Roofing Services

When you need to install a new roof, you’ll have a few different options available to you. The most popular option is asphalt shingles, known for their reliability, cost-effectiveness, and ease of maintenance. But another option, metal, deserves consideration due to its durability, longevity, and wide selection of styles. Neither asphalt or metal will severely limit your aesthetic options, so in the end, what materials you pick comes down to questions of cost, weather protection, and durability.

Asphalt Roofing

There’s a reason asphalt roofing has stuck around as the most reliable and common roofing material in the business. Easy to install and repair, asphalt shingles offer a homeowner a lot of flexibility when it comes to their roofing needs. Depending on the state of the current roof and style used, some asphalt shingles can be installed directly on top of existing roofing, allowing for less time and money spent tearing down old roofs that don’t have structural damage. Asphalt roofs come in a selection of colors, letting your roof still be unique to your home. If you’re looking simply to refresh the look of your home, asphalt might be the better way to go.

  • Easy installation with flexibility within your existing roof

  • The most cost-effective choice up front

  • Easy to maintain and repair further down the line

  • Energy-efficient and reflective to save you money on utility bills

  • Highly durable and unlikely to need much maintenance or repair in the long run

  • Potentially can earn you tax credits for installation

Metal Roofing

Metal roofing is gaining popularity fast due to its long-term cost savings and durability. Although more expensive and time-consuming upfront to install, metal roofs can produce tangible savings for the homeowner in the long term. Because metal roofs are largely made of recycled material and can be recycled again after use, they are generally seen as the more eco-friendly material. Their reflective qualities also make them more energy-efficient, keeping the heating and cooling costs of the house lower than an asphalt roof would provide. Metal roofs also have a longer lifespan than asphalt roofs, needing fewer repairs in the long run. So although the upfront cost might seem more dramatic a difference when compared to asphalt roofs, it can be a most cost-saving option for you in the long term.

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