Shingle Roofing

Roofing

Shingle Roofing

Distinctive, beautiful, sustainable tile is the roofing material of choice for quality and longevity. Tile roofs are exceptionally resistant to water, frost, fire, wind and insect damage, lasting for centuries rather than decades. When a building owner invests in a tile roof, it’s the last roof they’ll ever need to buy.

About Shingle Roofing

Roof shingles are a roof covering consisting of individual overlapping elements. These elements are typically flat, rectangular shapes laid in courses from the bottom edge of the roof up, with each successive course overlapping the joints below. Shingles are held by the roof rafters and are made of various materials such as wood, slate, flagstone, metal, plastic, and composite materials such as fiber cement and asphalt shingles.

Shingle Roof FAQs

Roofing shingles create a watertight, wind-resistant seal that protects your roof from environmental damage. Shingles are available in asphalt, metal, wood, clay or slate. All types protect your home equally well, though some perform better in certain climates.

An asphalt shingle is a type of wall or roof shingle that uses asphalt for waterproofing. It is one of the most widely used roofing covers in North America because it has a relatively inexpensive up-front cost and is fairly simple to install.

Asphalt Shingles. They are relatively lightweight, inexpensive, and easy to install, asphalt shingles are the best choice for most houses. They come in sheets that are layered on a roof to give the illusion of more expensive single shingles, such as cedar and slate, that are installed one shingle at a time

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