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TYPES OF ROOFING

Common roofing materials are metal, asphalt shingles, tile, thatch, slate, and wood shakes. Each type has its benefits when it comes to durability, cost-effectiveness, and aesthetic appeal.


Metal Roofs


Metal roofing is strong in wind conditions or extreme weather conditions. It can last up to three times longer than other roofs because the materials are solid and sturdy. The metal roofs are available in different colors, making them aesthetically pleasing if placed in an appropriate area with good lighting. Some disadvantages include the longer time needed to install it on your building and higher installation costs.


Asphalt Shingles


An asphalt shingle roof comprises many different pieces that are layered on top of each other to create a uniform surface. This roofing requires less maintenance than most other areas, saving people money over time because they often do not hire someone or pay for materials. In addition, this type of roofing is relatively inexpensive when it comes to installation costs, making it a popular choice for many homeowners.


However, one downside of asphalt shingles is that they are not as durable as some of the other roofing materials on the market. Despite this, they are still one of the most popular roofing materials available today because of their affordability and ease of maintenance.

Tile Roofs



Tile roofs are made from ceramic or clay tiles laid out in a specific pattern on top of the roof. They are very durable and can last for many years with little to no maintenance required. In addition, they do not require many repairs and can withstand most kinds of weather. The tiles on these roofs can come in various colors and designs to create an aesthetically pleasing look that is guaranteed to last for decades.


More labor is required when installing the tile roof on your home, so it takes a longer time to install, which drives up the cost of labor. As a result, some homeowners may consider alternative options, but ultimately personal preference will play a large role in what kind of roofing you choose.


Thatch Roofs


Thatch roofs are an ancient form of roofing that is making a comeback in the modern world. They are made from natural materials such as straw, reeds, or bamboo and can last for many years with very little maintenance. They are also very affordable and can be installed relatively easily. However, one downside to thatch roofs is that they are not very durable and can often become damaged during a storm.


Slate Roofs


Slate roofing is another popular material that you can use on your rooftop and is mainly used as a replacement for tile and concrete. It comes in many different colors and patterns and can add some style to your home's exterior. Also, unlike other roof types, it requires very little maintenance, which makes it an affordable option over time. However, slate roofs are very heavy, so they need extra support from beams which means that installation will take longer than other roofing materials such as asphalt shingles or clay tiles.


If you are searching for roof installation or maintenance services, consider B &L Roofing Inc. today. We offer our clients a free roofing inspection. Visit our website for more information on our roofing products and services.


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