Expert Roofing Services in Sanford, ME

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Ridgeline Exteriors has been proudly offering our expert roofing services across Maine and New Hampshire since 2011. Our knowledgeable crew installs high quality roofs for both residential and commercial customers. We can also fix and renovate roofs which have fallen into disrepair. The variety of options that we offer ensures you will be able to select the perfect roof for your home or business. For the highest quality craftsmanship and customer service, choose Ridgeline Exteriors. Call us today at (207) 432-0810!

Sloped Roofs

Sloped roofs are most commonly found on homes and residential properties. Although they are built to fulfill a number of purposes, there are also a number of cosmetic choices that can be made with sloped roofs. The degree of the slope, shingle material and shingle shape can all be changed to fit the overall style and color of the home. Ridgeline Exteriors offers several different types of roofing materials, each with their own benefits.

Asphalt Shingles
Ridgeline Exteriors proudly offers Owens-Corning brand asphalt shingles. Asphalt shingles are extremely durable and affordable. Available in both fiberglass and organic forms, all asphalt shingles are hardy and great reflectors of UV rays. Fiberglass shingles are lighter and more resistant to fire, while organic shingles are thicker, more durable and more flexible. The different types of asphalt shingle include:

Architectural shingles - are thicker and slightly more durable, appear to be bigger than tabbed shingles

Three Tab shingles – have pre-cut tabs which makes it look like three smaller shingles for aesthetic effect, are very economical

Wooden Shingles
Wooden shingles are thick and durable. They are usually made of cedar wood, but other types are available. Wooden shingles give a very unique look to your home

Metal Roofing
Metal roofing offers superior protection from inclement weather and wind. It also is a good reflector of heat, keeping your house cool in the warmer months of the year.

Flat Roofs

Flat roofs are most commonly found on commercial buildings but are sometimes used for residential purposes. Unlike sloped roofs rain does not naturally run off the sides of flat roofs. However, they are not actually completely flat. The different types of flat roofs utilize different types of draining systems. The types of flat roofs include:

Built-Up Roofs

Made of layers of fabrics covered with asphalt, built up roofs are extremely durable and waterproof. They are also heavy meaning they can only be installed on certain buildings or with special supports installed. 

EPDM Rubber and PVC Roofs

These roofs consist of rolls of plastic which offer high levels of durability, but will most likely require maintenance around the seams of the roll. 

Modified Bitumin Roofs

Modified bitumin roofs are made of rolls of tar pitch or asphalt. They are applied with heat or adhesive. Modified bitumen is arguable the most economical flat roof type, but they can be weakened by tears or scuffs.