We install Asphalt Shingle, Membrane, and Synthetic Roofing to keep you and your home protected. We have locations in South East Idaho, Montana, West Wyoming, and Arizona. Call us today to see what we can do for you.
Your roof is our roof, and we will make sure that you feel like that. A bad stigma exists with contractors and we started Slade Roofing to change that. Now, there is a contractor who you can trust, a contractor who will treat you like family, and a contractor who has your back.
We will upgrade your warranty for free. Enjoy a premium Malarkey 50 year warranty and be protected from up to 130 mph winds and hail storms with hail resistant shingles.
Each roof is unique and each home has different needs than the next. We will be sure to help you make the best decision.
Asphalt roofing has been the most popular roofing material in the U.S. since 1920. Technology in the asphalting process has dramatically improved and now, asphalt shingles can last almost as long as a metal roof. Ask us why our shingles last longer than shingles that other roofers install!
Properly installed, a metal roof should last as long as the home – sealing out water, surviving high winds, and easily shedding snow. Metal is resistant to fire, mildew, insects, and rot.
Real wood shake roofs don’t last as long as they used to. An up and coming company, “CeDUR”, took casts of real cedar shake shingles and poured molds of them to create a synthetic cedar shake roof meaning the grain patterns, shadow lines and textures are all true to life. Check out our photos of our installs!
Membrane roofs are mainly installed on flat roof homes with a pitch of 2/12 or less. Membrane products can range from rolled asphalt, to TPO and even EPDM. They last up to 20 years and they are a great way to waterproof a low slope.
We will work with you and your insurance to provide you with a quality roof and affordable options.
Whenever heavy inclement weather strikes, we find ourselves checking for leaks or any other issues our roofs may have sustained. After all, that is the first layer of protection that our homes have. However, in the event of finding an issue with a roof, what role does insurance play in resolving it?
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