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A staple of our business is residential roofing. Beck represents the largest and most respected manufacturers of roofing products in the world including GAF/ELK, Atlas, and CertainTeed. We pride ourselves in our quality workmanship, honesty, and customer service while removing your old roofing and installing your new roof. We believe that not only is the roof a vital component of your homes' protection and shelter, but it is also a key component of the aesthetics of your home. That is why we treat your roof replacement with the care and importance that it deserves.

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Contact Us: 405-513-7799 or e: rick@beckindustriesinc.com 

Honest, Knowledgeable, and Reliable Contractors



In their positions as Roofing Contractors/Insurance Specialists, Rick and Bryan understand the importance of quality workmanship using the best materials available first hand. The home is one of the largest investments made for most Americans, and having a quality roof installed properly is vital to securing your investment and having a home that you can feel proud to live in. 



Unfortunately, many roofing contractors are only interested in the bottom dollar without regard to the client they are serving. This is often the case when large wind and hail storms hit the region and storm chasers from all over the country swarm the area and try to make a fast buck without regard to the home owners they are serving. Beck Ind. Roofing and Construction is a local company and we plan on serving the state of Oklahoma with integrity and honesty indefinitely. We offer a 5 year warranty on our workmanship in addition to the warranty that is included with the shingle manufacturer that you use.

In addition to our quality workmanship, we are also insurance specialists, which means that we are knowledgeable field representatives that will go to work advocating on your behalf when you are dealing with your insurance company. Most insurance companies are honest and reliable, but many times an insurance adjuster will not honor a claim unless someone with roofing experience is there to point out specific hail and wind damage. To get a free roof inspection contact us by phone: (405)-513-7799 or email: rick@beckindustriesinc.com, or utilize our 'Contact Us' page on our web site.  A business card with contact information will be delivered to you for ease of contact from this page.

 Choosing a Roofing System

There are a number of things to consider when selecting a new roof system. Of course, cost and durability head the list, but aesthetics and architectural style are important too. The right roof system for your home or building is one that balances these four considerations. The following roofing products commonly are used for steep-slope structures.

Camelot Aged Oak by GAFELK

Asphalt shingles possess an overwhelming share of the U.S. steep-slope roofing market and can be reinforced with organic or fiberglass materials. Although asphalt shingles reinforced with organic felts have been around much longer, fiberglass-reinforced products now dominate the market.

Organic shingles consist of a cellulose-fiber (i.e., wood) base that is saturated with asphalt and coated with colored mineral granules.

Fiberglass shingles
consist of a fiberglass mat, top-and-bottom layers of asphalt, and mineral granules.

Asphalt shingles fire resistances, like most other roofing materials, are categorized by Class A, B or C. Class A signifies the most fire-resistant; Classes B and C denote less fire resistance. Generally, most fiberglass shingles have Class A fire ratings, and most organic shingles have Class C ratings.

A shingles reinforcement has little effect on its appearance. Organic and fiberglass products are available in laminated (architectural) grades that offer a textured appearance. Zinc or copper-coated ceramic granules also can be applied to organic or fiberglass products to protect against algae attack, a common problem in warm, humid parts of the United States. Both types of shingles also are available in a variety of colors.

Regardless of their reinforcing type and appearance, asphalt shingles physical characteristics vary significantly. When installing asphalt shingles, NRCA recommends use of shingles that comply with American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) standards-ASTM D 225 for organic shingles and ASTM D 3462 for fiberglass shingles. These standards govern the composition and physical properties of asphalt shingles; not all asphalt shingles on the market comply with these standards. If a shingles product complies with one of these standards, it is typically noted in the manufacturers product literature and on the package wrapper.

Wood Shake Shingle

Wood shingles and shakes are made from cedar, redwood, southern pine and other woods.  Their natural look is popular in California, the Northwest, and parts of the Midwest. Wood shingles are machine sawn; shakes are handmade and rougher looking. A point to consider: some local building codes limit the use of wood shingles and shakes because of concerns about fire resistance. Many wood shingles and shakes only have Class C fire ratings or no ratings at all. However, Class A fire ratings are available for certain wood shingle products that incorporate a factory-applied, fire-resistant treatment.

Tile—clay or concrete—is a durable roofing material. Mission and Spanish-style round-topped tiles are used widely in the Southwest and Florida, and flat styles also are available to create French and English looks. Tile is available in a variety of colors and finishes. Tile is heavy. If you are replacing another type of roof system with tile, you will need to verify that the structure can support the load.

Truslate Mystic Grey by GAFELK

Slate is quarried in the United States in Vermont, New York, Pennsylvania, and Virginia. It is available in different colors and grades, depending on its origin. Considered virtually indestructible, it is more expensive than other roofing materials. In addition, its application requires special skill and experience. Many old homes, especially in the Northeast, still are protected by this long-lasting roofing material.

Metal, primarily thought of as a low-slope roofing material, has been found to be a roofing alternative for home and building owners with steep-slope roofs. There are two types of metal roofing products: panels and shingles. Numerous metal panel shapes and configurations exist. Metal shingles typically are intended to simulate traditional roof coverings, such as wood shakes, shingles, and tile. Apart from metal roofing’s longevity, metal shingles are relatively lightweight, have a greater resistance to adverse weather, and can be aesthetically pleasing. Some have Class A fire ratings.

Synthetic roofing products simulate various traditional roof coverings, such as slate and wood shingles and shakes. However, they do not necessarily have the same properties.

Before making a buying decision, NRCA recommends that you look at full-size samples of a proposed product, as well as manufacturers brochures. It also is a good idea to visit a building that is roofed with a particular product.