With over 100 years of combined roofing and construction experience in Oklahoma, Statewide Roofing is your best choice for a residential roofing company. We offer a variety of products chosen from a select group of premium roofing manufacturers. Statewide Roofing recognizes that your home is one of the most important investments you will ever make. A properly installed roof is key to adequately protecting that investment, along with your family. A new roof can also add value to your property. Statewide Roofing is committed to superior workmanship through continued education, on-site supervision, along with training of our job foreman and crews.
Call Statewide Roofing today and schedule your free roofing consultation. We will send one of our trained roofing experts at a time that suits you to discuss your roofing product options.
Architectural / Dimensional Shingles
Standard asphalt and fiberglass shingles are the most common roofing materials used on residential homes. Architectural roof shingles also known as High Definition Shingles are thicker asphalt shingles designed to look like slate, cedar, clay tile and other natural materials. Using architectural roof shingles is less expensive than using natural roofing materials, but more expensive than regular asphalt/fiberglass shingles.
Architectural roof shingles are known as laminated or dimensional shingles. They provide more dramatic shadow lines and mimic the look of natural roofing materials. New housing designs often feature dramatic rooflines, turrets and gables and architectural roof shingles can complements the look.
Most architectural roof shingles are made of layers of heavy fiberglass or asphalt as the base/core layers. They are normally made of 2 to 3 layers of these laminated materials. Then mineral granules are used on top for texture and visual interest.
Architectural roof shingles come in a variety of styles. New synthetic slate shingles are made with composite material molded to mimic slate’s texture, dimensions and look. Synthetic wood shakes also mimic the look and dimensions of cedar wood. Architectural roof shingles also come in a wide range of colors, making them very versatile.
Class 4 Impact Resistant Shingles
Statewide Roofing installs and recommends Class 4 Impact Resistant Shingles. Most of our suppliers offer the relatively new class 4 impact resistant shingles. An impact resistant shingle can withstand impacts from flying objects to a much greater extent than a common asphalt shingle. The impact resistant rating system ranks shingles’ resistance to impact into 4 levels – 1 through 4, with Class 4 as the highest rating level to impact resistance. If you install products that are UL 2218 Class 4 impact tested, and may qualify for insurance discounts. These can be up to 30% on your premium. Please check with our insurance company for details. Ask us today about upgrading your roof to Class 4 Impact Resistant Shingles.
Asphalt Composition Shingles
Asphalt shingles are generally made of a spun fiberglass mat but can be made of an organic or polyester type mat. Most are saturated with asphalt but can be saturated with modified bitumen. All are coated with ceramic granules. 3-Tab shingles offer affordable, basic protection for your home. They come in a limited range of colors, offering a traditional and classic look for your home. 3-Tab shingles come with a 25 year Limited Manufacturer’s Warranty A 3-tab shingle roof is a good choice if you need a roof on a budget. While it’s more advisable to invest in a better quality roof that will last longer, it’s a good way to save money if you are in a budget crunch. If you plan to sell the house in the future, bear in mind that 3-tab shingles do not raise your property values or add curb appeal.
Statewide Roofing installs quality ceramic tiles in Oklahoma. Interlocking ceramic tiles create a stunningly beautiful roof that can last for more than 100 years. But this type of roofing requires a beefy support structure. “Lightweight” tiles can weigh six pounds per square foot, while heftier types weigh in at up to 18 pounds per square foot. For an easier load, try metal roofing that mimics tile, which may weigh as little as one pound per square foot.
Roof tiles are designed mainly to keep out rain, and are traditionally made from locally available materials such as clay or slate. Modern materials such as concrete and plastic are also used and some clay tiles have a waterproof glaze. A large number of shapes (or “profiles”) of roof tiles have evolved.
Stone Coated Metal Tiles
When people think of stone covered steel roofing, many often think of DECRA. Statewide Roofing is proud to install this unique roofing product in Oklahoma. With a proven commitment to quality and performance, DECRA Roofing Systems has over fifty years of experience, manufacturing, and marketing stone coated steel roofing systems.
DECRA, the original stone coated steel roofing system, represents a perfect blend of over 50 years of research and practical experience. DECRA Roofing Systems are all about offering the ultimate in performance and engineering design.
“Elegant” and “long-lasting” are equally important characteristics when choosing a roof to protect your most prized investment—your home. In fact, a DECRA roof may be the last roof you ever need. The strength and durability of a stone-coated steel roof is combined with the versatile good looks of a tile, shake, or shingle exterior to give you the widest possible selection. A DECRA Roofing System is durable and will offer richness and beauty to enhance your home’s appearance.
A natural slate roof is the hallmark of an extraordinary home. A natural slate roof is stone, pulled from the earth and worked down into shingles, and is incredibly durable, waterproof, and fireproof. However, natural slate can be brittle and easily damaged by hail, flying debris or even foot traffic on the roof. Additionally a slate shingle can vary in quality and some can be softer than others and less durable. As time passes, some grades of slate shingles may become flaky and crumbly, requiring repair or replacement – but not a DaVinci composite slate roof.
DaVinci believes that slate roofing should truly enhance the beauty of your property, as well as offer a high-level of protection for your home – without expensive maintenance and repair. The desire for the distinctive appearance of natural slate and the need to overcome slate’s inherent imperfections led DaVinci to develop a line of synthetic slate roofing materials with all of the beauty of natural slate shingles but none of the shortcomings.
There is only one category of metal roof systems used in low-slope applications — structural metal panel. Structural metal panel roof systems can be used for low slope roofs because of their hydrostatic, or water barrier, characteristics. It is important to note structural metal panel roof systems can be used for steep slope roof assemblies also. Most structural metal panel roof systems are designed to resist the passage of water at laps and other joints, as sealant or anti capillary designs can be used in the seams. Structural metal panel roof systems possess strength characteristics that allow them to span supporting members.
Statewide Roofing installers can install, inspect, and maintain your Wood Shake roof. Wood shakes offer a natural look with a lot of character. Because of variations like color, width, thickness, or cut of the wood, no two shake roofs will ever be the same. Wood offers some energy benefits, too: it helps to insulate the attic, and it allows the house to breathe, circulating air through the small openings under the felt rows on which wooden shingles are laid.