Residential Roofing
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Residential Roofing

BMG Roofing is takes pride in bringing  your home back to it’s original beauty. Making customer service the focus, BMG is the solution to all of your residential roofing needs by offering a full range of services.

Roofing Types

Flat / Tapered Roofing

A flat rooftop doesn’t have to be reserved strictly for modernist homes. It can be a practical and aesthetic boost to any home, especially when properly installed. Currently, the newest flat roofing technology is a synthetic rubber called ethylene propylene diene terpolymer or EPDM.

Metal Roofing

Whether you’re putting a roof on a new home, or your existing roof requires a total makeover, there are many materials available. But no matter what roof style you have, metal roofs can be an attractive option because of their longevity, minimal maintenance and energy efficiency. Material choices include steel (galvanized, galvalume or weathering), aluminum, copper, zinc and tin. Product types are vertical seam, pre-formed panels and granular coated panels.

Shingle Roofing

Shingle roofing is incredibly popular for a reason. Approximately 80% of all homes in the United States have shingle roofs. The reasons for this vary widely, from the materials’ relatively low costs to its attractive look on most residential buildings.

Tile Roofing

Many homes in Florida have tile roofing. Along with shingle roofs and metal roofs, tile roofs are among the most common types of roofing installed in Florida. However, before you make any decisions regarding your roof, you should consider the pros and cons of a tile roof as well as whether or not you’ll be allowed to have one installed on your home.

Contact us now for a free estimate on your home or business.