We only provide customers with lasting products that perform through all of Winnipeg’s rigorous weather conditions.

Roofing & Re-Roofing

We complete new roofs, roof replacements, roof repairs, and roof inspections.

We can do your Commercial roof with: Hot tar built up roofing (BUR), Heat welded SBS roofing membranes (torch-on), Mechanically fastened SBS roofing membranes, Hot asphalt applied membranes. Cold applied Roofing membranes. Add or maintain R-value with replacement or addition of roof insulation. Increase drainage with sloped insulation.

We can do your residential roof with: Asphalt Shingles, Enviroshakes, Cedar Shakes, and Metal Roofing.

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We Use The Following Roofing Products:


Soffit Fascia & Eavestroughs

Aluminum Soffit and fascia can complete the appearance of any home and are maintenance free. That’s right, no worrying about painting! The proper installation of soffit and fascia will provide ventilation into your attic.

Eavestroughs are an essential part of protecting your home from water damage. It is important that these are draining properly and are not clogged to ensure that water is draining away from your home properly.

We Use The Following Aluminum Products:



Siding is the perfect way to complete the appearance of your home.

Snow Removal

Rooftop snow removal is an essential part of home maintenance. Having the snow cleared off of your roof regularly can help in the prevention of ice damming and leakage.

Why Remove Rooftop Snow

Every spring we receive a flood of calls from homeowners who are experiencing problems with their roofs after our harsh Winnipeg winters. The problems caused by snow and ice build-up can leave homeowners with thousands of dollars in repairs. Many of these problems can likely be prevented with year round roof maintenance.

An excess amount of Rooftop snow can result in:

– Ice damming

– Blocking the air flow of the home’s ventilation system

– Damage to the roof, gutters, and downspouts.

What is Ice Damming?

Ice damming occurs when heavy snow melts during the day, flows under the shingles, leaks down to the gutters, and refreezes at night. As this melting and freezing process continues, ice then begins to slowly build up the roof. As this ice builds up the roof line, it creates an ice dam.

Your rooftop snow melts in the middle of a freezing cold winter from the combination of the insulating properties of the snow and the warmth of your attic space. This causes the snow right against the roof to melt, trickle down into the gutters, and freeze.

Leave it to Professionals

It is important to leave rooftop snow clearing to the professionals! Climbing up a ladder or attempting to climb onto your roof is extremely dangerous. There could be ice on your rooftop, causing you to have a major accident. Leave it to trusted professionals, who have the proper equipment, to not damage your roof and training, so that no one gets injured.