FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
- Asphalt Shingles
The most common residential roofing material used in the United States, asphalt shingles are popular because they are economical and easy to install. These shingles can be reinforced with fiberglass or organic materials (cellulose) without changing the appearance of the shingle.
Residential roofs can be made of asphalt, ceramic tile, slate, wood, and metal.
Corrugated galvanized steel is one of the strongest, most durable roofing materials, since it lasts longer, is more resistant to wind, and absorbs less heat than asphalt shingles.
Rolled roofing is one of the easiest and cheapest roofing materials you can purchase. Plus, it is one of few types of roofs that most homeowners can install on a do-it-yourself basis, although in a limited fashion
Gable roofs, also known as pitched or peaked roofs, are one of the most popular roof types in the United States. Gable roofs have a triangular shape and are what many people envision when they think of a traditional roof design.