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Lifespan, cost and appearance are key considerations when choosing a new roof for your home. Asphalt shingles, slate, wood shingles and metal are some of the more common materials used today. Each is available in a variety of colors, textures, and styles to complement your home.During our initial consultation, we'll explain the benefits of each material and determine whether you can overlay the new material onto your existing roof or if you need a complete tear-off of your roof to meet local building codes. and take a moment to drop us a line.
A fairly standard, no frills roof with low maintenance, a good price, and a wide choice of colors.Drawbacks: A relatively short lifespan compared to other roofing materials and vulnerable to wind and ice damage.
Slate is the most durable and one of the most attractive materials available today. Requires little maintenance, provides better fire protection, and has a life expectancy of 100 years or more.Drawbacks: Expensive and requires specialized installation.
Thin, tapered pieces of wood which have a natural appearance and also fairly easy to repair or replace.Drawbacks: High maintenance to protect it from the elements, poor fire rating unless pressure treated, and a tendency to rot, split or warp.
Copper can be the best choice for a tasteful home as it is highly durable, long lasting, low maintenance and fire retardant material. It is more energy-efficient and environmentally-friendly than other roofing materials.Drawbacks: Can be expensive and may be time consuming to install.