Chester County and Lancaster County Roofing Systems
Making a decision about a new Lancaster County Roofing Systems for your home can be difficult. After all, it is a major investment, and it can have a huge effect on your property in a number of different ways.
From the initial purchase to the completion of installation and throughout the coming years, our Chester County Roofing Contractor will ensure that your home’s roofing is kept in the best condition possible. No matter what type of roof you currently have, we can make sure that you receive the best roofing material for your home’s architecture, design, and appearance.
Asphalt Shingle Roofing
Asphalt shingles are the most popular roofing material in the US, in part because they cost the least amount of money upfront. However, they also require more maintenance and repair than more expensive forms of roofing, although those services will also be less expensive. Asphalt shingles are aesthetically versatile and they can be a great addition to homes with all sorts of architectural designs.
Cedar shingles have a beautiful appearance, and they can also withstand extremely harsh weather. Because they are made of the extremely durable cedar wood, these roofing shingles have a strong resistance factor and will last for years. Your new cedar roofing can be installed in a wide variety of different sizes, types, and designs.
Standing Seam Roofing
Diversified Exteriors, Inc. specializes in installing Custom Double Lock Standing Seam roofing (also known as Old Fashioned Original Standing Seam Roofing). Steeling and aluminum standing seam roofing is available in a wide array of different colors and designs, so you’ll be able to select roofing that’s perfect for your Lancaster or Chester County home. We can also install any brand of standing seam roofing to match your existing roof.
Slate roofing is a durable roofing option that can last for up to a century or more. Since it’s so durable, it makes the need for roofing replacements virtually obsolete! Our Slate Lancaster County Roofing Systems are extremely durable and resistant and can withstand winds up to 130mph. Slate roofing is also very low maintenance and environmentally friendly.
Low Slope Roofing
Roofs with a low slope can have a number of problems because they have a difficult time shedding water. The paths of water leaks can also be hard to trace, making repairs for low slope roofing difficult. If your low slope roof needs maintenance, repairs, or a replacement, call the professionals at Diversified Exteriors, Inc. and we’ll be ready and eager to tackle the job.