Artisanal Roofing

Home Exteriors by Baker Roofing has a team devoted to our luxury roofing products. These roof systems are top-of-the-line when it comes to quality, materials, and installation. Our team is happy to help walk you through our different options. Although these can be more costly than asphalt shingles, there are a lot of great benefits to clay tile, slate, cedar, metal, and copper. Typically these roofs last 50+ years, elevate the curb appeal of your home, add home value, and have very minimal maintenance.
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Slate Roofing

Slate roofing is known as one of the highest quality and longest-lasting roofing materials on the market. Along with being aesthetically pleasing, it is also very durable. Slate roofing tiles are cut from a metamorphic rock and are cut and trimmed mostly by hand. A slate roof is really a custom-made job and gives a character to a building unlike that of any other type of roofing.
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Cedar Roofing

If you are looking for a roofing system that will not only protect your home from the elements but also provide a natural look, Wood Shake shingles are the perfect compliment. Cedarwood roofs are energy efficient, providing a natural insulation up to two times that of asphalt shingles.
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Copper & Specialty Metal Roofing

Residential metal roofing is generally made of steel, aluminum, or copper. Although it is more expensive than traditional shingle roofing, metal roofing has a much longer lifespan. Metal paint finishes can be customized to the exact look you envision for your home.
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Clay Tile Roofing

Clay tile roofing provides a timeless aesthetic and comes in a variety of colors and tile profiles. Tile roofing has an exceptionally long life cycle – and is expected to have a greater lifespan than that of the material on which the roofing rests. Tile requires little maintenance, does not rot or burn, and cannot be harmed by insects.