Roof Types

Asphalt Shingles


Slate Roofing


Clay & Concrete Tiles


Standing Seam Metal


Metal Shingles and Tiles


Composite Shingles and Tiles


Roof Installation Process


  • Your KPost Roofing and Waterproofing Service Representative will give you samples of actual materials, so you can make a choice you can be confident in. Choose from a wide variety of materials and manufacturers from the best known names in the industry. Check out the “Roof Types” tab to find which roof is best for you! (Add the manufacturer logos below this blurb)
  • The crew will be scheduled and you will be notified in advance of your date of construction by the KPost Roofing and Waterproofing Project Management Team.
  • Materials can be delivered prior to installation, however, most times they are delivered the morning of the install.
  • Materials are inventoried prior to the work beginning to ensure everything was delivered and installation can begin.
  • Pre-Construction Checklist performed by Foreman and Project Manager

SilverSTAR Home Protection System

  • SilverSTAR Pre-Inspection
  • Removal of Personal Property From Areas Where if Could be Damaged
  • Customer Care Handout for Every Customer
  • Tarp and Protect All Landscaping
  • Cover Decks, Pools and Patios
  • Any of your special requests

SilverSTAR Installation System

  • TotalSTAR Tear-Off
  • Legendary Nailing System with TornadoGRIP Nails
  • HallOfFAME Underlayment
  • BarrierPRO Valley Guard
  • ColorMATCH Accessories
  • NEVERLeak Ventilation Fasteners
  • TearPROOF Underlayment Fasteners
  • Silver Star PRO +
    • BorderGUARD Perimeter System
    • CritterPRO Pipe Flashing

DefensePRO Safety System “Keeps YOU, our TEAM, and Your NEIGHBORS Safe”

  • Good Neighbor Notification
  • Caution Tape Across Front of Property
  • Vehicle Cones
  • Safety Lights
  • OSHA Guidelines

SilverSTAR Quality Clean Up “No Nail Left Behind”

  • Blow Debris From Roof, Drive, Gutters, Sidewalks, Decks and Patios
  • Rake Debris From All Landscaping and Yard
  • Metal Detector To Locate Any Loose Nails or Meta

25 PT Championship Final Inspection

  • The 25 PT Championship Final Inspection Final Inspection
  • Surpasses Manufacturer Specifications and Building Codes
  • Certified SilverSTAR Roofing System KPost Roofing and Waterproofing Inspector
  • Metal Detector “No Nail Left Behind” Final Sweep
  • Satisfaction = Mediocre

Education/Know Your Roof

Roofing System Components

Styles of Roofs

Roofing Accessories

  • Plumbing Pipe Jack, Each plumbing drain pipe in the home is connected to a stack vent. They help ensure proper drainage by preventing siphons from forming. Stack vents may give off sewer gas. Note: Source of many roof
  • Dryer or Bathroom Vent, A vent for an exhaust fan like those found in bathrooms and laundry rooms. They exhaust moist air to the outside. Note: Source of many roof
  • Roof Box Vent or Turtle Vent, They are are attic exhaust vents.
  • Exhaust Combustion Vent (Rain Cap), for an appliance such as a furnace, boiler, water heater or fireplace that burns fuel. They exhaust the toxic byproducts of combustion to the outside. These emit carbon monoxide
  • Exhaust Cap Vent (Rain Cap), typically for an appliance like a water heater, or a/c unit. They exhaust the toxic byproducts of combustion to the outside. These emit carbon monoxide

All-Pro Property Inspection

Inspection Includes:

  1. Full roof inspection
  2. Fascia, Soffit, & Gutters
  3. All painted or stained surfaces (Inside damage, fencing, and siding)
  4. Attic Inspection
  5. Personal Property & Special Attention Areas
  6. Photo Documentation
    • Photos are taken of every slope, elevation, and damage found during the inspection so you as an owner know exactly what is going on with your roof
    • Damage to elevations
      • Overview photo is taken
      • Photo of component
      • Close up of damage to component
      • Components:
        • Fascia & Soffit
        • Gutters
        • Siding & Accessories
        • Windows
        • Shutters
        • Garage Doors
        • Necessary Measurements
        • Full Report Provided to You!

Understanding Hail Damage/What to Look For

    1. Ground Inspection for visible dents, dings, cracks, breaks, oxidation
    2. Decks, A/C’s, BBQ Pits, Windows, Siding, Fencing, Gutters, Fascia,
    3. Ladder Set Up and Safety
    4. Damage to Soft Metal Accessories
    5. Ridge is Most Likely Roofing Material to Be Damaged
    6. Hits in 3 Tab “Water Lines” Validate Hail
    7. Slopes Opposite Wind Direction, Inspect Furthest Roof Edge Area From Wind Direction
    8. Looking for Fresh, Dark Base Layer Asphalt Exposed
    9. Hail Bruises can be hard to identify on darker roofs. Feel for dents and
    10. Loose granules can be identified with LIGHT pressure from thumb or finger

Wind Damage?

  1. Loose shingles
  2. Broken or Missing Shingles
  3. Broken Seals w/Debris
  4. Creased Shingles

Insurance & Finance

  1. To ensure that you receive your funds from the insurance company, KPost Roofing and Waterproofing will assist you with providing an invoice to your insurance company. KPost Roofing and Waterproofing will also provide your mortgage company with any invoices if necessary.You will only be responsible for payment when funds are received from your insurance company or mortgage.
  2. Upon Final Payment You Will Receive:
    • A “No Leak Guarantee” from KPost Roofing and Waterproofing
    • All Manufacturer Warranties for installed products
    • A KPost Roofing and Waterproofing Certificate of Completion
    • First Anniversary “Peace of Mind” Inspection