Roof Replacement

Sloped Roof Replacement

Sloped roofs are also known as “water-shedding” roofs. This is because their waterproofing is derived by the slope of the roof.  Sloped roofs are considered waterproof as long as the water is moving in one direction (down the roof slope). Leaks are possible when obstructions or damage to the roof causes water to move in more than one direction (sideways along the roof slope for example).

Sloped roofs are roofs with a pitch (slope) greater than 2/12 (meaning a rise of 2 inches for every 12 inches of run).


Our first priority is to take on the burden of your roof’s problems allowing you to get on with your day to day routine. When you choose Delwood Roofing, your roof is in good hands, and we will be there to answer any questions you may have about your project. We use only the highest-quality roofing materials available, and our highly trained employees have the experience to install your new roof right the first time and take away any worries you may have.