Clover Roofing offers a variety of shingle options to better serve our client base.

Asphalt Shingles

Asphalt roof shingles are the most popular roofing material used on homes across North America. Our trained and experienced installers, paired with the highest quality materials on the market, ensure every project we complete is to the highest possible standard. And remember, we offer a ten-year workmanship warranty along with manufacturer warranties.

Brands we use and trust are Owens Corning and CertainTeed.

TruDefinition® Duration® Shingles

Specially formulated to provide greater contrast and dimension to any roof, TruDefinition® Duration® Shingles offer a truly unique and dramatic effect. The exclusive combination of colour and depth makes TruDefinition® Duration® Shingles like no other.


CertainTeed’s tried-and-true architectural laminate roofing shingle, Landmark, is designed to replicate the appearance of cedar shake roofing. Landmark is available in an impressive array of colours that compliment any trim, stucco or siding. With a dual-layered design that emulates the dimensionality of true wood shake, Landmark asphalt shingles offer the heaviest weight and widest array of colour options in their class, allowing you to create or re-create the perfect look for your home with confidence.


Some roofs say more about you, your style, about the home that uniquely showcases your life—the best of the best, an ideal choice for homes with great steep sloped roofs.

Randomly placed tabs have shadow lines that provide a natural slate roof’s wonderful depth and dimension.

Metal roofing

When it comes to metal roofing and cladding, we’ve got you covered. We offer a range of metal roofing and cladding options including-Standing seam metalCorrugated metal Metal shingles.

A standing seam metal roof can add value to your property as they boost curb appeal and are virtually maintenance-free, with a lifespan of up to 70 years if installed properly.

A standing seam is a type or profile of metal roofing roll-formed out of continuous sheet metal coils. Standing seam roofs are easy to spot because of their raised vertical seams. Each panel should run continuously from the eave at the base of the roof up to the ridge. Properly installed panels should not overlap horizontally, as this would compromise water tightness. Larger roofs require the panels to be roll formed on site because they are too long to fit onto a transport trailer. The seams on a standing seam roof are engaged in one of two ways; Snap Lock or Mechanical Lock.

Flat Roofing

We recommend a two-ply modified bitumen flat roofing system for most residential and commercial projects. 

Torch-down roll roofing is designed for all climates, expanding under heat and contracting under cold conditions without melting or cracking as other materials might. It’s this ability that gives torch-down roofs their long lifespan.

Climates with frequent snow are challenging for flat roofs because snow stays on the roof until it melts. Water-resistant torch-down roofing is an excellent choice in a snowy environment. 

What does a modified bitumen flat roof consist of?

Vapour barrier: This underlayment helps prevent the roof from developing condensation or moisture issues.

Insulation: A flat or low-slope roof needs insulation in cold climates to retain heat in the building/structure. The insulation is applied first and is mechanically attached to the roof deck.

Overlay board: Next, we lay an overlay board to support the torch-down roofing membrane. 

Base sheet: This is the first layer of the modified bitumen membrane. The base sheet for torch-down roofing may be secured to the overlay board by either direct heat fusing, hot mopping, or adhesive.

Cap sheet: The top membrane sheet to a torch-down roofing system is a  cap sheet. As it is rolled out, we use a torch to heat the bottom of the cap to the top of the base sheet. When the two layers are pressed together, they form a seal. In a two-layer torch-down roof, the system is complete at this point.

Composite Slate & Cedar

A modern improvement on a construction classic, composite slate or cedar has become a hugely popular choice for custom and luxury homes.

Coming in various colours and sizes, composite materials are easier to install and are more lightweight than traditional slate and cedar shingles, meaning you can get the look and style of real slate or cedar roofing at a fraction of the cost.

Made from combinations of plastic and rubber, synthetic slate is designed to mirror the beauty and uniqueness of authentic slate without the expense or installation headache.

Most composite manufacturers offer a 50-year warranty with their products, provided an experienced roofing contractor has correctly installed them. That’s where we come in! Our installers are highly experienced in working with a wide range of different roofing systems and products, but composite and natural slate and cedar are our specialties!

A professionally installed composite slate or shake roof will greatly add to the curb appeal and value of your property and can last up to THREE times longer than an asphalt shingle roofing system.

Eavestrough, Fascia, Soffit and Siding

If you’re looking to give an older home a new lease of life, then new eaves-trough soffit, fascia and siding can completely transform the look of your house and boost curb appeal!

We install a wide range of different colours and products, including:


  • Eavestrough
  • Downspouts
  • Leaf guards
  • Soffit and fascia
  • Siding
    •  James Hardie
    •  Maibec genuine wood siding
    •  Vinyl and composite siding 
    • Align Gentek

Natural slate

Natural slate is one of the oldest and best materials for sloped roofing applications. Slate roofs can last for over a century when properly installed alongside copper valleys and flashings. Natural slate roofs look amazing and add value and curb appeal to your home. 

Our crews are highly experienced in natural slate roofing systems and installations, ensuring your roof will look as beautiful as you imagined.

Cedar Shakes & Shingles

Cedar is one of the strongest woods. It is the only form of roofing that actually adds strength to the structure. Cedar also can stand up to a wide variety of climates. From hailstorms to winter storm conditions, cedar roofs can stand up to the elements. Cedar also has natural preservatives that resist moisture and decay and are arguably some of the most beautiful roofs around. Cedar, when installed by a professional and paired with copper valleys and flashings, can last up to 60 years and increase your home’s curb appeal. 

If you want to learn more about our services and how we can help you achieve your home’s ideal exterior, contact us today.