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LOA Construction works with several roofing types, including asphalt, metal, clay tile, and flat roofing. With more than 30+ years of roofing experience, our team has earned an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau. In addition, LOA also is proud to have more than 500+ five-star ratings on Google. Contact our team for a roofing installation or repair for asphalt shingle, clay tile, metal roofing, and more.

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Asphalt Shingle Roofing

Our asphalt shingle roofs provide home and business owners with affordability and durability. Made from either organic material or fiberglass immersed in asphalt and coated with mineral granules, asphalt shingles provide robust protection against the weather.

An asphalt roof's lifespan typically ranges from 15 to 30 years, which is shorter than some higher-end materials. Despite this, asphalt shingles are still quite a durable and affordable roofing type, while also being aesthetic appealing! Learn more about the pros and cons of asphalt shingle roofing here.

Asphalt Roofing
Asphalt Shingles

Clay Tile Roofing

This roofing type is crafted from kiln-fired natural clay, ensuring a lifespan that often surpasses 50 years. Especially suitable for the climate across these Texas cities, clay tiles provide superior insulation, helping to maintain cooler interior temperatures, and offer remarkable resistance to fire and extreme weather conditions.

Despite requiring a substantial upfront investment and a strengthened roofing structure to support their weight, clay tiles are both sophisticated and resilient. Choosing the clay tile roofing type signifies a commitment to a classic beauty and sustained performance, making it an excellent option for those who prioritize both style and robustness.

Clay Tile Roofing
Clay Tile

Metal Roofing

The LOA Construction team provides a variety of metal roofing types, including aluminum, steel, copper, and zinc. Metal roofs are renowned for their longevity, boasting lifespans of 50-70 years or more, and for their exceptional ability to withstand various weather conditions. They excel in reflecting the intense sun common to Texas, contributing significantly to energy efficiency. More in our article about the best roof types for Texas.

Although the initial cost may be higher than that of other roofing materials, and there might be some noise during rain, the long-term benefits of metal roofing is worth the investment. You'll benefit from reduced maintenance and lower energy expenses, which make metal roofing a wise investment for both residential and commercial properties! Take a look at the pros and cons of metal roofs here.

Metal Roofing
Metal Roofing

TPO Roofing

TPO roofing combines polypropylene and ethylene-propylene rubber into a seamless, single-ply membrane. With its ability to reflect heat and resist UV damage, it is one of the best energy-efficient options for the warm Texan climate. TPO roofing is not only lightweight and straightforward to install but also provides strong resistance against tears, punctures, and mold growth.

Though TPO roofs may have a somewhat shorter lifespan—typically between 20 to 30 years—compared to other roof types, and their quality can vary depending on the manufacturer, they represent an economical and effective choice for businesses looking to strike a balance between affordability and efficiency.

TPO Roofing
TPO Roofing

Flat Roofing

Our company excels in flat roofing systems for homes and commercial properties in Austin, Houston, San Antonio, and Round Rock, TX. These roofing systems are designed with a minimal slope to facilitate drainage, while also providing additional space for a variety of applications. They stand out for their ease of installation and maintenance in comparison to pitched roofs.

Flat roof types will require more regular maintenance due to issues such as water pooling. Also, their lifespan is shorter relative to other types of roofing. Nevertheless, many property owners across these Texan cities opt for flat roofs due to their practicality, particularly in densely populated urban settings, and for the versatile space options they provide.

Flat Roofing
Flat Roofing

Built-Up/Mod-Bit Roofing

We offer Built-Up Roofing (BUR) and Modified Bitumen (Mod-Bit) systems, perfect for flat or low-slope roofs in Houston, Austin, San Antonio, and Round Rock, TX. BUR refers to a method that involves layering roofing felt saturated with bitumen and topped with aggregate. On the other hand, Mod-Bit represents a more contemporary approach, improving upon traditional asphalt by incorporating rubber or plastic for enhanced flexibility. These systems stand out for their cost-effectiveness, exceptional waterproofing capabilities, and ease of repair.

However, they are somewhat less resilient to frequent foot traffic and necessitate regular maintenance. Clients in these Texas cities often favor these roofing types for their economic value and their adaptability to expansive commercial spaces.

Built-Up/Mod-Bit Roofing
Built-Up/Mod-Bit

EPDM Roofing

Our EPDM (Ethylene Propylene Diene Monomer) roofing services provide a durable and economical option for low-slope commercial roofs. This synthetic rubber material is adept at withstanding diverse weather conditions, making it especially suitable for the varied climates of these Texas cities. EPDM roofing is recognized for its considerable lifespan, which can reach up to 30 years, and its low maintenance requirements.

Although traditional EPDM material is black and tends to absorb heat, we also offer this roofing type in lighter shades to improve energy efficiency. The installation process for EPDM roofing requires experienced professionals to guarantee its longevity and effectiveness. This roofing type is favored by our commercial clients for its combination of strength, cost-effectiveness, and straightforward installation process.

EPDM Roofing
EPDM
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