Residential Roofing Contractor
Hannah Construction provides a wide variety of roofing types to meet your needs and to work within any budget.
Here is a brief overview of common roofing materials, but we also specialize in custom projects.
Slate is known for being one of the most naturally beautiful and most durable types of roof shingles. Made completely from natural stone, slate is capable of being manufactured into thin tiles of uniform thickness.
Slate has many benefits, from roof longevity, durability and appearance, to energy conservation.
Slate roofing tiles come with a 100 year warranty, something other roofing materials can’t compete with. Known as the world’s longest lasting and most trouble-free roof, slate outperforms and sets the standard for all other roofing materials.
Clay (Tile) Roof
Clay roofing tiles have been around for centuries and are known to be one of the oldest and most coveted form of roofing material still used today.
Though clay can be fragile, it can last 100+ years with proper care.
Metal roofs come in a wide variety of colors and styles including: standing seam, aluminum, and stone coated steel.
Stone coated steel materials are class 4 impact resistant (which can help homeowners save anywhere between 25% to 45% on their homeowners insurance), and come with a 50 year transferable warranty.
Copper roofing material offers the durability and character that no other metal roofing material can compete with.
Copper is known to be extremely resistant to the outdoor elements, long-lasting, and complimentary to any style of building.
Cedar Wood Shake Roof
Cedar wood shake roofing material is known to be as durable as it is beautiful.
Cedar is pressure treated and capable of withstanding high winds and hail, making it popular for any climate.
With a 75 year limited warranty and high insulation value, cedar roofing is a great choice for roof.
Composition (Asphalt) Shingle Roof
Composition asphalt shingles are known for being affordable, durable, and come in a wide variety of colors and designs.
These shingles are made up of asphalt and recycled fibers bonded together with warranties ranging from 20 years to lifetime.