Different Types of Residential Roofing
It’s no secret that roof trouble can be very stressful for homeowners. If you’re wondering whether you need a new roof, there are several signs to look for: Curling or buckling shingles, missing shingles, or if shingle granules are falling into your gutters.
Another good rule of thumb is to know the age of your roof. If it’s more than 20 years old, it’s likely time to get it replaced. You can always schedule a free roof inspection with Feazel to determine the roof’s exact needs.
The next step is determining the type of roofing you’d like to have installed. Feazel does a lot of work with asphalt shingles, which are the most popular type of residential roof material. Asphalt shingles are very durable, but they’re also affordable. This makes them a great choice for many families in need of a roof repair or replacement.
You can rely on asphalt shingle roofs to stay strong throughout temperature changes and inclement weather. They’re also easy for Feazel to install, repair and maintain throughout the life of your roof.
Because environmental conservation is one Feazel’s core values, we donate used asphalt shingles to be made into asphalt for paving roads. The average Feazel project helps pave about 50 feet of road, keeping tons of roofing material out of landfills.
Another eco-friendly roofing option is cedar shake shingles, which are often made from wood that is recycled or sustainably farmed. This also means that your cedar shake roof is recyclable when it’s time to get it replaced.
Apart from the natural beauty of cedar, these roofs are also dependable and long-lasting. The wood is an excellent insulator, and holds up well in both hot and cold weather. If cared for properly, your cedar shake roof can last more than 30 years.
With our wide variety of colors and styles, Feazel can bring to life the roof you’ve always wanted! Start exploring your roofing options on our Design Your Home App, or contact us for a free inspection.