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Daly Contracting provides quality roofing systems that will last for years to come, as well as seamless eavestrough and drainage solutions to protect your foundation. Any and all exterior renovations can be accommodated. Our main objective is to keep water out and away from exteriors and foundations. Where there's a problem, there's a solution



Daly Contrating is a fully insured roofing company and we will handle everything from a new roof installation, restoration and maintenance to re-roofs and repairs. All with the assurance that can solely come with years of experience. We can fix your existing roof or install a new replacement roof and guarantee it. When building a home, deciding what type of roof to put on is of the utmost importance. There are many roofing options available.
Metal Roofs
These roofs are popular because of their fire resistant properties and durability. Plus, Metal Roofs typically last longer than other materials; up to 50 years.
Architectural Shingles
Also known as laminated or dimensional shingles, architectural shingles are asphalt shingles that are designed to look like shakes or tiles, and they are more durable than conventional asphalt shingles. There is a higher cost per square, but a roof made of architectural shingles will last longer.
Asphalt Shingles
The most popular type of roofing material is asphalt shingles. This is usually the least expensive option for covering a roof. This material is available in many different styles and durability levels.
Wooden Shingles
 Wood Shingles are typically made from cedar and is less fire resistant than other materials. However, the cedar material is very resistant to rotting which is important.
EPDM roofing systems are based on a high-performance synthetic rubber compound that provides outstanding weathering characteristics in climates worldwide. Durability, design versatility and installation ease are among the many reasons ethylene propylene diene monomer (EPDM) is the most popular material for both new and re-roof low-slope roofing applications.
Although the materials used on roofs is very important, proper installation is essential. When it comes to roofing, unless you have experience and all the proper tools, this is a job best left to the professionals.   

Daly Contracting provides free estimates for all of your eaves trough needs. We will custom fabricate your eaves trough to the exact lengths you need at your site. This eliminates joints that are vulnerable to leaking. We provide eaves trough available currently in forty one colours. Daly Contracting will come to your home or business with color samples designed to match new eaves trough colour with your existing fascia and siding colours. We have a variety of methods for keeping debris out of your new eaves trough. We will remove and haul away your old eaves trough if needed. We also clean existing eaves trough in the spring and fall. A common Misconception is that eaves trough don't work in Northern Country. With the technology advances in the fastening systems for eaves trough most problems caused by ice build up in the gutters has been eliminated. Eaves trough can alleviate leaks in your basement and keep the majority of your roof drainage away from your foundation. Sometimes roof leaks can be attributed to splashing on lower roofs from upper roofs. Eaves trough can keep your windows at ground level and sliding glass doors cleaner and free from splashing water and debris. 


 You might assume you don't need to think about getting a new roof until the old one starts leaking, but if you wait that long it will be more expensive. Why? Because by the time you notice the leak, the damage will have already occurred.
Here are some tips to help decide whether the time has come for this investment.
• How old is the existing roof? If installed properly and with good materials, an asphalt shingle roof should last 20-25 years, sometimes longer. If you've lived there for many years and don't know when the roof was last replaced, consider having a roof inspection.
• Go outside and look at the roof. Are the shingle lines still straight or can you see sags or other irregularities? A sag would indicate that the sheathing underneath is rotting.
• When you clean your gutters (which you should be doing twice a year), do you find a lot of asphalt granules in the gutter?
• Do you see cracked, curled or misshapen shingles? As shingles age they begin to deteriorate.
• Go up in the attic, preferably during or immediately after a good rain, and look for evidence of leaks.
If you're starting to see some of these warning signs, have Daly Contracting give you a professional assessment.