What is Composition Roof?

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Composition roofs are commonly used for their affordability, durability, and versatility. Unlike the color of your roof which you can easily change at any time, composition shingles will stand the test of time with no major maintenance required. They also offer a low-maintenance option as they don’t require painting or sealing like other types do every few years to keep them looking good! Compositions roofs are made of recycled paper, fiberglass, and asphalt. Each shingle includes a layer of mineral-filled insulation to keep the roof protected from damage in extreme temperatures or high winds. The top is coated with ceramic granules for weather protection as well as an aesthetic touch that will match your exterior design perfectly! Weatherproof composite roofs can be found in a variety colors designs like tan, black and grey; perfect for any home’s style whether traditional southern gothic Victorian or modern minimalist postmodernist styles you’re sure to find something suitable at Roofing in Aurora Co.

One of the biggest advantages to composite shingles is their affordability. They are cheaper than clay or slate tiles and also offer a wide range of colors, styles, textures so you can find one that matches your home perfectly. And they’re light too!

The downside?

Well with any product there’s always going to be some disadvantages- sometimes it just comes down what works for you best in regard to preference and budget constraints. Composite shingles might not work as well in high winds since they aren’t fully anchored into place like other types would be but if this isn’t an issue then these affordable options won’t either!

Have you been thinking about a new roof?

It’s important to know that asphalt shingles are still the most common choice for roofs in America. They share many traits with composite shingles, but some key differences exist as well. Composite ceiling tiles can be manufactured to mimic other materials like wood shake or slate siding and they often come standard with an extended warranty of up to 60 years, while ordinary asphalt ones only have 20 year warranties on average unless modified by underlayment’s etc…we will help get your home back in shape after weather damage! Asphalt is currently the most popular type of shingle used throughout U.S., followed closely by composites (although there can be huge variation between states). Give us a call today for more information about your roof!