Mississauga - Residential Roofing Contractors

We provide residential roof repair and roof replacement services for cedar shake, metal and shingle roofs. If you have questions or need a roof leak repaired, give us a call or view our homeowner resources.

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Skylight Services

As a specialty skylight contractor, we offer high-quality services that bring natural light into your home, office or building. We provide you with value, professional workmanship and save you money in the long term with our skylights. Visit Skylight for more info.

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Flat Roof Replacement & Flat Roof Recovery

If your flat roof is deteriorated, suffering from leaks or past it's service life, talk to us. We provide our clients with detailed written reports, accurate flat roof recovery and flat roof replacement estimates on our warranted commercial and industrial flat roofing services.

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Flat Roof Inspections & Leak Detection

Scheduled maintenance provides advanced warnings to pending problems and prevents damage to other areas of a commercial flat roofing system. We provide infrared roof scans using thermal imaging technology in order to locate and elimate moisture problems and water damage.

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24 Hour Emergency Flat Roofing Services

In a flat roofing emergency, you can rely on us to help. We standby 24/7 to assist you and your business in case of a flat roofing emergency. If your flat roof has sustained damage due to inclement weather and is suffering from a leak, call 416-238-6668.

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Residential Roof Products - Ventilation

Static Vents (louvered vents)

static ventStatic vents require no electricity. They are commonly used on roofs, or are used on roofs with limited peaks for a ridge vent, or to replace older louvered vents when re-roofing. Before ridge vents were available, louvered vents were the most common static roof vents.



Turbine Vents

turbine vent

For few years, turbine vents started to make an impression to the GTA consumers and now people are finally taking full advantage of the proper roofing ventilation systems they need!

Their popularity is due to the fact that they do not require any energy to operate. During hot summer months, having couple of whirlybird roof vents can save hundreds of dollars in cooling cost by keeping your attic cooler.



Power Fans

power fan

We suggest power fans where ridge vents can't be installed, such as hip roofs where limited ridge lines can be cut out to allow for proper ventilation.

Power fans are a great resource for getting the heat out but just 1 component in a properly vented roof system.





Humidistat (Power vent accessory)

humidistat ventWith humidistat controls, power attic ventilators monitor heat and humidity levels in summer through winter for year-round attic protection from the damaging effects of moisture and heat buildup.



Ridge Vents

ridge ventRidge vents are one of the most popular and aesthetically pleasing ways to ventilate your home. Ridge ventilation completely and continuously bathes an attic with fresh air. Installed along the length of the ridge line and under ridge cap shingles, a ridge vent system properly ventilates the entire attic. Fresh air enters the attic through soffit vents located beneath the eaves of the roof. The air moves through the attic and exhausts out through the ridge vent.

Ridge vents require no electricity to run, only the natural flow of air. Ridge vents are highly effective in cutting energy costs and prolonging roof life.



Soffit Vents (intake)

soffit ventA balanced system of intake and exhaust airflow through the attic is the best way to create effective, year-round ventilation. In addition to installing ridge vents, which act as exhaust vents, be sure your attic has intake vents in the soffit/eaves. We install aluminum soffit vents in a variety of different sizes and colors.



Bathroom/ Kitchen Exhaust Vents

bathroom ventsOne common mistake made is installing a bathroom fan or kitchen exhaust without this properly ventilating it outdoors.

Many times these components are vented directly into the attic, pumping the attic full of moisture every time you turn on the fan in your bathroom or hood over your stove.

The easiest way to correct this problem is to install ducting from your component to an exhaust vent on the roof. A great time to have this done is when you're having your roof replaced.

Learn how proper ventilation can lower your energy costs.

If you feel you don't have sufficient ventilation to your home, one of our Roof experts will be happy to help you.

Contact Information

GTA's #1 Commercial Flat Roof Contractor, specializing in flat roof repair, flat roof replacement and maintenance since 1999.
  • Mailing Address
  • 1630 Sismet Road Unit 1
  • Mississauga, ON. L4W 1R5
  • Residential Inquiries
  • Tel: 647-727-4333
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