Asphalt Roof Repair and Installation

Roof Type

Asphalt Roofing

Asphalt shingles are the most common type of shingle used in asphalt roof repair and installation. They come in two varieties: fiberglass or composite, which refers to the matting or fiberglass acting as a binding agent, respectively. Organic shingles are becoming less popular as fiberglass is better able to stand up to the elements than organic materials.

Types of Asphalt Shingles

There are four types of asphalt shingles that can be found – large individual shingles, laminated shingles, interlocking shingles and strip shingles. Depending on your needs and budget, you will have to decide the best one for your home. For example, laminated ones or strip ones are best suited for roofs exposed to severe weather conditions such as high winds or hail storms. These shingle options also come in different colors and textures to match any roof style or theme.

Fiberglass shingles have been around for a bit longer than their other counterparts. They’ve had quite some time to perfect things like the asphalt and binding materials. Thus, fiberglass shingles can be differentiated by their durability, strength and resistance than those made with lesser quality products. While fiberglass roofing is probably the most reliable type of roof material on the market today, it does come with its share of misnomers. For example: Too much heat will melt your roof, right? Well this isn’t entirely true. In fact if you live in certain climate regions – your hotter days could actually help keep your home cooler through what is known as thermal reflectance allowing you to save on cooling costs over time.

Asphalt Shingles on Roof

Benefits of Asphalt Shingles

Asphalt roofing is one of the most popular types of roofs on the market, and with good reason. It’s low maintenance yet highly durable – two things that homeowners love! Asphalt has a great track record in many different markets and there’s no wonder why; it’s affordable to install and provides more than enough protection for any household. With so many benefits and an excellent reputation, there’s no denying that asphalt has made a name for itself in both residential applications as well as commercial ones.

We use high-quality materials and experts to install your new asphalt roof. Not only does this material offer great benefits like its affordability and durability, it also comes in a variety of options. You can choose from colorful shingles or gravel textured tiles. And no matter what option you choose, our team will make the installation process easy for all involved because while asphalt shingles may not be the lightest choice around, they are still easier to handle than some heavier types of materials.

Composite Shingles

Composite shingles are heavier shingles and, as such, weigh more than other types of shingles. If all else is equal, the heavier your shingle (e.g. the more asphalt used in its construction), then the more expensive it will be. That’s because they are tougher to manipulate during installation and they also tend to exhibit lower fire ratings than other types of materials because they contain less organic fibers.

Architectural Shingles

Architectural shingles, also known as laminated asphalt shingles, have been making amazing strides since they were first introduced to the roofing industry by GAF. These roof innovations provide homeowners and business owners alike with the stunning appearance of dimensional wood shingle and slate roofing without all the maintenance hassle. Laminated asphalt shingles are also available in a variety of shades that complement most any home or office. The weight is another important factor to consider for prices. Grades 90 and 60 weigh about 2 pounds per square feet, while their 90-pound sibling weighs 3 app 50 oz per CM2 (33 pounds per SF). Prices will vary depending on size (for 30 year warranties), including installation and materials.

Asphalt Roofing Cost

The cost of roofing services will always vary depending on the specifics circumstances regarding your home and its roofing parts. Asphalt shingles can be pricier than metal in some cases and vice versa. Furthermore, it’s worth taking into consideration that different industries produce different charges towards asphalt shingles since they increase or decrease every year based on changes to their production processes and also changes in costs associated with this specific material. We should factor these changing price ranges to help you as we provide our roofing services quotes for your new home.

At Power House Exteriors, we believe in providing top quality work over big profits. Companies are here to serve the people and communities that comprise them. We’re proud of our devotion to helping you improve your home, whether it is with asphalt roofing installation or any other of the different services we provide. As a small company, we’re able to keep our prices reasonable, making us the ideal choice for homeowners looking to save money while still receiving the quality service they need. You’re even welcome to shop around; though we think once you receive our quote you will be so happy with us as a company that you won’t want to go elsewhere!

Asphalt vs Metal Roofing

When replacing your roofing, it can often be a difficult decision of whether to go with metal roofing or asphalt shingles. It’s important however to keep your home and its inhabitants safe from all sorts of potential threats, which is why the material you select must be able to keep them secure. Asphalt shingles and metal roofing have their pros and cons when it comes to overall safety. While metal roofs are known for being more durable, they also typically require replacement many decades earlier than asphalt roofs. However, they don’t require much maintenance while asphalt roofs are sometimes prone to leaks over lengthy periods of time if not properly maintained.

When you want to install a new metal roof on your home or business, consider having one installed over an existing roof. This cuts down on the cost of materials and means that employees don’t need to be hired to tear off and dispose of any old materials. Metal roofs are also lighter and more energy efficient than many other types of roofing. For example, asphalt roofs are cheaper, can be easily installed by professional crews without too much difficulty, and they perform very well during the winter due to their elasticity. Before making a choice about what type of roofing is best for you and your property, it’s vital that you feel comfortable with your decision and know exactly what you’re getting into because we may provide you with advice but at the end of the day it’s entirely your decision whether or not to have work done.

GAF / Elk

GAF Materials Corporation has become one of the largest manufacturers of residential roofing (sold under the GAF-Elk brand) and commercial roofing (sold under the GAF brand). Professional installers have long preferred the rugged and dependable performance that only a GAF roof can offer and have made it the top-selling brand in North America.

Asphalt Shingles Installation

Asphalt shingles have long been the most popular style of roofing in the asphalt shingle industry. They’re often installed on both residential and commercial properties as well. This style comes in a variety of hues, styles, patterns, etc. You can choose from flat gray to very intricate designs for example. It’s important at this point to make sure that you understand that not every asphalt option is created equal.

Professional installation reduces the number of replacement cycles. Saving you time, effort and money overall. As repairs made to asphalt shingles will add up quickly over time if done improperly. Correctly installing asphalt shingles requires materials and products that are specifically designed for the job. The goal is to prevent issues with premature wear, water damage and other various problems that can arise from improper installation techniques. We’re here to help you with expert installation in a timely manner to get your home ready for a new season!

Leading Asphalt Roof Installers

At Power House Exteriors we are experts in asphalt roofs. Contact us today to schedule a free roof inspection!