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Types of Roofing

Types of Roofing

If your home requires roofing repairs or installations, there are many types of roofing suited to its design and style. Choosing the best roof material for your home takes nuance and knowledge about roofing materials. At His and Hers Construction, we are experts with helping our clients decide which roofing material is best suited for their home. If you are striving to expand the property value of your home with a new roof, look no further than our consultation about roofs.

Types of Roof Materials

There are six distinct roofing materials that range in installation costs, life span, and style. Our roofing experts will never limit our clients to just one option while preserving the personality of their home. When the time comes to install a new roof, His and Hers Construction will focus on practical, affordable, and stylish renovations. To enhance our client’s knowledge about roof materials, we have listed the six types of roof materials.

Asphalt: The ever-present asphalt shingles are implanted on many roofs due to their cost efficiency and ability to resist the elements. Asphalt shingles vary in color and can match the architectural design of a home. Whether your home has a lighter or darker tone, asphalt shingles can coordinate with the design. Due to their versatility, we recommend these shingles for many roofing repairs.

Coating: Many homes lack the necessary roofing materials to shield environmental conditions—such as sunlight, frost, snow, and rain. Roof coatings are composed of a resin solution that durably coats cracks and ridges on roofs. If homeowners view moisture and mold as a threat to attics and roofs, the coating will help protect their home from these factors.

Metal: If your home resides in an area with extreme weather conditions during the winter, it might be a good idea to consider metal roofing material. Even the most severe storms are no match for metal roof panels that will keep your home well insulated. Not only are metal roof panels highly durable, but they are relatively simple to install and will keep the property value of your home protected long-term.

Tile and Clay: These roofing materials are among the most stylish of choices. There is a wide range of colors and textures available to customize your roof or fit the design pattern of a neighborhood. Even though tile and clay materials may not be suited for all types of homes—such as homes that endure more frigid weather conditions—they add aesthetic and security when correctly installed.

TPO: This roofing material is great for both residential and municipal businesses to completely keep our rain and moisture. The color palette may be limited to basic shades of white and grey, but TPO serves its purpose with keeping roofs leak-free. TPO—or thermoplastic polyolefin—is installed in sheets and can extend for many across the tops of municipal businesses.

EPDM: Like TPO, EDPM (ethylene propylene diene monomer rubber) serves to protect municipal and residential buildings from snow, rain, and sleet. The fundamental difference between these two roofing materials resides in the EDPM’s ability to withstand severe fire hazards. Many businesses select EPDM to lower the risks of fires and environmental damage from storms and rain.

We Handle All Kinds of Roofs at His & Hers Roofing

Let His and Hers Construction refine our passion for installing aesthetically pleasing and highly reliable roofing materials! We service homes, businesses, and new construction plans in Illinois, Colorado, and Missouri. We are willing to travel and actively work with our clients to secure for their vision of a home with a sturdy roof that will last longer than a lifetime.

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