Different Types of Residential Foley Roofing
Roofs come in many shapes and sizes depending on the residential roofing home. Most people just consider that roofs are made differently depending on the size of the home it’s built for, but when it comes time to replace your roof, there are a lot of factors to consider. Considering what to do with your roof, one of the most important is what material to choose. Some homes look better than others with different materials used, and foley roofing determines what to go with by the surrounding area. It’s important to learn about the different Foley Roofing materials.
Our company uses the two most popular Foley roofing materials for Foley residents, and these are what we’ll recommend and go over. We’ll discuss their durability, aesthetic quality, and the added benefits and negatives of each material. Each of these materials are best fit to handle the weather environment of Foley roofing. Every home is different, so using the knowledge of the Foley roofing materials that best fit your home. Learning about this can help you make the decision that can increase the value of your home!
Shingles are the most common and most popular roof material throughout the United States. Shingles are of the most cost efficient as the cheapest average material, and come in many different colors. The installation and repair process is the easiest of all roofing materials than other roofing materials and does not come with as many roadblocks. Shingle is also the weakest of materials and can only last up to 20 years and the most ideal weather conditions and routine maintenance. What most homeowners do not know is Shingles also absorb heat which increases your monthly utility expenses.
Shingles can be styled in different ways, such as 3-tab shingle, a very common shingle installation. 3-tab shingles come in 3 uniform cuts that go across in a pattern made along the lower edge of the shingles. Architectural shingles are among the highest quality shingles in Foley roofing. They are composed of fiber-glass mat base and ceramic coated material. They are tightly embedded, carefully refined, and water resistant.
Metal roofs are the most durable, and come with many benefits that make an immediate impact on the quality and value of your home. Metal roofs have high durability, and are high in aesthetic quality. Metal roofs also vary greatly from affordable to expensive depending on where you get them and what kind of metal roof you go for. Metal roofs are also low maintenance when it comes to frequency of repairs. Metal roofs can come in different colors and are made from recyclable materials. Metal roofs reflect heat which makes them ideal for saving on monthly utility bills, which are a direct reason for increasing the value of your home.
Two different types of metal roofing styles are Standing Seam and Stone Coated Steel. Standing Seams are a preferred style to add character and curb-appeal. They are flat metal sheets that come in many different shapes and sizes, so you can have these built in a style that fits your home. Stone Coated Steel is a durable metal roofing material that is stone coated and also mimics the look of other roofing materials like shingle or clay. It allows for a classic roofing look with all the benefits of metal roofing.
Which Foley Roofing is for Me?
The best way to discover which is for you is to have a professional roofing inspector perform an inspection of your home. Contact Platinum Roofing for a professional inspection of your home to determine which roof is right for you. Platinum Roofing has the experts in both shingle and metal roofing.