Commercial/Residential Siding

Asphalt Roofing

The most popular roofing material in use today is unquestionably asphalt. It appeals to both home and business owners due to the wide range of colours, shapes, and styles, as well as its affordability. Typically, it is available in 3 styles:

  • 3- Tab (entry-level, least priced)
  • Architectural (3-dimensional appearance)
  • Premium (longer lifespan, more original style)

Pros Of
Asphalt Roofing:

  • Upfront least costly option
  • Vast selection of colours and designs available
  • The lifespan of premium shingles is 30 to 50 years.
  • Lighter than many other types of roofing
  • Able to resemble the appearance of various roofing materials, such as
    wood or slate
  • Comparatively simple to setup

Cons Of
Asphalt Roofing:

  • Roofs that are not as durable as others (like slate, copper, etc.)
  • Not as strong as other materials
  • Not able to withstand large temperature swings
  • Asphalt may fracture and lose its colour in conditions of extreme heat.
  • Greater upkeep is necessary than with certain materials.
  • Despite the fact that they may be recycled, they are not as ecologically beneficial.

We Provide A 10-Year Workmanship Warranty With Our Asphalt Roofing.

Why choose Insured Roofs Services
for your roofing needs?

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They replace my entire roof and were entirely happy with the entire process. Judd was great, pleasant, and proactive. They did a great job protecting my deck during the job and did a great job cleaning up afterward. I will certainly use them!

I had my roof replaced with SBG home exteriors and I couldn’t have been happier to decide to go with them for my home project. I didn’t even know the extent of damage I had on my roof until I was approached by them and got a free inspection done. The team was very straight forward and very responsive to all my concerns.

This was first-class customer service and experience.

Hard workers start to finish, and a beautiful outcome."

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Not at all, no. Organic shingles, which are formed from waste paper that has been drenched in asphalt, are more fire-resistant than fibreglass shingles but less durable (made with a base layer of glass fibre reinforcing mat). Nowadays, fibreglass shingles are increasingly prevalent and provide far greater fire protection, albeit they are still not entirely fire-proof.

We can definitely get you organic shingles if you decide you want them. However, despite their name, they are actually less environmentally friendly than fiberglass shingles, because they require high asphalt (oil based) content to be waterproof. The term “organic” is simply used to imply that they have a base of natural materials (in this case, paper).

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