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Asphalt Shingles

  1. The most common roofing material in North America.
  2. Affordable and easy to install.
  3. Available in various colors and styles.

Metal Roofing

  1. Includes materials like steel, aluminum, and copper.
  2. Known for durability, energy efficiency, and low maintenance.
  3. Suitable for various climates and can mimic other roofing styles.

Tile Roofing

  1. Made from clay, concrete, or slate.
  2. Provides a distinctive look and excellent durability.
  3. Heavy and may require additional structural support.

Wood Shingles and Shakes

  1. Made from cedar, redwood, or other types of wood.
  2. Offers a natural and rustic appearance.
  3. Requires maintenance to prevent decay and insect damage.

Slate Roofing

  1. Natural stone material known for its longevity and classic look.
  2. Expensive and heavy, requiring a strong roof structure.

Roof Installation Steps

1. Removing the Old Roof:

  • Carefully remove the old roofing materials.
  • Dispose of the old materials properly.
  •  Inspect the underlying structure for any damage or rot.

2. Inspecting and Preparing the Roof Deck

  • Ensure the roof deck is clean, dry, and in good condition.
  • Repair any damaged sections of the deck.
  • Install new plywood or oriented strand board (OSB) if necessary.

 3. Installing the Underlayment

  • Roll out the underlayment (felt paper or synthetic underlayment) over the roof deck.
  • Secure it with nails or staples, ensuring there are no wrinkles.
  • Overlap each row by about 2 inches and cover the entire roof deck.

4. Installing Drip Edge

  • Install the drip edge along the eaves to prevent water from seeping into the roof deck.
  • Secure the drip edge with roofing nails spaced about 12 inches apart.
  • Install the drip edge along the rakes (sides of the roof) after the underlayment is installed.

 5. Flashing Installation

  • Install flashing around roof features such as chimneys, vents, and skylights.
  • Use step flashing at intersections between the roof and vertical surfaces (e.g., walls).
  • Ensure flashing is properly sealed to prevent water infiltration.

6. Installing the Roofing Material:

Tile Roofing

  • Lay a batten system to secure tiles.
  • Start from the bottom edge, laying tiles and securing them with clips or nails.
  • Continue laying tiles in a staggered pattern, ensuring proper overlap.

Metal Roofing

  • Lay metal panels from the bottom edge, overlapping the edges.
  • Secure panels with screws, ensuring they are tightly sealed.
  • Install ridge caps at the roof peak.

Asphalt Shingles

  • Start from the bottom edge of the roof, laying a starter strip of shingles.
  • Lay the first row of shingles, ensuring they overhang the drip edge slightly.
  • Nail each shingle according to manufacturer specifications.
  • Continue laying shingles in a staggered pattern, working up the roof.

7. Ridge Vent and Cap Installation

  • Install ridge vents along the roof peak for ventilation.
  • Cover the ridge vents with ridge caps or shingles, securing them with nails.

8. Final Inspection and Cleanup

  • Inspect the entire roof for any missed areas or loose materials.
  • Ensure all flashings, vents, and seams are properly sealed.
  • Clean up any debris and remove leftover materials.



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Standing Seam Metal Roof

Standing seam metal roofs are known for their durability and sleek appearance. They feature vertical panels with concealed fasteners, providing a clean and modern look. The cost of a standing seam metal roof typically ranges from $8 to $14 per square foot, making it a premium option.

Metal Shingle Roof

Metal Shingle roof are considered to be one of the most durable roofing materials in today’s market. Metal shingles mimic the look of traditional asphalt shingles but offer the benefits of metal, such as longevity and low maintenance. The cost of metal shingle roofs averages around $7 to $10 per square foot.

Stone-Coated Metal Roof

Stone-coated metal roofs combine the strength of metal with the aesthetic appeal of stone. They are available in various styles, including shingles, shakes, and tiles. The cost of stone-coated metal roofs ranges from $8 to $12 per square foot.

Metal Spanish Tile Roof

Metal Spanish tiles offer a distinctive and elegant appearance, replicating the look of traditional clay tiles. The cost for metal Spanish tiles ranges from $9 to $12 per square foot.

Aluminum Roof

Aluminum roofs are lightweight, corrosion-resistant, and energy-efficient. They are an excellent choice for coastal areas. The cost of aluminum roofs typically ranges from $7 to $12 per square foot.

Copper Roof

Copper roofs are known for their longevity and unique appearance, developing a beautiful patina over time. They are among the most expensive options, with costs ranging from $15 to $25 per square foot.


As someone who once headed the City of Miami Parks and Recreation Department, a large local government agency with over 500 employees, I think I am in a unique position to evaluate employees. As a result of the truly awesome manner in which Mr. Muzzarelli treated me and the great job your company is doing in completing the roof replacement job in my mom’s building, you can be sure that I will recommend Best Roofing to family and friends for all their future roofing needs.

– Albert Ruder

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