Residential Roofing


Weather Tech Renovations offers a wide variety of residential roofing options. Our most common residential roofing materials include Asphalt shingles, Clay and Concrete tiles, Slate, Wood Shingles and shake and Synthetic roofing


Composition shingles are made of a fiberglass mat at their core and the exterior is an asphalt coating that is weather resistant. This exterior is embedded with crushed rock. The size and thickness of shingles depends on the manufacturer’s own construction.

Stone Coated Steel Roofing Systems:

Stone coated steel roofing systems are a sloped roof application used for both commercial and residential buildings (check manufacturer's specifications on pitch requirements). These roofing systems give the aesthetic resemblance of tile, shake, slate, or asphalt, but with the      strength and durability of steel.

Concrete Tile:

A manufactured piece of hard-wearing material such as ceramic, stone, metal, or even glass, generally used for covering roofs.

Wood Shake:

Wood shakes are usually made by hand or machine split, unlike wood shingles which are sawn. This splitting provides the wood shake characteristics of a rustic rough-hewn texture and slight irregularity.

Impact Resistant Class IV Shingles:

Incorporates a rubberized SBS polymer that creates a more durable and longer lasting shingle that can withstand extreme weather conditions StormMaster’s SBS (Styrene Butadiene Styrene) asphalt construction ensures high performance and lasting durability. This superior shingle can be used in all areas of the country, and has proven its stability in high impact and strong winds.

Metal Roofing Systems:

Residential Metal Roofing is one of the fastest growing segments of home improvement - more than quadrupling its market share over the past decade. The benefits offered by today’s metal roofs allow homeowners to upgrade their homes with products of lasting value.