Any roofing needs you have, we can do it! Asphalt, metal, clay/concrete tile, slate, and wood shake roofs; Dynamic Construction and Roofing will make it happen. Chimney flashing? No problem. Gutters? No problem. Fascia issues? No problem. Simply contact us and we will send out a qualified Dynamic Construction and Roofing representative to inspect, prepare, and walk you through your unique roofing project plan.
There are a lot of fly-by-night roofing companies out there, especially after a natural disaster. With Dynamic Construction and Roofing, you get the professionalism, experience, and continued support only a qualified local company can provide to ensure that your property and loved ones are receiving the highest quality of protection available.
Types of Roofs
Asphalt Roofing (3 main types of asphalt shingles):
Affordability meets functionality…One-piece, single-layer 3-tab asphalt shingles are the most basic and economical asphalt shingle on the market. 3-tab shingles are made from durable fiberglass base mat coated with mineral granules, giving each piece varying color tones.
The day of the 3-tab shingle, however, is passing if not gone! You’ll most commonly find 3-tab shingles on new economy homes or older houses that were built when 3-tab shingle roofs were still a popular option.
Dimensional shingles (Architectural)
Dimensional shingles are made of two or more layers of shingles. Multi-layered shingles are extra durable, allowing them to be used in stronger warranties for homeowners and building owners like you. Most dimensional shingles on the market are warrantied as Limited Lifetime, manufacturer warranty scope of material and labor (if using a manufacturer qualified contractor) will vary depending on the installation and specific shingles chosen.
Luxury shingles have extra layers that bring extra weight. In fact, they can weigh twice as much per square as basic 3-tab shingles. The advantage of that extra weight? Extra strength against tears and impact. This is beneficial if you live in a tornado, HURRICANE or hail-prone region.
Luxury shingles are designed to replicate natural slate and cedar shake roofs at a fraction of the cost. Shakes and slate are expensive to purchase, and extremely laborious to install. A slate roof may cost as much as 10 times that of architectural laminate shingles. Unless your last name is Gates or Buffet, that’s a price difference that’s quite significant.
Luxury asphalt shingles are a great roofing alternative for period-style homes that look best with slate- or shake-style roofs. The multi-dimensional texture of luxury shingles creates shadows and depths that look just like real shakes or slate.
Tile Roofs (Clay/Concrete)
Roofing tiles have deep historical roots throughout multiple regions across the globe. From China to Europe especially the Eastern Mediterranean, including Mainland Greece, Western Asia Minor, and Southern and Central Italy; tile roofing was used by some of our earliest advanced civilizations to protect themselves from the elements.
Tile roofing arrived in the U.S. with European immigrants on the East Coast in the 1600’s and the West Coast in the 1700’s. Clay tiles were molded by hand until about 1870 and concrete tiles until the 1920’s, when they began being manufactured by machine extrusion.
Clay and concrete roofing tiles are categorized by their general shapes. The two basic tile types are; rounded pan tiles and flat tiles. Pan tiles include the familiar “Florida Style” barrel (or Mission) tiles, and Spanish tiles. Flat tiles are referred to as slab, shingle, book, or “French”. Both pan and flat tiles can overlap or interlock when applied, depending on how they are designed.
There is not an asphalt shingle or metal roofing product on the market that can match the superior aesthetics of clay and concrete roof tile. The numerous styles, hundreds of colors, and variety of finishes available with roof tile systems allow you to create a roof to suit virtually any architectural style or one that is entirely unique.
Clay roof tile has been used for centuries worldwide and for good reason. Both clay roof tile and its modern partner, concrete, are not only beautiful but also extremely durable. With proper building design and qualified installation, tile roofs can last 50 to 100 years or more. They do not rot in wet climates, deteriorate from salt spray in coastal areas, and are not susceptible to destruction by pests and rodents. They can be used in any climate or region and can withstand the severest weather conditions, including fire, wind, and snow. For these reasons, most roof tile manufacturers offer warranties of at least 50 years.
Both clay and concrete roof tiles are made from naturally occurring materials that do not deplete precious natural resources. They are manufactured without chemical preservatives, and old tiles can be recycled to make new tiles or other products. Moreover, roof tiles are energy efficient: because of the superior thermal capacity of roof tiles and the ventilated air space that their placement on the roof surface creates, a tile roof can lower air conditioning costs in hotter climates and produce more constant temperatures in colder regions, which reduces potential ice accumulation.
With superior aesthetics, durability, and longevity, roof tile is a cost-effective alternative to other roofing products. A simple comparison of lifecycle costs makes clear that a tile roof is one of the best deals available today.
Modified Bitumen (Mod-Bit) roofing is an asphalt-based, close cousin of the Built-up-Roof (BUR) designed for buildings with low-slope or “flat” roof structures. Engineered modified bitumen roofing membranes originated in Europe in the mid 1960’s and have been used successfully in the United States and Canada since approximately 1975.
Modified Bitumen Roofing Systems are designed to withstand harsh exposure to extreme environmental elements. With five layers of protection, it’s one of the most trusted flat roofing systems used in the industry today.
Some of the benefits of Modified Bitumen Roofing are:
- Proven track record of performance
- Superior waterproofing characteristics
- Broad range of application methods
- Wide choice of top-surfacing, including “Cool Roofing” options
- With insulation, provides an even better-performing building component
- High tensile-strength
- Available with flame-free and VOC-free installation
- Competitive life-cycle cost
- Long-term warranties are available with many MB systems (Commercial Applications)
- Proven track record of performance
- Cyclical membrane fatigue resistance
- Proven hail resistance
- Easy repair options and low annual maintenance costs
- Superior flexibility and high strength
- High resistance to ozone, weathering and abrasion
- Superior resistance to extreme heat and fire
Metal roofing last longer, stands up to the elements and is better for the environment. You will never be disappointed with your metal roof!
Metal roofing continues to be one of the fastest growing sectors in the roofing industry. Metal roofing systems have increased in popularity across the nation because the many environmental benefits, color ranges, longevity, and design flexibility. Metal roofing is the face of the energy-efficient and sustainable building movement. Metal roofing can be coated with “cool color” coatings that are highly-reflective, resulting in lower energy cost for your building.
Some of the benefits of Metal Roofing are:
- Low Life Cycle Cost (minimal maintenance required)
- Energy Efficient “Cool Roof”
- Light Weight
- Fire Resistant
- Hail Resistant
- Wind Resistant
- Snow Shedding
- Metal is Recyclable
- Design Flexibility
- Energy Efficiency
Thermoplastic Polyolefin “TPO” Roofing
TPO is a single-ply roofing membrane that is amongst the fastest growing commercial roofing products nationwide. TPO systems have gained broad industry acceptance for their many performance and installation advantages. As the roofing (especially commercial) industry demand by owners, engineers, and architects increase for heat-reflective and energy efficient roofing systems, TPO single-ply roofing membranes continue to be one of the top options available due to its exceptional resistance to ultraviolet, ozone and chemical exposure.
Your home is one of your largest investments. When it comes time to remodel and upgrade the look of your kitchen, bath, interior or exterior, you should expect the quality that you deserve. That is why you should choose The Dynamic Team. Our team of professionals will listen to your needs and assist you in all aspects of the remodel process from the design to the project implementation through delivery and installation. Our vast project experience will deliver your project vision with the highest quality products and workmanship. The one question that we ask ourselves the most during remodel projects is “How would we do this if this was our home and our family was going to live here?”. When you want it done right the first time, call Dynamic Construction and Roofing LLC.
If you are a homeowner looking for a trustworthy roofing company, there’s a good chance your property has been damaged in a recent storm. Due to the severity of weather, thousands of roofs are replaced every year due to hurricane, hail, and wind damage. These roof replacements are typically covered by most homeowners’ insurance policies. A quality roofing company should know the “ins and outs” of the insurance claims process to best help the members of their community. If your roofing contractor is unable to explain your insurance claim in plain English, you may want to speak to a Dynamic Construction and Roofing representative.
For many of our customers, a hurricane claim is the first, last, and only claim they will ever file on their homeowner’s insurance policy. Having a good understanding of this process allows Dynamic Construction and Roofing’s field representatives to best help homeowners maximize the return on their insurance investments.
If you have recently filed a claim with your insurance company, received an insurance settlement, or would just like to know whether it makes sense to pursue an insurance claim, Dynamic Construction and Roofing and our team of claims knowledgeable staff can help. Contact us today and a representative who is well-versed in the claims process will be able to help you in as little as 24 hours.
How do I process an Insurance Claim?
1. Get a roof inspection from a reputable LOCAL roofing company
Many homeowners call their insurance company first, however, your roof may not have damage. In this case you may have this “claim” count against you anyway. Start with a free, no-obligation roof inspection and get a detailed inspection report.
2. If you have damage, make a claim with your insurance company
With your inspection report in hand you can file your claim on your homeowner’s policy with confidence. Your insurance company will likely ask you if your roof has already been inspected and if you have selected a contractor. Keep in mind, you can work with any roofing company you wish. It is entirely your choice.
3. Have your insurance adjuster and roofer inspect your roof together
When both parties inspect the roof together, they are more likely to be on the same page about what will be covered by insurance. This will save you a lot of back and forth phone calls with your insurance and you will be able to get the project started more quickly.
4. Schedule your roof replacement with your selected roofing company once you have agreed to scope and price with your insurance company
At this point in the process, Dynamic Construction and Roofing customers are assigned a Project Manager who is the homeowner’s point of contact for the duration of the project. Typical roof replacements take 1-2 days, start to finish. You are not required to be home when the work is being done.
5. Your deductible should be your only out-of-pocket expense
Your insurance company will cut you a check and once your roof work is done you will pay that to your roofing contractor. Keep in mind……A reputable company will not require money up front to do your roof or “get you on the schedule”!
At Dynamic Construction and Roofing, we’ve quickly earned a reputation as one of the best in the roofing industry by consistently exceeding our client’s expectations. Our vast experience and dynamic personnel allow us to serve a diverse client base. We have a proven track record, as well as, the resources and determination to get any project done on time and on budget.
We have an experienced and highly trained group of professionals that work closely with several general contractors, architects, home builders and property owners servicing all their roofing needs for new construction projects.
Here at Dynamic Construction and Roofing we have installed a wide variety of roofing systems on new construction projects, both large and small from Jacksonville, Florida to Orlando, Florida all the way down to Key West, FL and everywhere in-between.
Get to know your roof with a professional roof inspection report…
Dynamic Construction and Roofing understands the roofing system on your building is the most valuable asset against mother nature and must be maintained and protected. A successful evaluation and/or roof maintenance program depends on periodic accurate roof inspections. Roof inspections are the first line of defense in maximizing your roofing system’s serviceable life expectancy.
- Dedicated and knowledgeable service technicians
- Photographic documentation of current state of roofing system
- A roof condition/life expectancy rating
- seams, roof penetrations, curb flashings, pipes, plumbing vents, expansion joints, etc…
- all flashings for deterioration and failures
- edge metal for seam separation and defects
- pipe boots, pitch pockets, and penetrations
- gutters and drainage system(s)
- all caulking and sealants on flashing and copings
Estimates for required maintenance and repairs.
A dynamic and unique schedule and budget for dealing with repair/replacement recommendations and maintenance moving forward.
Residential inspections are ALWAYS FREE!
Residential / Other Services
Dynamic Construction and Roofing offers a wide variety of best in the market sidings for both residential and commercial projects.
We only choose the best manufacturers for our materials to ensure the best outcome and efficiency of the product. We make sure that the materials that are installed at your homes are durable and safe that’s why we never sacrifice quality for quantity.
Our clients deserve the best and the only way to give you perfection when it comes to installing your sidings is by using materials from manufacturers such as Mastic, Alside, James Hardie, LP Smartside and CertainTeed.
Over the years these manufacturers have proven the durability and quality of their products like James Hardie and, LP Smartside who over proved their product’s durability in more than a decade hasn’t had one case of fungal decay, termites or rot. Also, these companies are well known for their amazing finish and reliable warranty.
If you need custom new or replacement windows and doors for your home, business, or condo, we can professionally install them for you!
“Window Shopping” for energy efficiency? Look no further! Dynamic Construction and Roofing installs a wide range of aluminum, vinyl, wood and wood-clad replacement windows with the Energy Star ratings that could be the perfect fit for your project.
As heating and cooling costs continue to rise, homeowners are looking for solutions that can keep their energy bills manageable especially here in Florida. Dynamic Construction and Roofing has extensive expertise installing energy efficient replacement windows.
We install multiple window and door lines across many manufacturers that are bound to fit your specific needs.
These windows and doors come in a wide range of configurations including:
- Bay Windows
- Bow Windows
- Garden Windows
- Picture Windows
- Horizontal Sliders
- Single Hung
- Double Hung Windows
- Entry Doors
- Patio Doors
- French Doors
- Retro Fit Windows
Vinyl replacement windows are the most common replacement windows on the market today. Made of tough Polyvinyl Chloride they can come in several different colors. Vinyl replacement windows are manufactured to fit existing openings and in some cases, can be installed without disturbing the interior trim.