Asphalt shingles are commonly used for residential roofing. Asphalt shingles are relatively inexpensive and quick to install. They are also durable and of high quality. They have different attributes and types and can withstand harsh weather conditions in different regions, depending on where they are installed. A shingle roof can withstand strong winds, fire, algae attack, sun fading, and hail. They have a longer life span in regions with constant climatic conditions.
Asphalt shingles are known to be the most durable roofing materials. The manufacturer estimates the service life at 20-40 years. It also comes with a warranty covering repair costs and repair materials. There are different warranties covering different types of damages.
Also known as the strip shingles, they are the most basic, original, and reasonably priced roofs. They are made of a single layer of bitumen and have a flat slate-like appearance. As they are made of a single layer, they are light-weight and inexpensive compared to other asphalt shingle layers.
They are often referred to as laminates or architectural shingles. These are the most common asphalt shingles. Made using two or more asphalt coats, they blend to form a thicker, more luxurious, and multidimensional appearance. They are designed to mimic the elegance of wooden swings and natural slate roofs. These shingles are larger than three-tab shingles, providing better protection. Dimensional shingles cost more than tab shingles and are designed to last longer.
They are the best-laminated shingles offered in the market. They come in many different options. They are designed to provide excellent protection for the harshest weather conditions and give an elegant look after placement. They present high-quality coloration and dimensions. These shingles offer the most realistic depiction of an old-world wood shake that gives your roofing a quarried slate look. Although this roof is relatively expensive, it is high quality and has a long lifetime.