The Benefits Of Copper
Copper is a durable choice for homeowners who want a long-lasting and fireproof material. Copper can last up to 100 years, but it’s also lightweight. Most copper that’s used in roofs is also up to 75% recycled and this, when combined with its longevity, makes it an excellent choice for homeowners who want an environmentally friendly roof.
Wood is popular because of its natural look. As roofs age, the shingles turn to a soft gray color. However, this aging doesn’t mean that homeowners will be replacing them often. Wooden shingles have a lifespan of up to 30 years, when they’re taken care of. Like traditional asphalt shingles, it’s easy to repair or replace just a few shingles if they are blown off in a storm, which means it’s unnecessary to reroof the whole house. Lastly, because wood is a natural insulator, it may even reduce heating and cooling costs.
Using Slate For Roofs
One of the biggest benefits of using slate for a home’s roof is that it can last up to 150 years when it’s properly installed. It’s also fireproof, which means it’s especially appropriate for homes in areas that are susceptible to wildfires, and is eco-friendly because it’s a substance that naturally occurs in the earth and it helps keep other materials out of landfills because homeowners won’t need to replace it every 20-30 years.
The Most Common Material From Roofing Companies — Asphalt
Asphalt is the most commonly used material for roofs and there are a few good reasons for this. Asphalt looks good with very little maintenance and although heavy winds can damage shingles, it’s possible for
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