Metal or Synthetic Shingles Make a Great Long-Term Investment

Your roof is one of the most important components of your house. It not only protects your family and possessions from the elements, but it also facilitates the flow of water away from the frame and foundation of your home to prevent short-term and long-term structural damage. While traditional asphalt shingles are a popular and affordable option for your roof, with a bigger investment into metal, stone metal, or F-Wave synthetic shingles, you get superior protection and durability that requires less maintenance and lasts twice as long. If you are in need of new shingles on your home, Tichenor Inc. can provide you with expert service to ensure your home is protected for decades to come. In today’s post, we will discuss the types of residential roofing shingles available and the benefits of using each.

Traditional Asphalt Shingles

Asphalt is the perfect option for quick, affordable replacement. While they lack the strength and longevity of other products, asphalt shingles provide effective protection from the elements and should last about twenty years before they will require replacement.

Metal Shingles

Metal shingles provide greater resistance to wind than asphalt and offer much better protection against hail storms. They offer versatility in terms of style, as they are available in several designs, colors, and materials, so you can find an option that complements the rest of your home’s exterior décor while also adding value to your home.

Stone Metal Shingles

Reinforced with an eighth inch thick layer of acrylic, stone metal shingles give you added strength and protection to your home. These shingles will add significant value and curb appeal to your home, and because they require little maintenance, you will enjoy these shingles for decades with minimal effort required to keep them looking great.

F-Wave Synthetic Shingles

Carrying a Class 4 Impact Rating, F-Wave Synthetic Shingles can not only provide you with superior protection against large hail and high winds up to 130 mile per hour, but they can also lower you homeowners’ insurance costs while also minimizing the likelihood that you will require repair or replacement services. These synthetic shingles are designed to look like traditional shingles, and have a Class A fire rating, meaning that they will not burn unless exposed to extreme heat for at least 2 to 4 hours.

If you are in the market for new shingles on your roof, then contact the expert professionals at Tichenor Inc. Use this link to get a Free Estimate today!

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