Roofing: Gives Your Home an Unique Look

Asphalt Shingles

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Did you know that asphalt shingles are the most common material when it comes to roofing? They are the most common material for roofing material because they are inexpensive and relatively easy to install and repair. There are two main types of asphalt shingles: organic and fiberglass. Each type of asphalt shingle has its advantages and disadvantages. Fiberglass are more durable and are fireresistant, while organic shingles are easier to make and can be made to be resistant to algae.

Metal Roofing

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Metal roofing has played a big role in architecture for thousands of years. Some of the world's most famous structures have metal roofing that as stood the test of time. There are many options when it comes to metal roofing. You have a choice of corrugated galvanized steel, zincalume, metal tile sheets, copper, stainless steel, aluminum, lead, tin, and stone-coated steel. Each type of metal roofing has its own advantages, and each one can give your building a unique look.

Wood Shingles

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Wood shingles have been around for thousands of years. They are easy to make and the materials needed to make them are always around. Modern wood shingles come in not only a normal rectangular shape but also in pre-cut decorative patterns and pre-primed to save time in the finishing stage. This makes wood shingles a convenient choice in roofing and be customized to fit the style of your home. A wood shingle can be shaped how you want and can be any color you choose.

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