We are experts at installing the roof you need, whether it be metal, composite, cedar shake, or a flat roof. Read on for more information on each roof type and our roofing services in Maryland.
Composition – Composite shingles are made of asphalt and laminated fiberglass. They give the look of real wood shakes while providing better protection and ventilation for a longer life. For the best of both worlds, composition roofs are the way to go.
“ShingleMaster™ (SM) – Contractors who are focused on superior workmanship and customer satisfaction earn the SM credential by employing a Master Shingle Applicator qualified workforce or participating in an SM Credential Course. An SM can offer you SureStartPLUS extended warranty coverage when an Integrity Roof System is installed on your home.”
Flat Roofs – Flat roof repair and re-roofing is a different process from any other type of roof. As the rain doesn’t run down the side of a flat roof, these must have a much better seal covering the entire roof. Laying down a layer of hot tar is a superb way to create the seal needed to keep you dry during the rainy season.
Noonan Construction specializes in EPDM or more commonly know Rubber Roofing systems, and Torch-Down a method of application where the material that makes contact with the sheathing underneath is melted with a torch which seals the material. This provides a secure hold and creates a waterproof seal which can last anywhere from 15-20 year depending upon how many layers are applied. We also specialize in applying the silicon roofing product GACO . All of these materials offer a weather-resistant, waterproof seals.
Green Roofing – Green roofs (also known as eco-roofs or living roofs) help reduce the negative side effects of conventional roofing, while adding green space to your property. They consist of various roofing layers topped with a soil-like growing medium and plants chosen for their ability to withstand a roof’s extreme conditions. Residential-scale versions usually have a much thinner layer of growing medium than their commercial cousins, with low-growing plants from the succulent family and other rock-garden-friendly varieties.
Green roofs offer a range of benefits for both your home and the environment, including:
- acting as an additional insulating layer to reduce unwanted summer heat gain and winter heat loss
- capturing, filtering and slowing roof runoff
- extending the life of the roof itself by protecting the waterproof membrane at its foundation from sunlight or puncture damage
Venting and Gutters – Venting and gutter installation are other services that we offer which can add real value to your home. New vents allow fresh air into your house while keeping rain and snow out. Good ventilation can also help to prohibit mold from growing in your home.
Skylights to Brighten your Home – Providing 30% more natural light than vertical windows, skylights are a spectacular way to open up a room. They can also provide ventilation, and come in a wide variety of sizes to fit into most any ceiling.
We use high quality Velux skylights.