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Asphalt shingles are an affordable type of roofing material. However, even though you pay less, you aren’t sacrificing quality. Because asphalt shingles can prove durable and last for years, you receive good value for your investment.

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Roof shingles come in a variety of materials. For residential roofing, asphalt shingles are the most popular choice. What makes them the preferred roofing material for most homeowners? One of the reasons is their relative affordability. You can perform a roof replacement without feeling as if you’ve busted your budget. Because they’re widely used, asphalt shingles are also what many people expect for the roof of a house. This doesn’t mean they’re a boring choice. On the contrary, asphalt shingles come in a broad variety of textures, colors, and shapes, and you can adapt them to fit the overall style of your home. Certain kinds of asphalt shingles are also engineered to perform with a higher level of survivability when pummeled with anything from hail to gusts of wind.

Picking the right asphalt shingles for your home may seem like a daunting task. Given the numerous possibilities, what would work best for you? We’re available to help you plan your roof and make it a reality. We work with shingles that meet industry standards and pass our own critical assessments. We have an eye for the right color combinations and other stylistic choices. When you give an installation job to us, we’ll steer you away from common and costly mistakes. The shingles won’t be nailed with poor technique. The underlayment won’t be neglected and left ineffective at keeping out moisture. You’ll receive a roof that’s built to endure, protect, and beautify.

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Asphalt shingles are one type of material we’ve mastered, making us capable of providing you with a roof that’s structurally sound and attractive.

ONLY THE BEST MATERIALS
There are a variety of asphalt shingles, and they’re not all made the same way. We select materials that meet our rigorous standards and come from reputable manufacturers. We’re confident that what we choose will work well for your home.
IDENTIFY AND PREVENT PROBLEMS
There’s no point in using asphalt shingles if they aren’t installed properly or if there are underlying problems with your roof. We detect possible defects and come up with solutions to ensure that you’ll enjoy a roof that lasts.
KEEPING OUR PROMISES
When we give you our word, you can trust it. Whether it’s the pricing for a project, the schedule we’re sticking to, or the quality of the materials, we honor our commitments to customers and work for their satisfaction.

COST EFFECTIVENESS
We never charge unfair prices, and we install roofing that gives you financial benefits for years to come. These savings can stem from fewer repairs, less maintenance, and reduced energy consumption.

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We know how chaotic and hectic it can be to try and find a roofing contractor who you can trust. We stick to the rigid building codes that our industry follows so that your roof not only looks good, but is safe as well.

What is the average lifespan of asphalt shingles in general?
When installed by a highly skilled contractor, asphalt shingles can prove durable, giving you a roof that has resilience and longevity. In general, an asphalt shingle roof lasts from between 15 to 25 years. Because installing a roof is an investment you’re making in your home, you want to ensure that the roof will last closer to 25 years than 15. It’s essential to choose the best contractor and the best type of shingles for your home.
What is the Difference between a Tear Off and an Overlay?
There are two possible approaches for replacing an asphalt shingle roof. One possibility is an overlay, in which the new roof is installed over the old one. The other option is a tear off, where your contractor removes the old shingles and underlayment before the new installation. We favor the tear off, because it gives us the chance to fix underlying problems with your roof structure before we install the new shingles. Your new roof will last longer and get covered by a manufacturer’s warranty.
Is it always better to remove an old layer of shingles before putting on a new layer?
If you don’t remove the old shingles, you’ll give yourself several disadvantages. You won’t be able to make use of a warranty for the new shingles. You’ll increase the weight of your roof, and that extra load may be too much for your home. Also, if you don’t remove the old shingles, you won’t be able to detect problems brewing underneath them, like moisture damage. Furthermore, removing the old roof allows you to check the decking of the roof structure for adequate fastening.
What color of roof shingles is the best value or quality?
If you’re thinking about energy efficiency, it’s important to know that your energy usage will be most affected by your attic’s insulation and ventilation. The color of the shingles may have some influence but won’t matter as much. That said, should you choose darker or lighter shingles? It depends on the style of your home and on your preferences. Light-colored shingles may attract more attention and make your home seem larger. They may have a stronger positive effect on your curb appeal. But you need to consider how the color will fit with your home as a whole.
What is the average price per square foot for a shingle roof?
A roof made of asphalt shingles is typically a cost-effective choice. The average price per square foot is $4.50, but your roof may cost more because of other factors. These include the steepness of the roof’s pitch and the number of penetrations, which include vents and skylights. That said, your asphalt shingle roof will likely still be less expensive than various alternatives. One comparative example is a standing-seam metal roof, which costs between $8 and $12 per square foot.