Shingle Roofing

A Shingle Roof is made up of flat or curved tiles that interlock or overlap in a way that channels water off of a pitched roof. The use of shingles is reserved for roofs with sloping sides that are steep enough to shed water into a gutter system by gravity alone.

Common Types of Shingle Roofing:

  • Asphalt
  • Clay
  • Metal
  • Wood
  • Rubber
  • Slate

Some Advantages of Shingle Roofs

Versatility – Asphalt roofing shingles can be customized into many different angles and shapes, providing you with the look you desire

Class A Fire Protection – Alphalt roofing shingles provide the highest level of protection against fires and the spreading of fires

Wind Protection – There are certain varieties of roofing shingles that are manufactured to withstand very powerful winds

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A Shingle Roof is made up of flat or curved tiles that interlock or overlap in a way that channels water off of a pitched roof. The use of shingles is reserved for roofs with sloping sides that are steep enough to shed water into a gutter system by gravity alone.

Common Types of Shingle Roofing:

  • Asphalt
  • Clay
  • Metal
  • Wood
  • Rubber
  • Slate

Some Advantages of Shingle Roofs

Versatility – Asphalt roofing shingles can be customized into many different angles and shapes, providing you with the look you desire

Class A Fire Protection – Alphalt roofing shingles provide the highest level of protection against fires and the spreading of fires

Wind Protection – There are certain varieties of roofing shingles that are manufactured to withstand very powerful winds

Request a free quote

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