Roof Types in Fort Worth
Lighthouse Residential Roofing, LLC installs many different kinds of roofing materials. The two most popular types of roofing in Fort Worth, Texas are asphalt shingles and metal roof panels.
Both Materials are very durable and can last for many years, and your roofing contractor can help advise you about which type is best for you.
If you are going for a traditional or classic look for your roof then asphalt Shingles are an ideal choice. If modern is in your decor then you may want to consider going for a metal roof.
We understand that picking the material for one of your largest investments is a difficult choice. If you have any questions give Lighthouse Residential Roofing, LLC a call. We will guide you through roof types so you can make the appropriate choice for your home.
Asphalt Shingles are the most commonly applied roofing system mainly because it is economical and versatile. In addition, asphalt shingles are easy to cut, apply, and fit, as well as being compatible with many different kinds of flashing and roof edging products, making them popular among roof types.
Shingle roofing does not require specialized accessories for roof edges, wall terminations, and chimney or vent flashing's. They come in a variety of colors and styles which will enhance the aesthetic pleasure of your home.
They are also available in different grades with an expected life of 20-50 years depending on the price. When you want a standard roof and affordable pricing then shingle roofing is a great choice, and our roofing company can help you better understand your options.
While the initial cost for a high quality Metal Roof may be higher than most other roofing materials, you'll save money in the long run. Metal roofing can last a lifetime, whereas traditional roofing materials such as asphalt shingles, require replacement every 15 to 25 years or the next hail storm.
The benefits of metal roofing far outweigh traditional roofing materials. Some of these benefits include increased property value, deduction in homeowner's insurance, tax credits, and reduced heating and cooling costs.
When you think of metal roofing, it is a mistake to think of that tin roof that your grandpa had on his barn. Today metal roofing is available in every style you can imagine.
It can be made to look just like traditional roofing materials such as asphalt shingle, clay tile, cedar shake or slate. Call our pros to find out more about the roof types you can choose from for your Fort Worth home.
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