which lowers energy use
  • Adds value and beauty to your home
  • Low maintenance