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Composition Shingles

One of the most popular type of roofs by home owners and contractors nation wide. Shingles are fortified with modified asphalt technology to promote superior granule adhesion and extreme weather protection. Different styles, colors, & warranties available upon request.

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Concrete Tile High Profile

Concrete Tile high profile comes from the early days of Spanish architecture and missions. Tile will increase the valve of your home with a great look.  Molded together through cement, sand & water for a strong environment friendly roofing product. Class A fire approved. Different color options and weight upon request.

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Concrete Tile Medium Profile

Concrete Medium Profile Tiles come from the early days of churches and buildings of Italy. Some of the oldest tile styles to date. San Ventura Roofing still installs medium profile tile due to its lightweight nature and budget friendly time of installation and it continues to look great to this day. Different color options available upon request.

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Concrete Tile Low Profile

Low Profile Concrete Tile is very similar to the slate or shake roofs but is more budget friendly and still very durable with a great look to any architectural design. Different surfaces & color options available upon request.

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Clay Tile 2 Piece

The 2 piece Clay Tile is molded from scratch and heat treated to ensure strength and look. 2 piece Clay tile is the high end of luxury that surfaced palaces in the Bronze Age to present day mansions. Great for re-roof or new construction. Clay tiles colors don't fade over time as some of the concrete tile might. There are different surfaces and profiles available upon request. There are a few different installation options available upon style request with "boosting" when stacking cement mixed through the courses to have the tiles lifted and staggered for a great look.

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1 Piece Clay "S" Tile

The 1 Piece Clay "S" Tile is taking the same technology as the 2 piece Clay Tile and making into one single piece, saving time on installation and cost while still enjoying that elegant look. Great for re-roof or new construction. The covers and pans of classic barrel tile are joined into a single, strong, efficient piece that radiates the traditional clay tile appeal. There are different colors options available upon request.

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Slate Roofs

Slate Roofs date all the way back to 1300 A.D seen in England on castles. An original rustic and staggered look. Different surfaces upon request and also avaliable in a synthetic option depending on color. Slate Roofs like concrete "Villa" medium profile tile is one of the oldest forms of roofing but is still being installed and continuing to protect and make your home/project have a great finish. Synthetic slate roofs have become a new era of the slate roof and time effective on installers due to the synthetic easy to work with materials for a faster install. Mostly for new construction homes but can be installed for re-roof projects.

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Torch Down

Torch down roofing requires an open-flame propane torch. In this installation method, sheets of modified bitumen are rolled out onto the roof, and our SVR roofing professional uses a hand-held propane torch to heat the material and adhere it to the surface. Once the layers reach the right temperature, seams are melted together to create a waterproof seal. This type of roofing applies to flat roofs.

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Roofing underlayment is a water-resistant or waterproof barrier material that is installed directly onto your roof deck. It is applied under all other roofing materials as an added layer of protection from severe weather. No matter what type of roof you decide to go with for your home/project, an underlayment material will be laid out for full waterproof protection. ( Different underlayment materials vary depending on type of roof )

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Commercial Coating

Silicone Coating is another option to waterproofing your unit instead of the graduated torch down material. One of the benefits to coating is you won't need to tear off the existing roof ( Upon inspection by one of our service managers ) but rather go over the old roof with the silicone fluid. Application can be completed by spray or rolling the fluid out after pressure washing all dirt and debris to make sure coating can seal properly,  but at SVR we recommended rolling as you are getting a thicker coat into the cracks and seals and more cleaner look as spraying sometimes isn't as effective depending on weather at time of installation and overspray near HVACS & skylights.

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Roof Ventliation & Metal

There are many different types of ventilation & metal or flashings that make up your roof for proper function, waterproofing safety & look. SVR is a certified O'Hagin installer for your roofs ventilation. They come in a few select colors and options due to your type of roof whether it be composition shingles or tile, O'Hagin accommodates that. There are many different vents such as dormer vents, T-tops vents & solar etc,  get in touch with us to find out more about vents on your roof.

There is also a lot of metal that makes up your roof like drip edge, valley metal, pipe flashings, tile pans, chimney metal, bird stop metal etc. Ask one of our service managers about the metal on your roof during your free estimate. 

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