Roofing Services


Slate:
Slate roofs offer a natural look and can be laid out in a variety of colors and patterns. Installed properly slate roofs require little maintenance and can last 60 to 125+ years depending on the type of slate, roof configuration and geographic location. Slate will not rot, burn or be harmed by insects. Broken, cracked or missing slates should always be repaired by an experienced slate roofer to prevent interior, roof and possible structural damage from occurring. It is a good idea to have your slate roof checked on a regular basis and after severe storms. Coffey Contracting Co., Inc., specializes in the repair, maintenance and replacement of slate roofs.
Tile:
Tile roofs come in a multitude of colors and architectural styles to choose from. The life span of a tile roof is 50+ years if installed and maintained properly. Tile is resistant to both fire and moisture. It will not rot and cannot be harmed by insects. Tile roofs help to conserve energy in both warm and cold climates, since air circulates under the loosely laid tile making homes warmer in the winter and cooler in the summer. Broken, cracked or missing tiles should always be repaired by an experienced roofer to prevent interior, roof and possible structural damage from occurring. It is a good idea to have your tile roof checked on a regular basis and after severe storms. Coffey Contracting Co., Inc., specializes in the repair, maintenance and replacement of tile roofs.
Shingle:
Shingle roofs come in a large selection of types, brands, textures and colors. They are the most popular choice among roofing materials. Shingles are low maintenance and can be easily repaired when damaged. Installation is simple and economically affordable. The lifespan of a shingle roof lasts between 25 and 50 years depending on the shingle option chosen. Shingle roofing is efficient, durable and adds value to your home. Coffey Contracting Co., Inc., has the experience needed to replace or repair your shingle roof.
Shake:
Shake roofing offers a natural look and adds character to a home. Since shakes vary in color, width, thickness and cut of wood, no two shake roofs will ever be the same. Wood is energy efficient because it helps to insulate the attic and allows the house to breathe by circulating air through the small openings under the felt rows on which the wooden shingles are laid. The average lifespan of a shake roof is 20 to 25 years and the best shakes come from the heartwood of large, old cedar trees. Installation is complicated and should be done by a qualified roofer. Coffey Contracting Co., Inc., has the skill needed to install, repair and maintain shake roofs.
Metal:
Metal roofing is growing in popularity. There are a variety of colors and styles to choose from. Metal roofs are durable, fire retardant, almost maintenance free and energy efficient. Metal reflects heat and blocks its transfer into the attic. Steel roofs offer environmental benefits as well, since they are made from 60 to 65% recyclable material. Installation can be intricate and should be done by a professional roofer. Coffey Contracting Co., Inc., is qualified to install a variety of metal roof options including steel, copper, aluminum and terne standing and flat seam roofs.
Rubber:
A commonly used roofing material for commercial structures, as well as low slope residential/commercial roofing. A single ply rubber sheet is installed over insulation board with an adhesive. The cost of E.P.D. M. (rubber) varies. It has proved resistant to hail, wind (120+ mph) and has great heat/fire ratings. Older rubber roofs requiring replacement can sometimes be coated to extend the life of the roof before total replacement. Rubber roofing has a long life cycle and can be recycled once removed. Coffey Contracting Co., Inc., has the experience to assist you with your rubber roofing needs.
Gutters:
Gutters are an important component to the roofing system. Gutters remove the rainwater/snowmelt that washes off the roof to the downspouts for proper drainage. Without gutters water would get into the siding, foundation and landscaping. Gutter cleaning should be done at least once per year to remove debris and prevent clogging. Gutter maintenance is needed yearly to check for cracks/leaks which can be sealed to insure that the gutters continue to function properly. Coffey Contracting Co., Inc., Inc. is able to install, repair and maintain a variety of gutter systems including both copper and aluminum.
 
Box Gutters:
Box gutters are commonly found on older buildings. When properly maintained box gutters can last for many years, since they are durable and easy to repair. Sheet metal (copper or terne and sometimes E.P.D.M./rubber) is used to line the box gutter trough in order to prolong the life of the gutters. This type of gutter lends a clean look to your home because they blend seamlessly with the house and do not hang on the edge of the roof or side of the house. Box gutters are designed to be built into the bottom of the roof or in the eaves of your home. Coffey Contracting Co., Inc., specializes in the repair, maintenance and replacement of box gutters.
Flashings:
Flashings are an essential part of the roof system. They prevent water from seeping in through the areas around chimneys, vents, skylights, valleys and turns which disrupt the roofline. Improperly installed flashing can cause expensive water damage to wood and other surfaces. Flashings are molded metal strips that are used to direct water away from the surfaces of your home. The most common metals used are copper, terne coated stainless steel and aluminum. Coffey Contracting Co., Inc., specializes in the installation and repair of roof flashings.
Soffit and Fascia:
Installing soffit and fascia together helps prevent mold and mildew due to moisture that enters a home’s rafters. These two roofing components increase air ventilation and protect the areas of a house that are hard to cover with paint. Soffit is the horizontal piece of aluminum, vinyl or wood that covers the underside of the roofs overhang. Fascia is the board that runs along the ends of a structure to which the gutters are attached and covers the space between the soffit and the roof. Damaged soffit and/or fascia should always be replaced. Coffey Contracting Co., Inc., is experienced in working with all types of soffit and fascia such as aluminum, vinyl and wood.
Siding:
Siding is not just decorative, but is the outer covering of a house meant to shed water and protect against the elements. It is available in several types and colors. Siding can be made of wood, metal, vinyl or composite materials and is attached directly to a building structure or to sheathing. It may be installed using horizontal boards, vertical board, shingles or sheet materials. Coffey Contracting Co., Inc., can meet all your siding needs.
Chimney Repair:
Chimneys are structures made from masonry or metal which surrounds and supports a flue or multiple flues that vent products of combustion from gas, oil or solid fuel appliances or fireplaces. The flue is the inner part of the chimney that contains and vents the products of combustion. Flues are made of clay or metal. It is important to have the entire chimney inspected on a regular basis by a chimney professional. The external structure should be checked for signs of deterioration or weakness. Signs that your chimney may need repair would be: exterior staining due to the seeping of flue gases through the chimney structure, broken or spalled bricks and deterioration of mortar joints. Coffey Contracting Co., Inc., specializes in chimney repointing, rebuilding, caps, crowns, flue replacement and waterproofing.

*Do not forget to have an internal inspection performed as well by a professional Chimney Sweep on a regular basis.
Masonry Restoration/Waterproofing:
Masonry is subject to weathering due to continuous exposure to outside elements. Acid rain, building settlement, freezing and thawing cycles, damage and dirt are all contributing factors. Coffey Contracting Co., Inc., has the experience needed to assist you with your masonry restoration projects including repointing, rebuilding, brick replacement, lintels and waterproofing.
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