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Asphalt shingles are one of the most common roofing options. They come in a variety of colors and designs making it a versatile option for your home. Asphalt shingles are the best value for a weather resisitant roof and easy to install making it a popular option for homeowners. With a class A fire rating, along with a high wind resistance, asphalt is a durable material that will last you decades.


Tile shingles also come in a wide range of color and styles. They are used more for a european style home. Though often more expensive than asphalt shingles, a tile roof can last for over 100 years if installed correctly. They do not rot like wood making it a durable option to consider. Tile shinlges are highly efficient as well, allowing inside temperatures to stay cool in the summer months.  There is little to no maintenance once installed as tile roofs do not leak or break unless due to heavy impact.


Wood shingles are used for a more natural look. They are used on bungalow or cottage style homes. Wood shingles can be left natural or painted to whatever color fits your home. They blend in well with the environment and can last up to 50 years  if maintained properly. They do not rust like metal roofs and are well insulated which helps with regulating the temperature of your home. Wood roofs are a lightweight option behind asphalt  and easy to repair if damaged.


Metal shingles are a great option if you are strictly looking at durability. They seal water out, protect your home from high winds, sheds snow easily, and fire resistant. They are not susceptible to rot or insects either like wood roofs are.  They are a light weight option and can be installed over an existing roof as well. Metal reflects heat so your house can stay cool during those hot summer days.