A shingle roof is one of the most common roofing installations for sloped roofs. A shingle roof combines both form and function. Tiles especially make a bold statement and are ideal for a number of commercial and residential buildings. Sloped shingle roofs are water shedding so they do not accumulate water pools on their surface. This also means much less chance of water penetration past the shingle roof and into the structure.
Raincoat Roofing Shingle Roof Offerings
We have 30 years of experience working with sloped and shingle roofs. We have completed projects with asphalt, modified bitumen, slate, and tile. With this wide range of knowledge, we are confident in offering each customer the best option for their shingle roof project.
The most common shingle roof type would be asphalt shingles. Asphalt shingles continue to advance and today have been greatly improved over what is on older buildings. Today's asphalt shingle roofs utilize fiberglass backings for more flexibility, better waterproofing qualities, and significantly reduced chance for being a fire hazard. Modified bitumen with polymer blends are used for greater protection and durability in a shingle roof.
For customers who want to really make a statement with their shingle roof, ceramic and slate tiles are the way to go. These natural products combine a rugged durability with a wide range of colors and grains for use in any type of design. Shingle roofs age very well and last considerably longer than asphalt. The major drawback to tiles, however, is that they can break due to falling trees or heavy storms.
Shingle roofs make for effective roofing; we work with each client to determine the best application for each project.
Raincoat Roofing Systems, Inc. prides itself on offering superior quality of work at the best competitive pricing. To find out more about all of our commercial roofing services and products, call one of our expert customer service representatives at 708-681-5757. Clients should also feel free to fill out the no obligation quote form on this website or send an email to email@example.com.