Imperial Roofing Ltd. has been serving Sarnia and the surrounding areas since 1947. We strive to offer timely roofing services. From residential and commercial roofing to industrial and institutional roofing, we can accommodate them all.
Welcoming Tom to the Team
December 20, 2017
It generates $5 million annually, but in the last six months, Wayne Dennis and his partner Vaughan Berry decided 47 years in the roofing business was enough. Dennis and his brother in law partner have been at the controls of one of Sarnia’s leading roofing companies since 1971.
Roof It Right
September 29, 2015
Professional roofing contractors are committed to high-quality work. Service-oriented ethical in their business dealings established, proven, reliable technically competent willing to stand behind their work committed to their industry insured and committed to safety trained and experienced. You can have a professional roofing contractor on-hand in just three easy steps: call us. Let us answer.
September 25, 2015
Roof It Right Cover Boards across Canada and the United States, the incorporation of cover boards in low slope roofing applications is common practice. Cover boards, or overlay boards, are thin, normally homogeneous materials, formed into boards and used over roof insulation to provide protection to the insulation during installation and service and to enhance.
Low Slope Roof Life Expectancy
September 4, 2015
At first glance, the answer to this question is deceptively simple. The old rule of thumb of “20” years as the minimum period that a roof should provide trouble-free performance permeates our industry. Two senior officials of government departments attending the meeting confirmed this view by informing me that as part of their asset.
Ice Dams Causes / Solutions
December 20, 2014
Defeat Ice Dams the icicles hanging from eaves and gutters may be a faint memory now. But winter is coming, and along with it one of your worst enemies–ice dams. Ice dams are continuous chunks of ice that form along the margins of your roof. While frozen, they are no more trouble than the icicles that.