Quality Roofing for Homes in Hartford, New Haven & All Other CT Cities
New roofing isn’t an everyday purchase, so don’t choose just any residential remodeler to replace the roof on your home. Instead, trust a reputable home improvement company with a long list of satisfied clients, like Advanced Window Systems. We’ve proudly provided exceptional roofing systems for homes in Hartford, New Haven, and nearby cities in Connecticut since 1997.
Pouring rain, harsh sunlight, gusty winds – needless to say, roofs must be resilient enough to withstand a variety of adverse conditions year-round. That’s why AWS only installs innovative fiberglass asphalt roofing. There are several features that make these roofs the ideal choice for homeowners in New Haven and Hartford, CT, including:
- Shingles that are up to 53 percent thicker than standard architectural versions
- A “Class A” roofing fire rating from Underwriters Laboratories, the highest rating possible
- Shingles that tolerate unfavorable weather exquisitely, as proven by stringent manufacturer testing
- Adhesive that keeps shingles in place, even in 130 mph winds
In addition to its remarkable durability, roofing from AWS comes in an assortment of colors with a wood shake look to complement your home’s exterior. Our shingles also feature ceramic firing in a variety of color blends to help maintain vibrancy longer. Plus, this roofing material’s detailed construction adds light reflection and depth to shingles, creating a beautiful roof that’s sure to enhance curb appeal.
Choosing the right contractor to install your new roof is equally as important as selecting the appropriate roofing system. At AWS, we’re proud to offer lengthy warranties to show we stand behind our products and services. Plus, when you choose to work with AWS, you’ll enjoy the personalized customer care only our local, family-owned company can deliver.
To learn more about why roofing from AWS is a smart investment for your home in Hartford, New Haven, or a nearby CT community, contact Advanced Window Systems today.