Flat Roofing


Flat roofing comes in several different types including Built Up Roof, Modified Bitumen and Rubber Membrane. These styles each have their own specific benefits. Built Up Roofs, or BUR, is the most common flat roof.  BUR roofs are very fire resistant, yet are also heavier. They are made up of at least 3 layers or waterproof material with tar placed between each layer and topped with gravel. Modified Bitumen is available in a peel and stick style as well as a torch down version. This type of roof will help save energy and money on heating and cooling costs. Lastly, Rubber Membrane roofs are lightweight roofs that reflect heat. To properly decide which type of flat metal roof is right for your home, contact Garvin Construction. One of our trusted professionals is here to help you every step of the way.

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Metal Roofing

Metal Roofing

Metal Roofing can be applied to any type of home, from a Monticello to your neighborhood raised rancher. With a Metal Roof you can expect  energy savings, a beautiful look, and protection for your home that can last a lifetime. There are […]


Asphalt Shingles

An asphalt shingle is a type of roof shingle. They are one of the most widely used roofing covers in Northeast Pa. Two types of asphalt shingles are used: organic and fiberglass or glass fiber. Organic shingles are generally made […]


Canyon Shake Metal Roofing

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 […]


Barrel Vault Metal Roofing

Barrel Vault Metal Roofing Clay tile is produced by baking molded clay into tile. The density of the clay is determined by the length of time and temperature at which it is heated. Tiles may be glazed and also may[…]


Whats New at Garvin Metal Roofing

Metal Roofing Myth: Is It True That All Metal Roofs Eventually Rust?

We’ve come a long way since the days that metal roofs were reserved for use on a certain type of building. Time was, you would only see a metal roof on an agricultural or industrial building than you would anywhere else.

5 Of The Biggest Signs It Might Be Time To Replace Your Roof

When it comes to caring for your home, making sure that the roof above your head is in great working order is one of the most important things you need to consider.

Does Rain Sound Louder When It Falls On A Metal Roof?

When it comes to the wonderful world of metal roofing, there are more than enough myths and misconceptions to go around. This may be because metal roofing on residential properties is still less common than traditional asphalt and shingle roofing materials.

Can You Install Metal Roofing During Winter?

Anyone who has ever replaced the roof on their home knows that it can be a huge undertaking, a potentially very time consuming and costly venture.