As a Winnipeg Roofing Contractor, M&M Roofing & Exteriors can provide you with all your roofing needs.
Winnipeg Roofing Contractor
As a premium Winnipeg Roofing Contractor, M&M Roofing & Exteriors can provide you with all your roofing needs. Whatever your Winnipeg roofing needs are M&M Roofing & Exteriors can help solve your concerns, whether its re-roofing your existing Winnipeg roof, applying shingles to a new roof, roof repair, chimney repair, roof inspections, applying new vents, applying new wood to your roof decking or even to the extent of replacing entire rafters and building you a complete new roof, we are there to help you through.
The shingles we provide come in a variety of styles, warranties and colors. Our shingle warranties range from 25 yr shingle to a Lifetime Shingle. We typically install shingles manufactured by Certainteed as we feel they truly are the best shingle in the industry and would without a doubt install these on our own homes before any other manufacturers shingles. Due to our strong commitment to this shingle we have also been recognized by Certainteed as one of their preferred installers. We can offer an upgraded Non Prorated Warranty backed by the manufacture that range from 20 yrs to 50 yrs. Yes that is non-prorated, meaning that you will never have to worry about your Winnipeg roof renovations for 20 to 50 years because if the shingle show any signs of defection the manufacture will cover the cost of replacing them. Obtaining ShingleMaster credential from CertainTeed has demonstrated that M&M Roofing & Exteriors Winnipeg Roofing Contractor is committed to professionalism and quality workmanship that few other roofing companies demonstrate. Our company has key employees who participate in CertainTeed’s educational programs.
Types of Shingles
The classic three tab shingle has been around for a long time. A 3-Tab shingle is usually the most economical choice for homeowners or property managers to roof a home. A great deal of homeowners in today’s market are replacing their aging three tab shingles now. It’s easy to tell three tab shingles by their FLAT look.
Laminated or also known as Architectual shingle
Fiberglass is slowly replacing felt reinforcement in Canada and has replaced mostly all in the United States. A newer design of fiberglass asphalt shingle, called laminated or architectural, uses two distinct layers which are bonded together with asphalt sealant. Laminated shingles are heavier, more expensive, and more durable than traditional 3-tab shingle designs. Laminated shingles also give a more varied, contoured visual effect to a roof surface.
Premium Shingles are usually described as laminated shingles that have a differentiated appearance or functionality from traditional Dimensional Roofing Shingles. These products may have designs that mimic “old-world” roofing shingles, like natural slate or natural shake roofing shingles.Premium shingles are a heavier laminate; they are thicker, and larger than regular dimensional shingles. Usually different components or accessories are incorporated into the installation of premium shingle roof systems. Hence these systems typically last longer than standard shingles
The material used in metal roofing is versatile and durable. It can be used on residential, commercial, industrial or agricultural buildings. We provide seamless lengths to suit your buildings dimensions. The metal we use come in 22 to 24 gauge galvanized or galvalume and in a variety of colours. These sheets can be supplied in either 12”, 16”, 18” or 24” wide panels. In some cases the same material used for metal roofs can be used for siding. However when comes to installing a metal roof to your home we would use the standing seam style. It is our preferred choice rather than your typical screw down system that most other roofing contractors use. There is a myth that metal roofs are louder than other types of roofs during a rainstorm. As long as the roof is properly installed with correct underlayments, it won’t be any louder than an asphalt roof.
A shake is a basic wooden shingle that is made from split logs. Shakes have traditionally been used for roofing and siding applications around the world. Higher grade shakes are typically used for roofing purposes, while the lower grades are used for siding purposes. In either situation, properly installed shakes provide long lasting weather protection and a rustic aesthetic, though they require more maintenance than some other more modern weatherproofing systems.The term shake is sometimes used as a colloquialism for all wood shingles, though shingles are sawn rather than split.