Lambert roofing services in Montreal cover various types of roofs: copper, slate, shingles, metal.


Copper roof repair in Montreal:

The Copper roof comes in the form of sheets which vary in width and thickness. It is a lightweight material that does not weigh down the roof allowing the house to carry heavy loads such as heavy snowfall. This is a material resistant to high wind and moisture. It is a non-flammable material, does not contribute to the development or spread of fire, and resists the effects of the flame. Being smooth and free of porosity, it prevents the formation of mosses and lichens. In addition, it gives an aesthetical appearance that is not lost over time because it is tinged with gray-green which gives it even more cachet.

Slate roof repair in Montreal

The slate roof, a natural stone used for centuries for roofing is ideal for slopes greater than 45 degrees, however, it can be easily adapted to practically all types of roofs. It is durable, with an incomparable durability which varies between 75 and 150 years. Fire and rot proof, it is highly resistant to elements (rain, snow, burning sun, etc.) and temperature changes and is also an efficient insulator. In addition, the slate is considered to be the most noble and most elegant. Generally, there are two types of slate: natural and synthetic. The natural slate is a schistose rock, coming from quarries it is cut and polished in tiles afterwards. Each quarry produces its own slate with different characteristics. Some quarries are known for their solid slate, others for its flexibility and finesse. Our advice: it would be good to hire a roofer to make the choice of your slate. In all cases, the natural slate is considered a good investment. Moreover, the slate is ecological and recognized by its charm and elegance. It retains its original color over the years. It has very few disadvantages: it is a bit heavy and has poor resistance to impacts. Its installation is done solely by professionals which adds more cost.

Metal roof repair in Montreal:

The metal roof coating may vary but it has common benefits: durable, lightweight, fire, and wind-resistant. The metal is the lightest and most rigid roof which reduces the stress of weight on the rafters. A metal roof can last more than 70 years, therefore, it is an investment for almost a lifetime. Exceptionally beautiful, it requires no maintenance, does not rust, does not warp, does not crack, does not rot, and excludes mosses and lichens. A great advantage of having a metal roof is that the sun heats in it in the summer and does not accumulate snow in winter.