We Can Handle the Roof, You Choose the Material

Our experts are here to guide you through the advantages of each material, ensuring you make the best choice for your home’s style and needs. Once you decide, leave the rest to us. We handle all aspects of installation with precision and care, focusing on delivering a roof that’s as durable as it is visually appealing.

Asphalt Shingles

The most popular roofing material, known for its cost-effectiveness, ease of installation, and variety of colors and styles.

Metal Roofing

Offers durability, longevity, and energy efficiency. Metal roofs can be made from steel, aluminum, copper, or zinc.

Slate Roofing

Offers a natural look and can last over a century. It's expensive but valued for its beauty and longevity.

Synthetic Roofing

Includes rubber, plastic, and polymer roofing, designed to mimic other materials like wood and slate. They are lightweight, durable, and often more affordable.

Wood Shingles and Shakes

Includes rubber, plastic, and polymer roofing, designed to mimic other materials like wood and slate. They are lightweight, durable, and often more affordable.

Clay and Concrete Tiles

Known for their durability and resistance to decay, fire, and insects. They're heavier than other roofing materials and often used in Mediterranean, Spanish, or Southwestern style homes.

Why Your Home’s
Roof Matters

Your home's roof is more than just a protective shield against the elements; it's a vital component of your house's overall integrity and value.

Energy Efficiency and Cost Savings

A well-maintained or newly installed roof can drastically improve a home's energy efficiency by keeping it cooler in the summer and warmer in the winter. This is achieved through proper insulation and ventilation which a good roofing system can provide.

Protection Against Weather Damage

The roof is the first line of defense against weather conditions such as rain, snow, hail, and extreme heat. A compromised roof can lead to significant water damage, mold growth, and structural issues within the home.

Aesthetic Appeal and Property Value

A roof can make up a significant portion of a home's external appearance. A new or well-maintained roof can enhance the aesthetic appeal of a home, contributing to curb appeal and potentially increasing the property value.

Safety and Health

A damaged or aging roof can present safety hazards, such as the risk of collapse or falling debris. Moreover, leaks can lead to damp and moldy conditions inside the home, which pose serious health risks to occupants.


Every roofing project with Anchor Roofing is assigned a dedicated Project Manager to guide you through every step. They're your go-to expert for any questions and updates, ensuring personalized attention and a roof that's completed to your satisfaction.


Anchor Roofing has been securing homes in our community for years. We’re not just contractors; we're your neighbors, fully invested in keeping our local homes safe and sound. Trust us to treat your roof with the care it deserves.


At Anchor Roofing, you're at the heart of everything we do. From the initial assessment to the final shingle, your needs, preferences, and comfort guide our work. Experience our customer-first approach that builds more than roofs – we build lasting relationships.

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Frequently Asked Questions About Roofing

What are the signs that my roof needs repair or replacement?

Common signs include aged or missing shingles, frequent leaks, sagging, and daylight visible through the roof boards. If you notice any of these issues, it's best to consult with a professional roofer for an assessment.

How long does a typical residential roof last?

The lifespan of a residential roof can vary widely depending on the materials used and the climate. On average, asphalt shingle roofs can last 20-30 years, while metal, tile, and slate roofs may last 50 years or more with proper maintenance.

How can I tell if my roof has adequate ventilation?

Adequate roof ventilation often prevents extreme temperatures in the attic, reduces condensation, and extends the life of your roofing materials. Signs of poor ventilation include high energy bills, ice dams in winter, and excessive heat in the attic space.

What roofing materials are best for energy efficiency?

Materials such as metal roofing, light-colored tiles, and "cool roof" asphalt shingles are designed to reflect more sunlight and absorb less heat. These materials can improve energy efficiency by keeping your home cooler in the summer months.

Is it possible to repair my roof instead of replacing it?

Yes, if the damage is localized or minimal, a repair may suffice. However, if the roof is old or severely damaged, or if repairs are frequent, replacement might be the more cost-effective and safer option in the long run.

Still have questions?

If your query isn't answered here, please don't hesitate to reach out. Our team is ready to provide all the information you need. Contact us!