Shingle Roofing

Team Work on a Shingle Roof

Asphalt roof shingles are also known as composite shingles. They are considered a “composition” product because of the way they are manufactured. A fiberglass or cellulose mat is saturated, covered with asphalt, and then layered with ceramic-coated mineral granules.

 

Asphalt shingles come in different thicknesses depending on the type of shingle and the manufacturer. The roofing professionals at All Phase Construction can help you understand all the available options.

Types of Roof Shingles

There are three types of shingles: 3-tab shingles, architectural shingles (also known as dimensional shingles), and designer shingles. The first two classic types of shingles are the more economical. 

  • Three-tab shingles: are the most affordable and have a thinner profile than other types of shingles. They are relatively durable and don’t require a great deal of maintenance.
  • Architectural shingles: are also known as dimensional shingles, and are a step up from three-tab shingles. They’re slightly thicker and can be designed to look like other types of roofing materials.
  • Designer shingles: are the premium option. They are bigger and thicker, making them more durable than classic shingles. They can mimic the appearance of slate or tile, creating a more high-end look.

All Phase Construction will help you weigh the benefits and costs of the various options so you can make the best choice for your roofing project.

Shingle Roof Project

Roof Shingle Warranty

In addition to considering materials, durability, and appearance, a key factor in deciding which shingles are best for your roof is their warranties. These can vary considerably depending on the region you are in. Florida homeowners should focus on the different labor, material, wind, and algae warranties available.

 

Many manufacturers will not issue a warranty if the contractor is not credentialed with them. Furthermore, many contractors do not register the warranties with the manufacturer, leaving homeowners without the coverage they assumed they had. All Phase Construction will be upfront about the available warranties, make sure you are registered with the manufacturer, and provide proof of that registration.

Shingle Roof Repair or Replacement

Once we’ve done a roof inspection and identified the source of any issues, we will work with you to develop a repair plan. A full roof replacement may be needed if the damage is more extensive. We’ll always be upfront and honest about our roof assessment and offer you the best solution. Contact us today to get started.

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  • 29 years combined experience
  • We install and repair ALL types of roofs
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