Composite Roof Middle Village NY

A composite roof is a type of roof popular with homeowners around the world. This particular type of roof utilizes a type of shingle known as composite shingles, which we will examine in detail.


1 . Local Companies

AJ NYC CONSTRUCTION CORP
(917) 470-0009
2080 EAST 61st ST
Brooklyn, NY
Marc V. Cottone General contractor
718 983 7840
49 morse ave.
Staten Island, NY
First Housing Management, Inc.
(973) 340-1616
106 Route 46 East
Saddle Brook, NJ
Nest Contracting
(646) 405-7787
24878 89th ave
Bellerose, NY
JC and Sons Home Improvement Corp.
(917) 652-6852
84-72 130th Street
Kew Gardens, NY
CEK International
(646) 468-4223
600 West 115 Street
New York, NY
KS Construction and Kitchen Cabinets
(917) 864-2670
19541 Jamaica Avenue
Hollis, NY
Goode Green
212-226-6770
176 Grand Street
New York, NY
Leak Enders
516-620-4575
584 Mineola Ave
Carle Place, NY
ACJ Remodeling
(347) 688-7909
1146 East 92nd St
Brooklyn, NY
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2 . Composite Roof Shingles

Composite roof shingles are a type of shingles used by roofers in a large number of homes. It is one of the most popular types of shingles because it is made of a durable material and looks attractive as well. Many new homes constructed in the United States use composite shingles. However, a large number of other homes use this type of roof shingles because they are often a cheaper alternative to using tile or slate. Composite roof shingles are made of asphalt and other materials, hence the name composite. There are a number of benefits to using this type of shingle, which will be discussed in a later section. One particular benefit is that they are available in a number of styles, colors, and sizes. The most popular type of roof shingle is the 3-tab or strip shingle, which typically comes with a 20-year warranty. The next most popular option is the architectural shingle, followed by the laminated shingle.

3 . Benefits of Composite Shingles

There are a large number of benefits or advantages to using composite shingles, which is why they are such a popular choice for roofing installers. The first advantage is that they are extremely easy to install, especially when compared to other types of roofing materials. When tile or slate is installed, the installer must be careful to line up the pieces in a manner that appeals to both the eye and the house. The installer also needs to use specific tools to cut the pieces to fit any odd shapes. In some cases, any imperfections in the roof must also be fixed prior to the shingles being added. With composite shingles, the pieces can be cut with a small knife. Another advantage to composite roof shingles is that they are relatively inexpensive. 3-tab shingles are the cheapest, while shingles that are used to replicate another type of material are slightly more expensive. This guarantees that all homeowners can find a type of shingle to meet their needs and budget. The greatest, or best advantage to using composite roof shingles is that they are readily available and easy to find. Both wholesalers and traditional home improvement stores keep the shingles in stock, or can specially order a specific type. This makes it easy for homeowners to find a shingle to meet their needs, and have them delivered in a timely manner.

4 . 3-tab Composite Shingles

3-tab composite shingles are the most popular type of composite roof shingles sold in the United States. This type of shingle is used in both new construction, and when an old roof is replaced by the building owner. 3-tab shingles is the cheapest type of composite roof shingles available on the market today, and typically come with a 20-year warranty. This warranty applies only to the shingles themselves, and not the installation or parts used by the installer. 3-tab composite shingles are available in a number of colors, and are easy to install.

Unfortunately, there are a few drawbacks to using this type of shingle. The first is that most of the shingles look very similar, even if different colors are used. The shingle is also only available in one size, which can showcase any imperfections, damage, or sagging on the roof line. 3-tab shingles also have a very short life expectancy in relation to other types of roofing shingles. A 20-year warranty may sound like a long time, but not when compared to the 30 or 50 year warranties offered with other types of shingles. Those who are looking for a temporary solution, or cannot afford a more expensive type of roofing shingle are more likely to use the 3-tab type of shingle.