Exterior Roof Tight Framing

Quality Work Guaranteed

As the name might suggest, framing is a common process in construction that involves the fitting together of pieces to give a structure support and shape.

Framing materials are typically wood, engineered wood, or structural steel.

Roof tight framing is vital for an energy efficient building that keeps in the heat. We can install metal roofing after we complete the framing. Metal is not a “live” material, which means that it won’t ever grow moss, which can lead to moisture damage and leakage. If the metal on a roof we install fades over time, there’s a warranty for that.

Customers often ask us if roof tight framing and metal roofing result in a louder experience when in the home. In fact, the opposite is true – especially when we build a metal roof over existing asphalt shingles for a second layer of protection. This process creates a sound barrier, making it quieter within your home. Our team thoroughly inspects the roof before we cover the shingles. You can also get insulated panels installed.

Ruggles Contracting buys raw materials for builds from Canadian companies, including local suppliers such as Community Metals and Scotia Metals. As a small local business, we’re proud to support other local businesses in the industry.

John Ruggles, owner and operator of Ruggles Contracting, has 30 years of experience in contract work. He has 6 years of experience in metal roofing specifically, and his foreman has more than 15 years of experience in the field. Contact us today to get started on your project.

Your first quote is free and John completes ALL the estimating himself. When you request a quote, we’ll get back to you within a 7-day period. We work on all different types of buildings – ask us about our manufacturers’ warranty on our building supplies for your next project. There’s a 5-year warranty on our work - quality workmanship is guaranteed. Every time.