Asphalt roof shingles are most common residential roofing material used in the United States. This roofing material is especially popular with homeowners in North Central Florida because it is economical and also comes in a variety of colors.
Types of asphalt roof shingles:
3-tab shingles are considered a basic shingle, suitable for residential roof replacement or steep-slope commercial roof replacement applications, as well as new construction. They are typically rated for up to 60mph – 70mph wind uplift and come with a limited manufacturer.
Architectural shingles are also sometimes also called laminated or composition shingles. They can be rated for up to 110mph – 130mph wind uplift and usually last longer than 3-tab shingle. These shingles usually also come with a limited manufacturer’s warranty. This roof shingle is good for residential roof replacement or steep-slope commercial roof replacement applications, as well as new construction.
Premium style shingles are a high-quality type of shingle known for their distinctive appearance. Most premium shingles have a wind uplift rating of up to 110mph – 130mph and come with a limited lifetime warranty from the manufacturer. This roof shingle is excellent for residential roof or steep-slope commercial roof replacement applications, as well as new construction.
Customizing the look of your property
When considering roofing materials for a roof with a steeper pitch, it’s important to take into consideration the aesthetic qualities of the singles you are choosing, since your roof can be seen from the ground. Asphalt shingles are manufactured in a variety of colors, allowing you to create an attractive and custom look that could greatly enhance the curb appeal of your home or steep-slope commercial building.
Considering upgrading the look of your residential roof?
Perry Roofing Contractors has the PROVEN experience with installing asphalt roof shingles on homes across North Central Florida since 1976. We can help you pick out the right shingle to fit your budget.
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