At EAS Roofing, we’ve been building up our local community one roof at a time since 2010. We focus on outstanding quality and long-term value with every roof we install, which is why we’re proud to install premium roofing solutions by CertainTeed—one of the largest and most trusted roofing manufacturers in the country!
As a CertainTeed 5-Star Select ShingleMaster, we have all the training, qualifications, and resources required for expert roof installations. We don’t just install CertainTeed shingles, we’re qualified to support them with the impressive 50-year warranty coverage offered by this trusted manufacturer!
What’s Different About a CertainTeed Roof Replacement?
While you’ve almost certainly heard of asphalt roofing shingles, we’re confident that you haven’t seen shingles like ours! Compared to the builders’-grade shingles that cover so many homes across Pittsburgh, CertainTeed’s shingles are in a class by themselves.
Our Select ShingleMaster roofing contractors will work hard to ensure you enjoy all the benefits of this exceptionally high-quality brand:
Weather Protection: CertainTeed roofs can withstand winds of up to 130 mph, and they come with two layers of waterproofing and underlayment for the best performance.
Beauty: We maintain one of the best and biggest showrooms of all Pittsburgh roofing companies! With over 6,000 square feet, we have rows of stunning product samples to show off the dozens of colors and profiles available.
Energy Efficiency: Many CertainTeed roofing systems meet or exceed ENERGY STAR ratings to help your roof reflect solar heat and reduce your energy bills.
Warranty Coverage: Every CertainTeed roof comes with a 50-year non-prorated warranty on material, labor, debris removal, and disposal. You can choose between standard 4 Star or premium 5 Star coverage.
Of course, our award-winning service kicks in long before we ever climb a ladder! Before we get started on your roof replacement, an EAS Roofing roof consultant will meet with you to learn more about your needs and help you design the perfect roof solution. Thanks to CertainTeed’s exclusive Visualizer software, you won’t have to guess which shingles you like—you’ll be able to see for yourself how the various options will look on your own home.
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Local Experts for Your Ross Township Skylight Installation
If your Pittsburgh home feels depressingly dark and dingy, why not brighten it up with a splash of natural sunlight? At EAS Roofing, we install beautiful skylights that can turn even the most cramped home interior into one that’s airy, open, and attractive.
Here’s the deal.
Not your typical skylight window products, we offer a variety of Wasco and Velux skylight solutions that are engineered for far greater performance and day-to-day functionality. Our skylight consultants can help you choose the perfect style for your budget, space constraints, and lighting requirements:
Fixed Skylights: These skylights are probably what you think of when you think of skylights. They’re built with a stationary windowpane that does not open or close, providing high energy efficiency and a permanent watertight seal.
Tinted Skylights: Tinted skylights can reduce glare, lower solar heat gain, and help improve your home’s energy efficiency. Control the tint from your mobile device or set an automatic schedule—the choice is yours.
Venting Skylights: Venting skylights are like a window in your roof, providing all the lighting benefits of a traditional skylight, plus fresh air circulation. Choose from electric, solar-powered, or manual operation!
Solar Powered Skylights: Reduce your carbon footprint and provide natural lighting for your home! Easy open and close with the touch of a button.
Regardless of whether you choose a fixed or operable product, you need to hire trained experts for your skylight replacement. Improper installation can lead to trapped condensation, water leaks, and significant roof damage—resulting in more stress than value!
With EAS Roofing, you won’t ever have to worry about our qualifications or expertise:
We’re full-service experts in both roofing and skylights, capable of ensuring a watertight fit with proper sealing and flashing.
We’re a local business with over a decade of experience across Pittsburgh.
We’re a Velux 3-Star Skylight Specialist, a Wasco Certified Installer, and a CertainTeed SELECT ShingleMaster.
We’ve earned Angie’s List “Super Service Award” for eight years in a row.
When you hire us, you can have full confidence that we’ll install your skylights correctly and that they’ll be protected by industry-leading warranties!
Old cracked skylights:
New Velux Solar Venting Skylights:
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Investing in Protecting Your Home
Why the Catch-All?
Here at EAS Roofing, we want to make sure that when we leave you are left with a clean and safe yard for your family and pets. To ensure that we can do this we have invested in the Catch-All system!
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What is Chimney Flashing?
Homes with chimneys require more maintenance than homes without. If you’ve recently encountered a chimney leak or noticed rust stains inside your firebox, you may need to repair your chimney flashing.
Step flashing is an L-shaped piece of metal that lies under the roofing shingles and along with the brick of your masonry chimney.
Counter or cap flashing is also an L-shaped metal piece, but it is designed to cover the step flashing and embedded into a groove cut in the chimney brickwork.
Base flashing is used at the joint between a vertical surface and the roofing surface, in this case, the base of the chimney, guarding against water penetration.
These parts, together with caulk create a waterproof seal.
If the chimney flashing around your chimney fails and begins to leak it could cause serious damage to your roofing, attic, and even interior rooms.
The chimney itself could even sustain damage if the chimney flashing begins to leak. As water penetrates the mortar joints between the bricks of your chimney, the chimney’s structure could become brittle and begin to crumble.
Flashing is installed at the point where your chimney meets your roof and is made out of vinyl, aluminum, copper, or steel, depending on your roofing and the surrounding climate.
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