Roofing in Apple Creek, Wooster, Orrville, Kidron & Dalton, Ohio
A new roof is a big decision, and we want to make that decision as smooth as possible. We’ll provide you with options and give you fair pricing, and we'll give you high-quality products. We’ll get the job done as efficiently as possible, but we’ll also do it neatly without ruining landscaping. As local roofing contractors from Kidron, Ohio, we always strive to be reasonable, honest, and hard-working.
We offer both shingle roofing and metal roofing to our customers. Shingles are one of the most widely used roofing materials in the United States because they’re simple to install and they deliver consistent quality. Metal is a great option since it's durable, offers great wind resistance, and can save a lot of energy.
If you'd like to look more into the pros and the cons of shingle roofs and metal roofs, we have them explained in detail below.
We don't offer any cheap roofing system that won't last, but we also won't sell any overpriced roof material. The shingles and metal we recommend have consistent quality for a fair price.
ProCon Exteriors is proud to be a part of the New Roof, No Mess program. So when our local roofers go to work, we’ll make sure that none of your landscaping is affected. Our roofers will work hard and will also make sure that your home is kept clean. The main way we do this is by using the Equipter to navigate around the roof, providing an efficient and clean work method for our roofers.
Give us a call at 330-778-0776 or drop us an email for a free estimate!
Roofing Product Information
We’re proud to offer CertainTeed roofing products to our customers. CertainTeed is the largest shingle manufacturer and they’re the producer of the heaviest dimensional shingle on the market. They’re also located right here in Ohio.
The most common roofing materials in the U.S. are asphalt shingles. We believe there are numerous reasons to consider asphalt shingles, including
- Incredible durability with extended warranties
- Low maintenance
- Fire and wind resistance
- Enhanced curb appeal
There are two main styles of asphalt fiberglass shingles. Dimensional shingles are often the best buy, offering a lower laminated layer that gives the shingle the “dimensional” appearance, and featuring a 50-year warranty in most cases. There are typically at least two styles within this category, ranging from standard to higher-end designer or decorative styles. Three-tab shingles are a lower-cost style. They are named accordingly because of the cut-outs that give the appearance of three-tabs. These shingles often feature a 25-year warranty.
Fiberglass shingles feature a woven fiberglass base, an asphalt coating (for waterproofing), and ceramic granules embedded in the asphalt to protect against UV rays. Organic shingles were popular at one time: however, they are largely out of production because of significant performance problems. If you have organic shingles on your roof that need replaced, let us know so that we may help assist you with your options.
Metal roofing has experienced a resurgence in popularity throughout the US, due in part to aesthetics and long-term cost savings. These materials can include steel, aluminum, copper, and various metal blends. There are three basic categories of metal roofing.
A corrugated metal roof (or “sheet metal roof”) is the more economical metal roof and also available in many colors and profiles, including terms such as “crimped” and “wavy.” While it is least expensive of the metal options, it is also less durable and more often prone to noise complaints. The standard 29-gauge corrugated roofing may offer up to a 40-year rust-free warranty.
A standing seam metal roof is characterized by metal panels running from the ridge to the eave of the roof. With this style of metal roofing, there are no exposed fasteners. As it is the most popular style, the term is often used synonymously (though incorrectly) with “metal roof.” Standing seam roofing is available in multiple colors and profiles for both commercial and residential structures. The standard 24 to 26 ga. roofing offers one of the strongest warranties (in its class) on the market.
A tile designed metal roof is often featured in ceramic tile, shake, shingle, or slate patterns to replicate the authentic counterparts. However, these designs offer the benefits of other metal roofing categories.
Why choose a metal roof?
As mentioned, metal roofs are increasingly popular for a variety of reasons. A few include:
- Up to 35% and 40% savings, respectively, on insurance and energy costs (per the Metal Roofing Alliance)
- Longevity and durability, as it stands up to shrinkage, cracking, high winds, heavy snow loads, splitting, burning and rotting
- Availability of multiple styles, designs, and profiles to match nearly every structure’s design and aesthetics