Best roof options to keep your home protected

Your home is nowhere close to being fully protected without the right kind of roof to keep the elements out and provide comfort. Moreover, your roof does more than simply provide protective cover; it provides aesthetic appeal and can elevate the exterior appearance of your property. How do you do about choosing the best roof that can keep you protected? There are several roofing options out there for you to consider. Let’s take a look at some of the best roof options out there that can keep you home protected.

Asphalt Shingles

Asphalt shingles is ideal for any style home, with even the most uniquely shaped roof. Most American homes feature asphalt roof shingles because both their performance and price points are great. Asphalt shingles are a cost-effective option, but there are high-end premium asphalt shingles that are pricier, but also sturdier and longer-lasting. It’s relatively simple to install asphalt shingles.

Composite Slate

Slate tiles feature smooth texture, a solid appearance, and non-fading color. Composite slate is heavy roofing material and one of the more costly roofing options. Because of the weightiness of the material, slate roofing tends to need structural reinforcement within the roof. Composite slate is less weighty than real slate, but it’s attractive and durable. 

Metal Roofing

Metal roofing is versatile in the sense that modern metal can be manipulated to mimic just about any traditional roofing material. This roofing is known for its durability and long-lasting quality. Copper and zinc roofing materials are popular since they offer maximum longevity and durability. Metal roofs can last for up to 25 years, and it’s fire-resistant and low maintenance. They are also an energy-efficient roofing option that deflects the sun’s heat, and this can help to prevent the attic from overheating. 

Slate Roofing

Slate roofing is beautiful and elegant and is available in several color options, including red, gray, purple, and black. It’s known for its durability, fire-resistant quality, and its sustainability. It’s a heavy roofing material that typically requires added framing during installation. It’s also on the expensive side. The longevity of slate gives it an advantage over other roofing types, being able to last for over 50 years. Slate roofing is ideal for a number of house styles, including colonial as well as a French chateau. Slate is also low maintenance roofing material that doesn’t give to wear easily.

For your new roofing project, choose Pro Exteriors to be the ones to make your property a standout. We can install a new roof to protect your home. We deliver quality craftsmanship and service you can depend on no matter your roofing type or home. Give us a call today.

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