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Architectural asphalt shingles are the most popular roof type in the United States, as they are affordable, durable, and provide a beautiful dimensional look most homeowners are accustomed to.
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Luxury asphalt shingle roofs resemble a higher grade style such as slate or cedar but are less expensive. Some qualities of luxury shingles include tri-lamination (they are thicker and stronger), designer style, specialized color blends, and sometimes classified as Class IV impact resistant.
A metal roof is a roofing system made from metal pieces or tiles characterized by its high resistance, impermeability and longevity. It is a component of the building envelope. Zinc, copper and steel alloys are commonly used.
Synthetic shingles are state-of-the-art engineered products that provide comparable beauty, greater durability and easier installation than natural steep slope roofing products, such as clay tile, slate or cedar shake.
Wood roofs are built from thin, tapered pieces of cedar, and are a great option for certain styled-homes such as historical. The average lifespan of a wood shake roof is 30-40 years, but that can depend on a number of factors from typical climate to installation to storms.
Tile roofs significantly outperform other products like asphalt shingles, wood shakes, and even metal, lasting around 50 years. However, they are better suited for warmer dry climates since they resist heat and can become too heavy if covered by snow.