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Make a More Educated Decision About Your Next New Roof

Your next new roof should be a major decision, and one that should not be made lightly or without a bit of thought, brainstorming, and comparison. Making a more educated decision can help you to feel comfortable with and confident that the choice you make is right for your home or commercial property. Comparing various types can help you to make an informed decision, even if you have never worked with roofing in the past.

Asphalt Shingle

Asphalt shingles are the most common solution not only throughout the U.S. but also around the world. Some of the advantages of working with asphalt shingles include affordability as well as ease of installation. Unfortunately, although asphalt shingle are affordable and easy to find and to install, they often have a shorter overall lifespan and are much more susceptible to high winds, storms, and other natural disasters.

 

Wooden

Opting for wooden is much more uncommon than going with traditional asphalt shingles. However, wooden roofing lasts much longer than traditional asphalt, sometimes upwards of 25 years in total. It is important to note choosing wood is much more expensive than alternatives on the market, including both asphalt shingles as well as metal solutions. If you are living in an area that is prone to wildfires or any type of fire, it is best to steer clear of choosing a wooden roof for your home or place of business.

 

Metal Roofing Solutions

Metal roofing options have become increasingly popular and in-demand in the past few decades alone. Choosing metal may not be the first solution you think of when you are considering investing, but it may be the right choice depending on your property as well as your roofing needs.

Metal roofing solutions are extremely appealing and attractive to homeowners and property investors as they have a lifespan of 60 years or more, depending on the type of metal roofing you have chosen. Additionally, metal roofing can help you lower insurance rates because they are less likely to catch fire or to become damaged in high winds, storms, and other natural weather disaster instances. Investing in metal is optimal if you are interested in getting creative with your roof choice since there are hundreds of color swatches and options available.

Before opting for metal roofing, it is important to note that you may require specialized roofers. Additionally, metal roofing is costly and will require much more investment than standard and traditional roofing jobs.

Understanding the different types of roofing can help you to make your next roof decision that is right for your home based on your current location, your home’s structure, as well as your budget and long-term plans you have for your home. With the knowledge and education of roofing and types, select the roofing that provides the highest return on investment for your home and future plans. Call Steele Restoration for help with this important decision.