Roofing for homes, buildings residential, or businesses may take a few months to be completed, projects for a simple ceiling or gutter replacement, or roofing maintenance require high-quality materials.
Here are the top different types of roofing shingles for residential roofing and commercial roofing needs:
One key thing you need to take into account in choosing your type of roof shingles is your budget and sometimes preference. Some types of shingles are affordable and budget-friendly; others are on the high side in terms of cost. When the two factors clash, the budget should prevail over preference, I think.
If you are considering the installation of a new asphalt shingle roof on your roofing systems, you landed in the right place. The process of installing it for a building structure is physically demanding due to the heavy lifting of the materials, we do not recommend doing it yourself, you may consider asking for help from a roofing company. We have lasting relationships with homeowners and business workers because we take care of their property and provide excellent customer service at a fair price for any roofing project.
Asphalt roof shingles remain the most commonly installed type of residential roofing system in use today. Asphalt roof shingles begin with a continuous fiberglass “mat” that creates strength and tear resistance.
Fortified hot asphalt goes through a strengthening process, where it is “oxidized” by blowing hot air through it to increase its viscosity and firm up the material. This roofing asphalt is then bonded to the top and bottom of the mat layer to form a waterproof barrier.
Finally, crushed and screened granules are embedded into the top layer of asphalt, offering a layer of protection from heat damage, UV rays, and degradation – while providing the shingle color & shading that you see.