Types of Roofs KayCo Works With

KayCo Roofing serves all roof types throughout Orange Park, Middleburg, Green Cove Springs, Keystone Heights, Starke, Lawtey, Lake Butler, Raiford, Gainesville, Waldo, High Springs, Newberry, Hampton, Williston, Lacrosse, Interlachen, Palatka, Jacksonville, Jacksonville Beach, Ponte Vedra, St. Augustine, St. Augustine Beach, Crescent Beach, and Palm Coast.

KayCo Roofing diligently works to replace or restore roof structures made of a variety of different materials and structures. KayCo has significant expertise working with many types of roofs and looks to make the roof installation or repair process as efficient as possible for their customers. Kayco Roofing has experience with the following structures and materials:

Roof Structures

Flat Roofs

Despite its name, flat roofs are not entirely flat; they have just enough of a slope to drain water from its surface. Flat roofs have a continuous material across its surface that is typically prepared through weatherproofing and other processes. Flat roofs are less common for residences due to their tendency to collect standing water in rainy climates, but many still choose a flat roof because of its aesthetic.

Sloped or Pitched Roofs

Sloped or pitched roofs are typically seen as a better alternative for residential roofs for their visual appearance and sleep slope’s ability to keep snow or water from gathering on the roof. There are several different types of sloped roofs, each providing a different appearance and functionality for every home!

Roofing Materials

Shingle Roofing

Asphalt Shingle

Asphalt roof shingles are cost-effective, durable, and provide protection for your home in a variety of climates. Asphalt shingles come in many different colors, which gives the homeowner control in picking a color that best matches their home’s style.

Metal Roofing

Due to its resistance to fire and wind, metal roofing typically lasts longer than traditional roofing. Metal roofing also requires little regular maintenance. There are several design options to choose from for metal roofing, and the material chosen will typically depend on the style and climate of the homeowner. Some materials used in metal roofing are steel, aluminum, copper, zinc, and stainless steel.

Cool Roofing

Cool roofing is a system that utilizes materials specifically designed to reflect sunlight, such as sheet coverings or shingles. A cool roof reflects more sunlight than the standard roof, reducing the overall amount of heat absorbed. This roofing system is especially effective in warm climates, as it lessens the need for air conditioning during the hotter seasonal months.

Tile Roofing

Clay Title

Modern clay tiles are typically created from tinted, molded concrete that come in a variety of shapes and colors. Clay tile roofing is especially beneficial for homes that are in warmer climates. In general, clay tiles are known to be resistant to extreme elements and do not decay as easily as other roofing materials.

Concrete Title

Concrete tiles serve as a weather-resistant seal over your roof, as the tiles resist rotting and extreme elements. Concrete tiles can also be made in different shapes and colors to emulate any style wanted by the homeowner.

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