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Many residential roofs consist of shingles.  They are the first line of defense against the elements with these roofing systems.  Shingles are the outermost layer of a roofing system.  They consist of quite a few individual pieces, which are laid on top of each other to help route water down off and away from the home.

Shingles come in a large variety of materials.  Each can give your home a very different look.  Asphalt shingles are by far the most popular.  They can be fairly inexpensive, and can be made into just about any color.  Asphalt shingles can also have designs made on them to create just about any style for your home’s roof.  Wooden shingles are also popular, and like asphalt can come in various sizes, colors and types of wood.  Less popular but still very good choices are metal and slate roofing shingles.  These can be more expensive but can give homes an amazing classic look when installed correctly and protect quite well.

Because a home’s shingles are the outmost section of the roofing system, it is extremely important that they are in top shape.  If you notice that your homes shingles are cracked, broken, discolored or completely missing, you should contact a roofing contractor as soon as possible.  Roofing repair contractors and/or replacement companies should be handled as quickly as possible to ensure no more damage is done.

You can find local roofing contractors with our online contractor referral service.  All you have to do is use the form on the right of any page and request completely free estimates from our local, pre-screened shingle repair, replacement and installation specialists.  All of these roofing shingles specialists are extremely experienced in working with every kind of shingle application.  Get started now and keep your home’s shingles in perfect condition.

Additional Shingles Listings

Olneya Restoration Group

1887 Craig Road
St. Louis, MT, 63146

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Sundollar Restoration, LLC

13119 Foster Ct
Carmel, IN, 46033

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H&H Roofing and Restoration

5330 College Blvd
Suite 100
Leawood, KS, 66211

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Harmony Home Improvement

2389 Main St
Glastonbury, CT, 06033

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High Impact Construction Services

333 W Hampden Ave, Suite 715
Englewood, CO, 80110

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Storm Guard Restoration of Northern Virginia

21351 Gentry Dr., Ste 140
Sterling, VA, 20166

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The Roofing Company

5635 state road 54
new port richey, FL, 34652

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Common Types of Shingle Roofing:

Composite Roofing / Composition Roof Shingles

Composite roof shingles are made of a synthetic blend of plastic and minerals or asphalt and laminated fiberglass. The composite shingles are driven into the underlying membrane of the roof and covered with an overlapping coating. The nails used in the process are not exposed to weather conditions. Composite roof shingles can provide almost any type of look and are extremely durable and long lasting. Composite shingles have quickly become THE most popular choice in roofing materials.

Shake Roof Tiles

Shake shingle roofs are roofs that are made with the look of wood shakes. Shakes look like split or chopped pieces of wood and are typically laid on the roof in a staggered pattern to give a roof a rough or classic look. Shake used to only be available as wood shingles, most commonly cedar shake, but now shake roofing is available as composite, asphalt, metal, synthetic and rubber. Due to this selection, shake roofing is also very popular.

Asphalt Roofing Shingles

Asphalt roof shingles are the most common type of shingles in America. Asphalt roofs are excellent at dealing with a variety of climates and are generally fairly stable and are an affordable roof material. They are tedious to install, thats why it is best to use a professional shingle contractor for an asphalt roof installation, repair or replacement.

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