Local Roof Replacement and Repair
Peaks Construction is a family-owned and operated roofing company. We've been residential & commercial roofers in Southeast Michigan for over 20 years! Our experienced roofers offer comprehensive roof repair and roof replacement service, and we guarantee our work. If your homes roofing system is beginning to show signs of failure, or if it has aged beyond its practical performance life, give us a call today.
We provide free inspections and estimates. If you’re in need of a new roof or a repair to a roof give us a call or fill out an estimate request on our site. We guarantee high-quality construction for each project. We care about our employees and most importantly, we care about our customers.
RESIDENTIAL ROOFING CONTRACTOR
Peaks Construction is a residential roofing contractor with over two decades of experience in the industry. No matter what roofing services you may need, we have the tools and the know-how to produce the solid results that you are expecting. If you ever have any concerns about the condition of your roofing system, contact us today and schedule a free inspection. We can help you prevent developing issues from becoming major crises and help you develop a plan of action.
After any type of major storm, it is a good idea to schedule an inspection of your roofing system. We work directly with insurance companies and adjusters to help home owners. We are proactive in the process of helping our clients submit their claims for insurance benefits to cover their roofing damages.
TYPES OF RESIDENTIAL ROOFING
As a residential roofing contractor, our technicians are experts with every type of roofing product used in the market today. Below are the types of residential roofs most commonly seen on homes:
Shingle roofs - Asphalt shingles are the most popular residential roofing material. They are cost effective because they’re both versatile and durable. It doesn’t matter what style of home you have; asphalt shingles are great due to the flexibility of its design. Another benefit to them is that they are so light-weight that they can generally be installed over top of an existing roofing system without any worry for the load bearing capacity of the structure.
Tile roofs: The major benefit of tile roofs is that they are the most durable and long wearing materials available. There are three different types of tile: natural stone, ceramic, and concrete. Tiles will not rust, curl, rot or burn, which can’t be said about other roofing materials. Their performance lives range anywhere from 30 to 100 years. If you want your residential roofing contractor to install a system that will serve your home throughout its lifetime, a tile roof may be your best option.
EPDM: EPDM – or ethylene propylene diene monomer – is a synthetic rubber used in flat roofing applications. It is one of the most popular materials among residential roofing contractors and for good reason. It can often be applied in a single, seamless sheet that virtually eliminates any chances of leaking.
RESIDENTIAL ROOFING SLOPES (LOW SLOPES AND NO SLOPES)
Sloped roofing systems are rooftops that rise to peaks and easily allow rain and snow to fall away with the force of gravity. Conventional sloping on residential structures is generally 4 inches of vertical height for every 12 feet of length (4 in 12), with some systems peaking as steeply as 6 inches of vertical height for every 12 feet of length (6 in 12). The nice thing about sloping systems is that they can be covered by a residential roofing contractor using just about any type of material that your budget and your tastes prefer.
Low-sloped systems are rooftops that rise at gradients between 2 inches for every 12 feet (2 in 12) and 4 inches for every 12 feet. Low sloping systems are generally treated with rubber, metal and TPO materials. However, if the right modifications are performed at the time of installation, they can be covered using asphalt shingles. We can successfully install a shingle roof on your low sloping system by reinforcing the material with asphalt membranes and shingle application techniques.
A no-slope system is most commonly known as a flat roof. They are usually found over porches and patios, but these systems have also been used on many post-modern and contemporary homes. No-slope systems are treated using rubber, metal or TPO roofing materials that are designed specifically to protect flat surfaces. These systems must be installed and repaired with great precision in order to achieve solid performance. As a skilled residential roofing contractor, we know exactly how to address the very specific needs of your rooftop.
Fully Licensed and Insured Roofer
We are fully licensed and insured for residential roofing services in Michigan. We are equipped and experienced to handle a minor leak, storm damage and total roof replacement. We will identify the underlying issues as well as the surface needs. Our helpful techs will help you plan your roofing project with the appropriate timeline and budget in mind.
- Asphalt shingles
- Cedar shake
- Flat roofing
- Roof repair
- Roof replacement
- Custom home builders
- State license verified - State of MI - Contractors license #L2211986
- Umbrella insurance verified - $2,000,000 of coverage, policy #X94033
- Workmans compensation verified - $500,000 of coverage, policy #X94033
- Liability insurance verified - $1,000,000 of coverage, policy #X94033
- Auto liability insurance verified - $1,000,000 of coverage, policy #X94033
Contact us for your free roofing estimate today!