Polycarbonate Roofing

Polycarbonate Roofing

Polycarbonate roofing panels are thermoplastic panels typically used for decks, garages, sheds and patios. They’re lightweight and can withstand extremes of heat and cold, which makes them a good choice for Wisconsin. Polycarbonate has 50 times...

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Mansard Roof

Mansard Roof

A mansard roof (also known as a French roof) is a four-sided gambrel style roof with two slopes on every side, with the lower slope being much steeper than the upper slope. It’s a style that was popular in the mid-1800s in France and the United...

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Kingspan roofing

<strong>Kingspan roofing</strong>

Kingspan is an insulated metal roofing panel system made by the Kingspan Group. These panels offer easy installation, low maintenance and superior thermal performance. They’re primarily used for commercial and public buildings, but could also be...

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Jerkinhead Roof

Jerkinhead Roof

It’s an odd name, but jerkinhead roofs are actually quite common throughout Wisconsin. A jerkinhead roof (AKA half-hip or clipped gable) is a gable roof with the peaks of the gable ends having the appearance of being clipped off at the end. This...

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GRP Roofing

GRP Roofing

A GRP (Glass Reinforced Polyester) roof has a single-ply laminate applied on-site to a roofing deck and coated with a pigmented topcoat. Essentially plastic with fine fibers of glass, Glass Reinforced Polyester has been used for over 50 years in...

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Gravel Roof

Gravel Roof

Gravel roofs (also known as tar and gravel roofs) are a common sight on commercial buildings throughout southeast Wisconsin (and everywhere else!). Ever wonder why gravel is put on a roof? Two reasons: 1) to weigh down the roofing material of...

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Glass Roofing

Glass Roofing

The use of structural glass for a roofing material may not be widespread in southeast Wisconsin, but it is particularly useful for rooms in a home where the windows are far away or where adjacent properties minimize the ability of windows to...

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ETFE Roofing

ETFE Roofing

ETFE is short for Ethylene Tetra Flouro Ethylene, which is a transparent polymer supported by a cable net system or a series of inflated cushions.

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