Synthetic Roofing underlays have 25-50 year limited warranties, flexibility for all sorts of temperatures, a cool light gray surface that doesn’t expand or contract and a bonus of being 100% recyclable! These roofing products will be sure to satisfy all your sloped roof needs.

Admirals uses of a variety of synthetic and felt underlay products, and have many experienced staff on hand who can ensure the professional application that will protect your home through all kinds of weather conditions.


One of the most common roof coverings consists of individual overlapping elements, shingles have over the years been made of various materials such as cedar shakes/ shingles and most commonly “asphalt shingles” which consist of tar paper saturated with asphalt and coated with granules. Due to increased fire hazard, wood shingles and paper-based asphalt shingles have become less common than laminated fiberglass-based asphalt shingles.

Admirals carries an extensive selection of brand names and products including; GAF, Malarkey, CertainTeed and IKO shingle products. There are a variety of patterns and every brand comes with different warranty specifications. Contact us to find the right brand, style and color of shingles for your new roof.

Flat Roofing

SBS Torch on membrane roof systems consist of high performance modified bitumen roofing and waterproofing systems that are easy to maintain – and relatively cost efficient. A strong mat (fiberglass or polyester) SBS is a rubber-based chemical that endows the asphalt with moisture resistance, elasticity and exceptional weather flexibility. Torch on roofing is one of the most commonly used roofing systems on the market for flat, low slope, residential, commercial and retail buildings.

Cedar Shakes

If you want the best environmentally friendly product for your roof – cedar shakes and shingles are for you. Cedar shakes have proven sustainability practice imbedded in its construction, as less energy is needed from fossil fuel and natural gas depletion for its design. Wood, by nature is thermally efficient and the only major building material that is renewable. The cells in wood products allow them to function as an insulator, naturally in your home. Cedar shakes and shingles are a renewable resource, biodegradable, energy conserving and a free insulator for your home. We are installers of cedar shakes and shingles and have professional roofers to insure get you the best performance out of your environmentally friendly roof.


Composite roofing products are an environmentally friendly rubber roofing system that are extremely durable. This is the perfect solution when you want that classic look of a wood roof, but removes the typical wood roof problems like rotting, cracking, mould and discolouration. Composite products are made of 75% recycled materials from rubber tires and more. There are a variety of colours and styles to choose from, contact us to consider your options!

4 Seasons HP Solar Vent – by Canada Go Green

The 4 Seasons HP solar attic vent is designed and built specifically for Canadian weather. It can withstand weather conditions such as strong winds, hail and freezing rain.

During hot and humid summers, it can help remove hot air in your attic. During the summer, cooling down the attic space will mean longer lasting roofing material and will improve the efficiency of your (A/C) air conditioning system, lowering energy costs.

During wet winters, the 4 Seasons HP solar attic vent can reduce mould and mildew buildup, remove condensation from your attic, and provide better air circulation to help reduce the ice dam buildup on the roof.

  • Cools up to 1000 sq feet of attic space
  • Ventilates up to 800 CFM

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Solar Skylight – by Canada Go Green

The Solar Skylight is a revolutionary new system that performs in a similar manner to traditional skylights in that it uses the sunlight to illuminate interior spaces. However the similarities end there!

Traditional skylights are more expensive, more difficult to install and have several limitations. The biggest limitation is the fact that they are only effective when installed directly on the roof so they only work in single-storey homes. They do not work in multi-storey apartments or office buildings and cannot be used to light up certain areas of the home such as the basement or even under the stairs. Read more here…