Coquitlam

Coquitlam Roofing: Macbeth Roofing

Rain in Coquitlam and Roofing

During a wet winter, it can seem like everything around you and on you is damp. With Coquitlam settled in the mountains of British Columbia, there is virtually no escape from the high precipitation of the cooler seasons, and the dry heat of the warm seasons. Coquitlam especially tends to have a higher rainfall than most places in the lower mainland, making protection from the elements a crucial part of any shelter. Escape from the year-round moisture and enjoy the warmth of your own home with better roofing options from Macbeth Roofing—your Coquitlam roofing specialists! We have years of experience working in areas like Coquitlam which receive a substantial amount of rain each year, and we can construct and repair roofs which will stand up to wind and water.

If you have been having problems with your roof, and your own DIY patching and repair work isn’t fixing the problem, let us help you! Here at Macbeth Roofing, we understand the importance of protecting your most important asset: your home. That is why we offer competitive prices and outstanding customer service to every customer. No matter how large your space or urgent your problem, Macbeth Roofing can get the job done for you quickly and effectively.

Before you pick the best Coquitlam roofing type for your home, consider durability, longevity, price, and aesthetics. There are multiple types of roofing systems for you to choose from and one of our representatives can help you make the decision that is most suitable for your home. Here are a few popular options:

Asphalt Shingles
Asphalt shingles are amongst the most common types of roofing, and come in a variety of colors. Asphalt Shingles are best for homes that are located in an area where the temperature is consistently cool or warm.

Tile
Tile roofs are one of the oldest forms of roofing and are still used for homes today. Composed of tile, ceramic, plastic, or slate, tile roofs are the best for areas that receive a lot of rain.

Slate
Traditionally a European form of roofing, slate roofs are a durable yet expensive roofing option. Great for cold climates, slate roofs are very durable and are resistant to frost and water damage.

Metal
Although they cost more initially, metal roofs are an excellent choice for all seasons and climates. Made of large sheets of metal, these roofs are durable and require little upkeep. They are usually chosen for industrial structures but are gaining popularity in residential use.