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Our Services

At A&A Roofing, we offer a wide range of roofing services to meet your specific needs.

Even with regular maintenance, roofing problems can still occur. We offer repair services to address leaks, damage, and other issues that may arise. Contact us today to learn more about our services and how we can help you with all of your roofing needs.

Take a look below at some of services we provide.

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Roof Replacement

A roof replacement involves completely removing the old roof down to the deck and replacing it with a brand new one. This process typically involves stripping off the old shingles, repairing any damage to the underlying structure, and then installing a new roof from scratch. A full roof replacement is a more extensive and labor-intensive process than re-roofing, but it offers the advantage of a completely new roof with a longer lifespan.


Re-roofing is the process of adding a new layer of roofing material over an existing roof. It is also sometimes called a "layover" or "overlay" roofing. The purpose of re-roofing is to extend the life of the existing roof, improve its appearance, and add additional protection from the elements.

Re-roofing is often a less expensive alternative to a full roof replacement. It can be a good option if the existing roof is in relatively good condition but is showing signs of wear and tear or minor damage. Re-roofing is typically faster and less disruptive than a full roof replacement, as it involves leaving the existing roof in place and installing the new roofing material over it.

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Metal Roofing

Metal roofing comes in a variety of styles, including panels, tiles, shingles, and standing seam. It can be painted or coated with different finishes, allowing for a wide range of color options. Metal roofing can also be designed to resemble other materials, such as wood, slate, or tile.

One of the key benefits of metal roofing is its longevity. Metal roofs can last 50 years or more, depending on the type of metal and the quality of the installation. They are also resistant to fire, wind, hail, and other weather-related damage, making them a good choice for areas prone to severe weather.

In addition, metal roofing can help to reduce energy costs by reflecting solar heat and keeping the building cooler in the summer. Some types of metal roofing can also be installed over existing roofs, reducing the need for a complete tear-off and reducing waste

Flat Roofing

There are several different types of flat roofing materials, including built-up roofing (BUR), modified bitumen, single-ply membranes (such as EPDM, TPO, or PVC), and spray foam. The choice of materials depends on factors such as budget, building use, climate, and building codes.

Flat roofing has some advantages over sloped roofing, such as easier access and maintenance, less materials required, and increased interior space. However, flat roofing can be prone to leaks and other types of water damage, especially if not installed properly or maintained regularly.

To ensure the longevity and effectiveness of a flat roofing system, it is important to have it installed by a qualified professional and to have regular inspections and maintenance performed. A roofing professional can assess the needs of the building and recommend the best type of flat roofing system for the specific application.

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