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Types of Roof Shingles

Asphalt Shingles
Asphalt Shingles

Roof Shingle Types. Asphalt roofing shingles are available in two primary forms: three-tab and dimensional. Three-tab asphalt shingles are a linear, traditional style that is rapidly declining in popularity and gradually disappearing altogether. Dimensional roofing shingles are preferred by today’s discerning homeowners.

Atlas
Atlas

Your roof. Your vision. We'll help you create it with Design Inspirations from Atlas. Start Your Design

Certainteed
Certainteed

CertainTeed’s tried-and-true architectural laminate roofing shingle, Landmark is designed to replicate the appearance of cedar shake roofing, Landmark is available in an impressive array of colors that compliment any trim, stucco or siding.

Certainteed Presidential Shake
Certainteed Presidential Shake

Presidential Shake is the original luxury shingle created to replicate the look of cedar shakes with the performance of fiber glass construction. Presidential Shake shingles deliver the charm and character of hand-split wood shakes with the durability and strength that presides over wood in virtually every surrounding.

Clay and Concrete Tiles
Clay and Concrete Tiles

While both concrete and clay tiles outperform most other roofing materials in durability, at the end of the day clay is a more durable material than concrete. Concrete tiles may last between 30 to 50 years, while clay tiles may well last over 100 years.

Decra
Decra

DECRA ® Profiles . Exceeding expectations through innovation . The strength and durability of a stone coated steel roof is combined with the versatile good looks of a tile, shake or shingle profile to give you a DECRA ® roofing system. DECRA ® panels have a unique interlocking design, that withstand high winds and add shear strength.

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Elk
Elk

Roofing shingles and materials, plus factory-certified roofers (including ratings from real homeowners!) from North America's largest roofing manufacturer. Residential and commercial roofing, shingles, slate, roof ventilation, roof underlayments, asphaltic and TPO roof membranes.

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Gaf
Gaf

GAF roofing shingles are top-of-the-line asphalt shingles that offer a variety of styles and colors to complement your home and taste. Discover more now.

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GAF Monaco
GAF Monaco

From shingle styles to color schemes, find the perfect design for your future home.

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Green Roofs
Green Roofs

A green roof is a roof that is covered in plants, which reduces stormwater run-off and lowers cooling costs. Find out how a green roof can help the environment.

Malarkey
Malarkey

Malarkey Roofing Products® offers a full line of advanced commercial roofing systems for low slope roofing applications. Malarkey is focused on providing the most innovative low slope products along with the best technical and customer service in the roofing industry.

Malarkey Legacy
Malarkey Legacy

Malarkey Roofing Products® offers a full line of advanced commercial roofing systems for low slope roofing applications. Malarkey is focused on providing the most innovative low slope products along with the best technical and customer service in the roofing industry.

Membrane Roofing Material:
Membrane Roofing Material:

When it comes to covering up a flat roof, your options are both limited and expansive. What that means in a nutshell is that your traditional roofing materials such as asphalt shingles, concrete tiles, and corrugated metal are out of the window.

Metal Roofing
Metal Roofing

On average, you can expect to pay between $5.50 and $12.00 per square foot of metal roofing installed. Granted, this is a pretty wide pricing range, but you can expect a metal shingle roof to average between $7.00 to $10.00 per square foot installed, while a standing seam metal roof will cost between $9.00 to $12.00 per square foot installed.

Metal:
Metal:

A metal roof is not simply nailed to the roof deck like its “ugly” cousin, asphalt shingles. 😉 To install a typical metal roof, it can take up to two to three times longer than installing a comparable asphalt shingles roof.

Owens Corning
Owens Corning

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Owens Corning Berkshire
Owens Corning Berkshire

Missing shingles can lead to leaks and other interior damage. The quality and performance of the sealant on a shingle helps plays an important part in wind resistance performance. Owens Corning certifies our shingles to industry recognized wind resistance standards through independent third-party testing laboratories.

Owens Corning Woodcrest AR
Owens Corning Woodcrest AR

Woodcrest® Shingles offer peace of mind by meeting the highest fire-resistance standards in the industry, Class A. These shingles are available in colorful distinctive blends that are inspired by nature so say goodbye to your limited, faded, and monotone color options of real wood.

Rubber Slate
Rubber Slate

Rubber shingles are made from recycled materials such as tires, slate dust, saw dust, plastic bags, etc. Unlike standard wooden and slate ones, the rubber roofing shingles cost is quite affordable. In contrast to traditional roofing materials recycled shingles are very economical.

Slate
Slate

DaVinci Slate is a complete line of synthetic slate roofing materials that are natural in appearance, incredibly durable, and easy to install. The other composite slate shingles on the market pale by comparison. The DaVinci slate roofing materials are manufactured from a state-of-the-art engineered polymer, fashioned to look like genuine slate roofing, and are available in a broad palette of beautiful and distinctive colors and blends.

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Slate Shingles:
Slate Shingles:

DaVinci slate roofing is an economical choice, at approximately one-half the installed cost of natural slate shingles. DaVinci Slate is also lightweight, freeze/thaw resistant, Class A fire rated (with standard underlayment), UL 2218 Class 4 impact rated, and wind resistant to 110 mph.

Solar Tiles
Solar Tiles

Development of solar roof tiles and solar shingles (most famously by Dow) has been evolving for many years, and a number of companies have taken a stab at designing a versatile, subtle rooftop solar medium that could be considered a genuine roofing material rather than a module add-on.

Stone-Coated Steel
Stone-Coated Steel

Therefore, stone coated steel roofs are usually at least double the cost of asphalt shingles. However, despite the higher upfront costs, stone coated steel roofs certainly hold a few advantages over traditional asphalt shingles: Stone coated steel roofs use recycled materials. Asphalt shingles do not. Metal is more energy efficient.

Tamko Heritage Woodgate
Tamko Heritage Woodgate

Tamko Heritage WoodGate Review Just enough different to notice: We are giving you a bit larger look at this shingle so you don’t confuse it with a standard dimensional shingle like the “normal” Heritage shingles.

Tile:
Tile:

A roof is a roof is a roof….wrong. There really are superior roofing materials available. If you are trying to decide what kind of material to use on your roof here are some facts about the differences between using tile and using shingles for a new roof. There are many considerations of a tile roof or a shingle roof system.

Timberline
Timberline

Timberline® Lifetime Roofing Shingles – the #1-selling shingles in North America – offer the best combination of performance and value that you can get for your home.

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