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American Quality Roofing is your local expert on all things roofing. Whether you are looking to update your look, need to fix a leak, or are building from scratch – we can handle it all! Get in touch today to get started!


We can handle everything from repairs to total roof replacements. Whether you are going for a new look or just fixing damage, we’ve got you covered!


Asphalt shingles are easy to install, lightweight, and budget-friendly. They are the most popular roofing material, lasting up to 30 years and beyond. They are less suitable for areas with high winds, but very versatile overall.

We offer laminated as well as three-tab asphalt shingles.

Metal Roofing

Metal roofing is available in steel, aluminum, copper, and alloy strips. It is typically used in commercial construction, but works well for a variety of buildings.

Metal roofing comes in a range of textures and colors. It is a great option for areas with a lot of precipitation, as rain and snow easily slide off. It is also wind-resistant and reflects the sun’s rays, keeping your home cooler in the summer.

Flat Roofing

EPDT (ethylene propylene diene terpolymer) is a synthetic rubber material that performs well in many areas. It holds up very well to weather, heat, cold, and UV rays. It is also more fire resistant than other types of roofing.

TPO (Thermoplastic polyolefin) is quickly growing in popularity. It is strong but flexible and works well on sloped roofs.


Whether you need some repairs on your siding or are ready for an updated look, we have you covered! New siding makes your house or commercial building look brand new.

Vinyl Siding

Vinyl siding is low-maintenance, beautiful, and strong. There are plenty of options in color and style, so it’s easy to find something you love!

Vinyl siding comes in multiple thicknesses, so take that into consideration when choosing your siding. The thicker the vinyl, the longer it will last.

Aluminum Siding

Aluminum siding is a great option if you deal with a lot of moisture or insects. It protects against both!

Aluminum siding is available as a horizontal or vertical siding option, making it easy to personalize your home’s exterior. It also insulates your building, so it works well for areas with extreme temperatures.

Fiber Cement Siding

Fiber cement is a combination of portland cement and wood chips, and is durable, rot-proof, termite-proof, and fire resistant. You’ve probably heard of Hardie siding – that’s what this is! It is a very popular option, and for good reason.


At American Quality Roofing, we believe in quality (it’s in the name!). We do high-quality work that will stand the test of time. Our gutters will protect your home from rain and snow melt-off!

Types of Gutters

K-style Gutters: these are flat on the bottom and back, with a decorative front side. They come in many styles.

Half-round Gutters: These are half-round tubes.

Keeping the water flowing away from your home is important, so you don’t end up with water damage!

Our Gutter Material Options


  • Rust-proof
  • Beautiful
  • Not necessary to paint
  • Seems are welded by the installer
  • Typically used for high-end homes and historical buildings

Seamless Aluminum

  • Made on site (no need to haul in)
  • Used for about 70% of gutter installations
  • Reduces seems and leaks
  • Are a bit more expensive than other aluminum gutters


  • Can be round or square
  • 3 – 6 inches wide
  • Decorative options available

Gutter Guards

  • There are several benefits to adding guards to your gutter system.
  • Keep birds and small animals out of the gutters
  • No need to clean your gutters often
  • Can be installed on existing gutter systems
  • Prevent build-up of stagnant water
  • Keep water and debris from sitting in your gutters, making their lifespan longer
  • Heated varieties available to melt ice and snow


We install and repair windows too! Choose from a range of window types to fit any project.

Double-hung Windows

These windows have two sections: a top and a bottom. They can be opened from top or bottom by sliding them up or down in the window frame.

Casement Windows

These windows open on a hinge outward, operated by a hand crank.

Picture Windows 

Picture windows do not open, but are large and let in the most amount of light.

Awning Windows

Awning windows are hinged at the top and open outward by turning a hand crank.

Slider Windows

Slider windows have two panels. One or both of them open by sliding along the track at the bottom, just like a glass slider door would.

Transom Windows

This is a narrow window that can be installed above a door to let in light. They can be operating or stationary.

Bay Windows 

Bay windows usually protrude outside of the house. They are a combination of windows, often with a stationary window in the center and operating windows on either side.

Stationary Windows

Stationary windows are a great way to let in extra light! They can be used alone or alongside operating windows, and come in many shapes and sizes.