Reliable Roof Types for Your Arizona Home or Business
Put quality concerns and poor performance in the past with our selection of durable roof types.
Are you looking for a new roof or repairs for your home or commercial property in the greater Phoenix area? Whether you need flat roof repairs, a classic roofing option for your pitched roof, or an energy-efficient roof covering for your commercial building, Paramount Kanga Roof can help.
We understand how challenging it is to choose the right roofing option for your building, which is why we take the time to provide you with professional guidance during the decision-making process. Our team approaches every relationship with respect, integrity, and total transparency, so you’re never left wondering if you made the right decision.
Are you tired of sales teams trying to force you into a roof type that’s not quite right? At Paramount Kanga Roof, we provide professional recommendations that benefit you, not our bank account.
Every roofing project looks a little different, which is why we choose a unique combination of materials for every customer. However, we always use our installation best practices, whether you need a built-up roofing restoration or a concrete tile roof for your new house. Here are the three components we use for every roofing installation project.
Your roof type needs something to sit on, whether it’s a plywood board or steel sheet. We carefully choose the decking type that can withstand the weight of your roof materials. If you opt for slate, clay tile, or concrete tile roofs, you’ll need extra reinforcement. Regardless of your roof type, we typically recommend replacing your decking every 20 years or so.
Your roofing tiles or shingles are the first line of defense against the elements, but they can’t protect your home from everything. When water gets under your roof covering, it’s crucial to have a waterproof underlayment. We install the underlayment type that works well with your roofing material of choice to provide the best protection for your home or commercial building.
There are many factors to consider when choosing your roof type. Today’s most affordable option might cost you the most in repairs over time. That’s why we give an honest assessment of every option before you choose. After helping you decide, we carefully install your roof type according to the manufacturer’s instructions and keep you updated throughout the process.
Ready to embark on a new roofing project? Let us guide you through the process. Send us a message to get started.