New Roof Installations
Evans Roofing has extensive experience with new roof installations.
We have trained our team members to the highest industry standard to insure higher quality of work and customer satisfaction.
Evans Roofing works with the industry-best materials (GAF shingles, Duro-Last single-ply, Entegra Tiles,…) to offer you the most complete choice for your design.
We have extensive experience with all types of roofs:
- Flat Roofs
- Metal Roofs
- Shingle Roofs
- Tile Roofs
Additions to existing Buildings
Are you planning an additional room, a patio, a garage, or other types of home extensions? We will work closely with the contractors to match the existing roof colors and materials for a seamless finish.
We have worked on numerous types of structures: office buildings, warehouses, production facilities, and restaurants just to name a few…
See recent examples in our gallery.
Building Contractor Partnerships
We have been working in partnership with building contractors ever since the company was created.
Note that our shingle roofs come with 25-year and lifetime warranties*
Sometimes, replacing your roof may be the only or best option:
- Old roof
- Lack of maintenance
- New guarantee
- When roof cannot be restored
- Update to code
Evans Roofing is experienced with re-roofs situation and will send a roofing expert to your location for a free inspection and estimate.
What are the benefits of a roof replacement?
- New guarantee
- Code compliance
- Improved protection to natural elements
- Lower energy cost to heat or cool the building
- Improved Aesthetic
How does it work ?
We first tear up the existing roof system. We then install the new roof system, in compliance with the current building requirements. This can be done on built-up roofs, shingle roofs, tile roofs or single-ply membrane roofs.
Evans Roofing has specialized teams of roof installers ready to be scheduled for your new house project.
Let’s schedule a visit !
Give us a call at 1-800-290-9291
or fill out the contact form below
* Lifetime warranty on shingles.