Progressive Roofing provides a comprehensive range of roofing solutions, ensuring we cover all your needs. Our services include:

Our general contracting services offer end-to-end project management for both commercial and residential builds, ensuring efficient coordination, compliance, and quality craftsmanship.

A project delivery method where a single entity is responsible for both the design and construction phases, streamlining communication and coordination for a more integrated and efficient construction process.

A traditional low-slope roofing system consisting of multiple layers of bitumen and reinforcing fabrics (typically asphalt or coal tar), creating a durable and weather-resistant membrane.

Flexible and durable roofing membrane composed of a single layer of synthetic material, such as EPDM, PVC, or TPO, designed to provide weatherproofing for low-slope roofs.

Utilizes sheets or panels of metal, such as steel or aluminum, providing a durable, lightweight, and long-lasting roofing solution with resistance to weathering and environmental elements.

Seamless energy-efficient insulation layer that adheres to the roof surface.

Seamless fluid-applied Energy Star® protective layer installed over existing roofs to enhance weather resistance, extend lifespan, and provide energy-efficient insulation.

Overlapping individual roofing elements, typically made of asphalt, wood, metal, or other materials, providing a protective and visually appealing covering for steep-sloped roofs.

Utilizes clay, concrete, or other materials to create durable and aesthetically pleasing roofing systems with overlapping tiles, known for their longevity and resistance to weathering.

Application of materials or systems to the below-ground portions of structures, such as or foundations or garden systems, to prevent water infiltration and protect against potential structural damage.

Prefabricated elements used for cladding interior or exterior walls, offering a versatile and efficient way to enhance aesthetics, insulation, and structural integrity in various architectural designs.

Specialized concrete variant made by incorporating lightweight aggregates, resulting in a reduced density and improved thermal and acoustic insulation properties.

Safely removing or containing asbestos-containing materials to prevent the release of hazardous fibers and minimize health risks associated with asbestos exposure.

Incorporating a window-like structure into a roof, allowing natural light to enter indoor spaces and enhancing ventilation, often contributing to energy efficiency and aesthetic appeal.

Solar energy systems utilize photovoltaic panels to provide a sustainable, efficient electricity source for both residential and commercial properties, reducing energy costs and carbon emissions.