Asphalt Shingle Roof Installation

When it comes to replacing or installing a new asphalt shingle roof, your primary concern should be quality of workmanship. Heather & Little proudly offers a number of professional asphalt shingle roof services, including replacement, repair and new roof installations. Asphalt roof shingles are a popular choice for many buildings as they are a durable, cost-effective and easy to install alternative to more expensive roofing materials. When installed properly by skilled roofers, an asphalt roof can be a beautiful and functional roofing solution for your property.

If your historic building’s existing shingle roof is deteriorating or in need of repair, our skilled roofers can perform a complete replacement or re-roofing. We can handle all aspects of your new asphalt shingle roofing system, from removal of your existing shingles to repairing the wood underneath, installing waterproofing materials and finally installing your new asphalt shingle roof.

Our Shingle Roof Projects

Heather & Little have completed numerous asphalt shingle roof projects for historic properties, educational institutions and more. You can trust our 90+ years of experience to factor into each and every one of our projects. We are committed to delivering the best possible workmanship and customer service throughout all aspects of the shingle roofing process.

Browse our projects below to see our high-quality shingle roof projects for yourself! For more about our asphalt shingle roofing services, please get in touch with a Heather & Little team member today.

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N1Victoria Park Armoury, Lindsay, Ontario

Built in 1913, we were engaged to replace the existing asphalt shingles on this historic building so it could continue to serve as a wonderful historic venue for the community of Lindsay and neighbouring areas.


N2County of Wellington, Ontario

This project included the removal and replacement of asphalt singles on two residential county buildings in Harriston, Ontario.


N3University of Toronto

This 1875 Gothic Revival building is getting a $50-million make-over which includes a 50,000 sq. foot expansion to house the John H. Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Landscape, and Design which should be ready late in 2016. Our work encompassed a range of restoration work including the new asphalt roof, new decorative sheet metal on the tower, and asphalt shingles, lead-coated copper and galvanized steel sheet for the new addition.