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We’re a family-owned, local company that is dedicated to treating each and every one of our customers as a member of our family. First and foremost, we believe in prioritizing honesty and integrity. We will always be upfront and transparent with you so that you know exactly what to expect.
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When you’re dealing with a roofing issue, it can often feel like you’re in over your head – especially if you’re not too familiar with the home services industry. But don’t worry, that’s exactly why we’re here. We will guide you through every step of the process, from the initial insurance claim filing to the final touches of your top-notch repair work. Whether you’re receiving a full roof replacement or simply patching to cover up a small puncture, we are always available to chat about your questions, concerns, and needs.
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All Kinds of Roofs, All Kinds of Services
At Canopy Roofing, we have years of industry experience under our belts. That means we’re able to take on projects with many different kinds of roofs. Explore our roofing options and see for yourself the variety that we can provide.
Asphalt shingles are the most common type of roofing material used today. At Canopy Roofing, we’re partnered with the best vendors in the business to provide you with a wide range of asphalt shingle options and the highest-quality materials.
For homeowners in areas that experience severe weather (hail, snow, extreme heat, hurricanes, tornadoes, and more), metal roofs can be a practical and cost-effective choice. They are typically available in aluminum, although steel and copper may also be used.
Rubber shingles are a common alternative to the popular asphalt shingle option for pitched roofs. These are often made up of recycled materials, meaning that they’re more sustainable. Plus, they are great for insulation and sun reflection, so your energy bills may go down.
Depending on the pitch of your roof, a flat roof may be an option for you. While they are called “flat,” sometimes flat roof materials can be used on low-slope roofs too. Flat roofs are used in both commercial and residential applications.