Types of Roofs

EPDM Roofing

In use since the 1960’s, EPDM roofing has become increasingly popular as modern roofing technology has evolved, and is recognized today in the industry as a practical option that offers long term advantages including its superior resistance to harsh UV rays and its long lasting performance. Learn More

Flat Roofs

Consult a reliable flat roof specialist at M&M Roofing to help you decide upon the most suitable flat roofing material for your home or business. Learn More

Green Roofs

An increasingly popular and environmentally sustainable roofing option for both residential and commercial buildings, a professionally installed green roof system provides energy savings and promotes better air quality with oxygen-producing rooftop vegetation that also decreases carbon dioxide. Learn More

Modified Bitumen Roofing

A hybrid roofing system that is derived from built up roofing techniques combined with advanced roofing technology, modified bitumen roofing material is made up of high quality polymers reinforced with one or more layers of heavy duty polyester or glass fibers that offers superior strength and long lasting performance. Learn More

Shingle Roofs

If you require shingle roof installation and repair consult with the licensed and experienced roofing specialists at M&M Roofing for the best quality asphalt roof shingles and a range of cost effective and practical roofing solutions. Learn More

Tile Roofing

As a reputable local roofing company, M&M Roofing offers tile roof systems that are completely customized for either commercial or residential properties. Learn More

Slate Roofing

Do you require an experienced slate roofing specialist for slate roof repairs or a new slate roof installation? M&M Roofing roofers provide proven skill and expertise for the replacement of slate roof tiles or slate shingles in addition to certified slate roof restoration. Learn More

Commercial Roofing

If you own and operate a commercial building, you can’t let just anyone provide your roof with essential services. Unlicensed contractors can end up doing damage to your commercial roof. After all, if they haven’t bothered to get the necessary certifications, how can you be sure they know what they are doing?

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