Asphalt Shingle Roofing (service)
Asphalt Shingle Roofing is the most popular roofing option all across the United States. They are designed to protect your home or business through decades of different weather condition with minimal upkeep. They vary in colors and styles. Asphalt Shingle roofing provides an affordable but durable option.
You can consult our roofing experts to decide the best type of asphalt shingle roofing for your next project.
Materials Used for Asphalt Shingles
Asphalt shingles can be divided into two different materials – fiberglass and organic.
Fiberglass – is fire retardant and treated with a protective resin
Organic – these shingles are made of paper with an asphalt coating
Different Types of Roof Shingles
- Strip Shingles (3-Tab Shingles)
- Strip or 3-Tab shingles are lightweight and designed to withstand the elements for about 20 years. These are a good choice for homeowners with a budget.
- Dimensional Shingles
- Dimensional Shingles are extremely durable. These shingles are multi-dimensional in texture and appearance and can last for approximately 30 years.
- Luxury Shingles
- Luxury Shingles are multi-dimensional in appearance and boast maximum durability. They are more affordable than a slate or cedar shingle, but still have a clean beautiful finish. They are heavier than some the other shingle options above, making them less likely to lift in extreme weather conditions.
The Benefits of a durable Asphalt Roof
- Simple to repair –
- Asphalt rooves are easy to maintain. In the years to come, when you feel your roof could use some sprucing up or reinforcing, Asphalt rooves are easy to repair.
- Asphalt is the perfect roofing material in that it is not too light and not too heavy. It’s also leak resistant when properly installed.
- Asphalt roofs have a low probability of having uplift because of the lighter material it is made from. It also requires no reinforcement because it’s heavy enough.
- Eco- Friendly
- Asphalt shingles can be recycled, so you can feel good about your investment and how it effects the planet!
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