JMS Roofing of Michigan
984 Belton St, Garden City
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Cleroux & Sons Roofing
8320 ON-3, Maidstone
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Gauthier Roofing and Siding
266 County Rd 42, Windsor
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Preferred Home Construction Inc
12004 E 9 Mile Rd, Warren
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Roof Giant Warren
14529 Masonic, Warren
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Watt's Roofing
11040 Grames Rd, Maybee
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Richards Roofing Company
5216 Breeze Hill Pl, Troy
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Incore Restoration Group, LLC
28339 Beck Road, Suite F4, Wixom
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Cedar Preservation Systems
28243 Beck Road, Suite #B-10, Wixom
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Lakeview Roofing
542 Seacliff Dr, Kingsville
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Lutz Roofing Co., Inc.
4721 22 Mile Rd, Shelby Charter Township
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Burke's Roofing
520 W Madison St, Ann Arbor
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New Roof, Inc
693 S Maple Rd, Ann Arbor
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More About Roofer Services from Wikipedia



A roofer, roof mechanic, or roofing contractor is a construction worker who specializes in roof construction. Roofers replace, repair, and install the roofs of buildings, using a variety of materials, including Roof shingle, Bituminous waterproofing, and Metal roof. Roofing work can be physically demanding because it involves heavy lifting, as well as climbing, bending, and kneeling, often in extreme weather conditions.


Throughout the world


In Australia this type of carpenter is called a ''roof carpenter'' and the term ''roofer'' refers to someone who installs the roof ''Cladding (construction)'' (Roof tiles, Corrugated galvanized iron, etc.).


In the United States and Canada, they're often referred to as roofing contractors or roofing professionals. The most common roofing material in the United States is asphalt shingles. In the past, 3-tab shingles were used; nowadays, "architectural" or "dimensional" shingles are becoming very popular.


Depending on the region, other commonly applied roofing materials installed by roofers include concrete tiles, clay tiles, natural or synthetic slate, single-ply (primarily EPDM rubber, Polyvinyl chloride, or Thermoplastic olefin), rubber shingles (made from recycled tires), glass, metal panels or shingles, wood shakes or shingles, liquid-applied, hot asphalt/rubber, foam, thatch, and solar tiles. "Living roof" systems, or rooftop landscapes, have become increasingly common in recent years in both residential and commercial applications.See List of commercially available roofing material


Types of roofers


There are four main types of roofers: shinglers, who primarily install shingles, shakes, tiles, and other nail-on products on roofs with 5:12 pitches or above; metal roofers, who focus on metal panels; single-ply or "flat" roofers, who focus on roofs such as single-ply or foam roofs; and "hot" roofers, who work using tar-based products. It is not uncommon, however, for companies to have their roofers service multiple styles and types of roofing; and certain manufactures will allow only pre-approved installers, thus making these four roofer types limiting. As per the application areas, roofing contractors can be categorized as Industrial or commercial roofers, Factory Shed roofers, Residential Roofers, Commercial roofers. Based on the types of the materials, roofing can be classified as terrace roofing, metal roofing, polycarbonate roofing, steel roofing, PVC roofing, skylight roofing. Pre-engineered companies installs roofing.


See also


Domestic roof construction
Roof cleaning


References



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