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STEEP SLOPE ROOFING

Roofing materials are commonly selected based on the climate, budget, and type of house. 

STEEP SLOPE ROOFING

Asphalt shingles are the most popular choice because they’re inexpensive, easy to install and come in dozens of colors.

Cedar shake shingles that are made from split logs. The roofs have a distinctive look because the thickness and length of each shingle can vary. This type of Roofing has been in existence in North America since the days of the colonists.

Concrete roofing tiles are a popular, budget-friendly alternative to traditional clay roofing tiles. Concrete tiles have a long lifespan up to 50 years, require low maintenance, offer good fire protection (Class A rated), and are resistant to rot and insects.

Slate roofing tiles are a natural stone product offering a beautiful appearance, longevity, and fire-resistance.

Metal roofs are a reliable and affordable roofing system in the marketplace in various designs and styles. They are lighter than a concrete or clay tile roof, more durable than an asphalt shingle roof, and easier to handle than long-run corrugate sheets.

Composite or synthetic roofing shingles are made of several commonly used roofing materials such as fiberglass, recycled paper products, and asphalt. Composite shingles are fire resistant and don’t have problems with moisture.

Solar reflective shingles are designed specifically to reduce the absorption of the suns infrared radiation by reflecting IR rays off the surface of the roof, thus not allowing the heat to be transferred to the interior of the structure