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Different Types of Roofing Systems

Different Types of Roofing Systems

If you’re looking into re-roofing your home, you have an extensive list of possibilities to evaluate. Below are some overviews of the most common roofing options.

Metal Roofing Systems

Metal roofs are popular among homeowners for a variety of reasons. Chief among them is their longevity. These roofs typically last the lifetime of a home, with their durable material and solid construction helping them withstand severe weather. Additionally, metal roofs are environmentally friendly and energy-efficient. The metal is recyclable, and its reflective properties can help lower monthly cooling and heating costs. There are multiple styles of metal roofs on the market, including tin, zinc, aluminum, copper, and steel. Metal roofing does tend to cost more than other types, though the upside is that it will only be a one-time expense due to the long lifespan of the material.

Asphalt Roofing Systems

Asphalt shingles have long been the top choice for most homeowners. Asphalt is most popular because of its value and versatility. These shingles are more affordable than other roofing options and are available in a wide assortment of colors and textures which allows them to easily accommodate a variety of different home styles. Moreover, many asphalt shingles boast weather-resistant, waterproof, and flame-retardant features that provide additional protection.

Other Roofing Systems

Other common choices for roofing include slate tiles and cedar shakes. Slate roofs have an attractive appearance that can lend charm and character to your home. They’re also incredibly durable and environmentally friendly as they’re made from a natural material. Cedar shakes can also enhance your home’s exterior by adding a natural wood aesthetic, and, as cedar is one of the strongest woods in existence, it’s an incredibly durable option. Cedar also has natural insulating properties, which can help your home stay cooler in the summer and warmer in the winter.

Roofing with Frey Construction

Regardless of which roofing system you choose, Frey Construction’s goal is to install the last roof you will ever need for your particular home. We aim to offer the best materials and installation possible, and back all of our work with a 15-year labor warranty for your peace of mind. For proof of our commitment to customer satisfaction, refer to the fact that 70% of our business comes from returning customers.

For more information on our roofing options, contact Frey Construction today.