At Cherry Roofing, we excel at roof replacements. With over ten years of roofing experience, our knowledgeable and highly trained staff can help you select the best roof for your needs, your home’s style and your budget. Each Cherry Roofing roof replacement comes with our standard material and workmanship warranties.
Roof Insurance Claims
Has your roof been damaged? We work with you and your insurance company to help simplify the process as much as possible. Our teams are willing to work with you through every step of the process. We provide…
- Consultation about making a claim
- Liaisons to work between the home-owner and insurance company
- Roof repair and replacement services
- Assistance in completion of the insurance payments
Shingle Roof Replacement
Wood shingle roofs offer a unique look and feel that no other material can match.
Natural Look – Wood shake roofs have a wealth of character from the natural variation in wood thickness, width and grain that can greatly add to the attractiveness of your home.
Insulation – Wood is an excellent natural insulator. Wood shingle roofs help to better insulate the attic and allows for ventilation by circulating air through the small openings under the felt rows on which shingles are laid.
Installation – Installation of wood shingles is more complicated than other materials so projects are typically more involved.
Maintenance and Repair – Wood roofs can be pre-treated to keep them looking good for years.
Metal Roof Replacement
Metal shingles are lightweight, and can mimic wood, slate, or tile. Metal Shingles offer a great residential appeal and can be made from aluminum or steel. A metal roof installation can be done with one of many product options. Some of the more popular options that Cherry Roofing is experienced with include:
Metal Tile – Metal can be manufactured to look exactly like traditional tile roofing material, however, metal tile has the advantage of not having the weight associated with ceramic or concrete tile so structural reinforcement is not necessary.
Standing Seam – Standing seam roofing consists of a continuous series of interlocking panels that can be used on any style roofing from low and steep sloped to mansard. This system can be used to effectively hide topside clutter such as HVAC equipment and ductwork. Panels are available in several different gauges and colors to fit with any design.
Asphalt/Composition Roof Replacement
Architectural asphalt materials top the list of materials preferred by designers, architects, builders and homeowners. Top reasons include:
Versatility – Asphalt shingle systems can be manufactured to resemble a wide range of roofing materials from slate to rustic wood shake. Asphalt can include soft textured and solar reflective qualities as well.
Color Choices – Asphalt shingles are available in virtually every color and hue combination from vibrant, soft shadows to bold, bright contrast.
Easy Installation – No structural reinforcement is needed to install this system. Asphalt products can be applied quickly and efficiently for new construction and replacement projects alike.
Affordability – Asphalt products are among the most cost effective materials on the market do to their high availability and wide range of products to choose from. Asphalt’s easy installation further reduces cost by cutting back on labor costs.
Warranty – Many asphalt products are protected with a limited lifetime warranty and many are guaranteed algae resistant for up to 10 years.
Durability – Some architectural asphalt installations can withstand winds of up to 130 mph. Their laminated composition and reflective coatings make them heat and UV resistant, and resilient to impact damage from hail and falling branches.
Flat Roof Replacement
Cherry Roofing installs the following flat surface roofs:
Single Ply – Single Ply roof membranes are comprised of flexible sheets of synthetic polymers that are tough, tear resistant, UV Resistant, and easily repaired. The 3 types of single ply are TPO, PVC, and EPDM, all have similarities and differences.
Built up Roofing (BUR) – Built up roofing consists of a layered surface at is applied in three-foot sections with fiber based laminates below modified bitumen.