There are many roofing options available today that weren’t available a few decades ago. If you’re living in a home that’s built with a roof made of old asphalt shingles, clay tiles, concrete tiles, or slate, it might be time for an upgrade.

Whether you’re looking to repair an existing roof or re-do it altogether, there are several options to choose from. Ecostar Remodeling & Construction can help you choose the best roofing type for your home, and our skilled professionals can install it quickly, safely, and securely.

If you’re considering a roofing repair or remodel project, give us a call to see how we can help bring your vision to life.

Why Choose a Design and Build Company for Your Roofing Project?

Regardless of the type of roofing material you choose for your home, the fact remains that every kind of roofing is expensive and proper installation requires the skills of a professional. When you work with a design and build company like Ecostar Remodeling & Construction, you can be sure that you’ll save money while getting the highest quality of service. One project manager will be responsible for overseeing the job from start to finish.

Working with one company from start to finish has many benefits, including the streamlining of schedules to ensure that the work gets completed in the most timely and efficient manner. It also means that your vision won’t get lost in translation as it could if you were consulting various companies and speaking with different professionals about the design and construction.

When you’re ready to repair or upgrade your roof, give Ecostar Remodeling & Construction a call and discuss your vision. We can assemble a winning team that can turn your basement into the most impressive room in your house.



We offer advanced roofing materials that are more durable and efficient.

When you hire us for your roofing remodeling work, we employ a team of trained professionals who are all experts in their areas of trade. Here are some of today’s most popular alternative types of roofing:

Solar Tiles

Solar tiles are ideal for people who live somewhere where solar panels are forbidden, such as some homeowners’ associations. Solar tiles are becoming more popular as they help bring down the cost of energy.

Stone-Coated Steel

Another ideal choice for people in cold and windy climates, stone-coated steel provides an effective and economical option that could be warranted for the lifetime of the house.

Rubber Slate

Rubber slate has a natural appearance and can be easily cut to fit intricate roofs. They can last up to 100 years but can be damaged easily by things like hail, satellite dishes, and walking.

Metal Roofing

Metal is an excellent option in areas with weather conditions that vary from snow and rain to heat and high winds. These roofs can last up to 60 years.

Built-Up Roofing

Built-up roofing consists of layers of tar, asphalt, adhesive, and aggregate. This type of roofing is designed for flat roofs.

Green Roofs

Green roofs provide an economical way to reduce heat and water runoff while adding an extra layer of insulation to the home. While there are many benefits to building a green roof, it requires a lot of time and care. A green roof needs additional structural support, waterproofing and water filtration, drainage, thermal insulation, and a vapor barrier, in addition to the soil, compost, and plants that will create the greenery on the roof. When installed and maintained correctly, these roofs can last up to 40 years.

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Frequently Asked Questions

There are a lot of great roofing materials out there. Asphalt shingles, metal, slate, concrete, and clay are all options that you can choose from. But which one you should choose depends on several factors. Your budget, your home’s style, and your ability to invest in regular maintenance all affect which material is best for you. If you want to know the best material for your budget and other needs, feel free to reach out to our team. We are happy to help you.

Metal, clay, and slate are the most eco-friendly roof materials. If you’re concerned about the environment, choosing materials that are recyclable and biodegradable is important. Because metal roofs last a long time, we suggest going with one if you would like to protect the environment as well as invest in a durable, high-quality material. 

That depends on what material you have. Typically, homeowners need to replace their roofs every 12 to 75 years. Lower-quality materials like composite and asphalt shingles require more frequent replacements than high-quality ones such as slate and metal.

There are many pests out there that can cause damage to your roof. Raccoons, squirrels, rats, mice, bats, birds, termites, and ants are all common culprits. That is why it is important to keep an eye out for any signs of animal inhabitation on your roof. Make sure you also listen for any scrambling and squeaking noises above you. 

We suggest investing in professional roof maintenance every one to two years. Prevention is key to preventing serious problems. The more inspections and minor repairs you invest in, the better. 

Contact Us

Ecostar Remodeling & Construction has you covered from basement to roof. We have experience in every category of home design and build. Send us any questions and we’ll reach out with more information. We look forward to hearing from you!

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