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Roof Replacements & New Roof Installations

Most people believe that shingles make up a roof. But shingles alone do not constitute a roof; they are just one component of a roof's system, and it takes more than just shingles to protect your home. Your roof is an integrated system of components and layers designed to withstand the forces of nature outside while controlling temperature and humidity inside. The components of a roofing system are designed to work together to help increase the performance and longevity of the roof, and to enhance the comfort and enjoyment of those who live beneath it. Simply replacing your shingles and ignoring all the other components of the roofing system runs the risk of premature wear and costly repairs, and, spoiler alert - the manufacturer warranty is completely void without a full roofing system installation!
Removing the old roof on a house in York Region
Installing new roof underlayments and valleys on a home in York Region
New roof shingles installed on a home in York Region
New roof shingles installed on a house in York Region
Residents of York Region have no shortage of roofing contractors to seek estimates from when it comes time for a new roof. But it's becoming increasingly important to perform apples-to-apples comparisons between the quotes you receive and ask questions of the roofing companies to better understand exactly what you're getting for your money. Whether you plan on being in the home for 2 years or 20 years, it's human nature to gravitate towards the best deal. But when it comes to your roof, the best deal is not always the best option. Take your time to review your quotes, ask questions, do your due diligence, and proceed with the company your feel most comfortable with. If a quote looks to good to be true, it probably is. 
Rovis Roofing installs full roofing systems adhering to manufacturer specifications. A full roofing system installation ensures the warranties remain valid for their terms, and you receive the best possible protection for your home and your family. 

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Roofing Systems

Rovis Roofing offers our clients the choice of two different roofing systems - the BP Weather-Tite® system or the Owens Corning Total Protection® system. Regardless of the system you choose, every new roof installation includes the complete removal of old roofing materials, a roof deck inspection, a complementary attic inspection*, the installation of new ice & water shield and synthetic underlayments, starter shingles, main shingles installed per manufacturer specs, new metal valleys, new roof vents and exhaust vents, new step flashings, and fresh caulking on all wall flashings.

*Attic inspections are included with a roof replacement project when opposing roof vents are present, deficiencies that constitute concern with the attic are visible,
or if requested by the homeowner. 

BP Weather-Tite Roofing System installed on a home in York Region

BP Weather-Tite® Roofing System

The BP Weather-Tite® roofing system is made in Canada and technologically engineered to provide maximum protection for our climate. The system consists of BP-approved eaves protection, underlayment, starter shingles, and shingle components, all installed per manufacturer specs. Mystique shingles are the preferred choice for the Weather-Tite® system. These fiberglass laminated architectural shingles come in a variety of colours and shades and offer advanced protection while greatly enhancing your home's curb appeal.
For more info on the BP Weather-Tite® roofing system,  download the product details here.
Owens Corning roofing system installed on a home in York Region

Owens Corning Total Protection® Roofing System

The Owens Corning Total Protection® roofing system is a premium roofing system made in the USA. It is widely considered to be the best shingle roofing system on the market today. The system comprises of OC-approved eaves protection, underlayments, starter shingles, and shingle components, installed per manufacturer specs. TruDefinition® Duration shingles are the preferred choice for this roofing system. These fiberglass laminated architectural shingles are thicker and heavier than other brands, thereby providing superior protection and durability. They also have deeper colour tones and shadows that create a dramatic effect to magnify curb appeal.
For more info on the Owens Corning Total Protection® roofing system, download the product details here.

Financing Your New Roof

Rovis Roofing is pleased to offer our clients financing for their new roof replacement! We've partnered with iFinance Canada Home Improvement, a financial lending firm focused on assisting Canadian consumers with their home improvement projects. iFinance Home Improvement is regarded for their high approval rates, competitive interest rates, low monthly payments, and no prepayment penalties. Clients can finance all or a portion of their new roof, and with Rovis Roofing as a Preferred Partner we can help you get started. 
iFinance Canada Home Improvement - Rovis Roofing

How to Choose the Right Roof for Your Home

Replacing your roof is a big expense, so you want to be certain you're doing it right the first time to ensure decades of protection and peace of mind for you and your family. New roof quotes can vary significantly in price, level of detail, quality, and clarity, and there are numerous reasons for this. The key is to understand what you're actually getting for your money, regardless of the quote you elect to proceed with. This is why it's so important to do a proper comparison between all your quotes - not just comparing the bottom line prices, but the type of materials being installed, what's included and what isn't, and whether or not existing roofing materials will be reused. 
The following chat compares the most common scenarios offered by roofing contractors across York Region. You can download the chart here or click on the image below to enlarge it.
Roof comparison chart for homeowners in York Region

Dealing with an aging roof? Are your shingles starting to lift and curl?
It may be time for a new roof.