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* Asphalt shingles: This is the type of roof most homeowners first think of when envisioning a roofing project. The three-tab asphalt shingle is the most commonly used roofing material. The economic value it offers is why this roof is one of the most popular. However, even though shingles are available in many different colors, homeowners seeking something unique may want to select a different roofing option. * Architectural shingle: Similar to an asphalt shingle, the architectural shingle is made to be thicker and the layers are staggered to give the roof a more architectural look. These shingles are only slightly more expensive than asphalt shingles, which still makes them a good value. * Wood shakes and shingles:  Instead of asphalt, wood makes an ideal roofing material that's also pleasing to the eye. Over time wood will weather to different shades, which can help the home blend in with the environment. Wood shakes can be expensive to install, and will require periodic cleaning to remove mildew or moss, and may need reoiling for preservation. There are also "fake" wood shingles that are made of composite materials that may offer the look of wood without the maintenance.
887 S. Main Street Ext. Punxsutawney, PA 15767
814.938.9520
Roofer on a Ladder with Shingle Paper Certainteed Logo GAF Logo Ludowici Roof Tile Logo Alpine SnowGuard Logo Dunkel Roofing Tan Logo Dunkel Roofing Workers Logo Dunkel Roofing Copper Logo
© 2015 All rights reserved. Website built, maintained and powered by ZZLocal, LLC www.zzlocal.com
* Asphalt shingles: This is the type of roof most homeowners first think of when envisioning a roofing project. The three-tab asphalt shingle is the most commonly used roofing material. The economic value it offers is why this roof is one of the most popular. However, even though shingles are available in many different colors, homeowners seeking something unique may want to select a different roofing option. * Architectural shingle: Similar to an asphalt shingle, the architectural shingle is made to be thicker and the layers are staggered to give the roof a more architectural look. These shingles are only slightly more expensive than asphalt shingles, which still makes them a good value. * Wood shakes and shingles:  Instead of asphalt, wood makes an ideal roofing material that's also pleasing to the eye. Over time wood will weather to different shades, which can help the home blend in with the environment. Wood shakes can be expensive to install, and will require periodic cleaning to remove mildew or moss, and may need reoiling for preservation. There are also "fake" wood shingles that are made of composite materials that may offer the look of wood without the maintenance.
Roofer on a Ladder with Shingle Paper Certainteed Logo GAF Logo Ludowici Roof Tile Logo Alpine SnowGuard Logo
887 S. Main Street Ext. Punxsutawney, PA 15767
814.938.9520
Dunkel Roofing Worker Logo Dunkel Roofing Tan Logo Dunkel Roofing Copper Logo