Residential Roofing in MN

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Composition Shingles

 

Composition shingles are a great choice for almost all residential roofs! Homeowners love composition shingles because they’re an affordable choice and they give homes that clean, American look. Higher-quality versions of composition shingles are made from asphalt or fiberglass. These shingles can offer a more durable option for your home. Fiberglass especially is a nice environmentally friendly option, usually made with recycled content.

 

The various brands, colors, and types of composition shingles allow flexibility for each homeowner to get the look and feel they desire for their home. This versatility also allows for an adaption to different applications and installations. Composition shingles are relatively easy to install. Some applications can even be nailed directly onto an existing roof! Homeowners love composition shingles because they require extremely low maintenance and can even be walked upon without damaging occurring to the roof of the residence. Class A fire protection is assumed by most composition shingle brands, giving homeowners extra piece of mind and also helps lower the price of property, or fire insurance.

 
 

 


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Wood Shingles

 

Wood shingles can be the perfect touch to complete the unique aesthetic of your home! Wooden roofs offer a completely natural look with a depth of character you won’t find in other types of shingles. Wood shingles offer a uniqueness to buildings and structures because of their extreme variations in color, size, and cut of the wood. A wooden roof sets homes apart from every other property on the block. No two wooden shake roofs will ever be the same!

 

Homeowners also enjoy wood shingles because of the immense energy benefits. A wooden roof helps to insulate the attic in the winter, and allows airflow throughout the house in the summer! This happens by the circulating air that flows through small openings under the felt rows which is the base upon which the wooden shingles are initially installed.

 

A note should be made that wood shake roofs do require proper long-term maintenance. If wooden shingles aren’t watched closely they will not last as long as other shingles. Repair is always an option for homeowners, but isn’t always the most cost effective. If you have wooden shingles currently make sure to keep an eye out for insect infiltration, as well as rotting and mold.

 

In order to meet national fire safety standards, Welter Construction recommends that homeowners interested in wooden shingles use pressure-treated shingles that are pre-saturated with fire retardants. Pressure treating your shingles extends their lifespan and ensures fire safety performance.

 

Tile Shingles

 

In the past few years, concrete and clay tile roofs have gained momentum among homeowners as the choice tile for residential roofs. This is primarily due to low maintenance and long-term durability. While tile shingles are generally more expensive than wood or composite shingles, they can be a great middle of the road option for most homeowners. Tile roofs are made out of either clay or concrete. Clay costs slightly more than concrete tile.

 

Clay and concrete tile shingles are equally durable, outlasting almost every other type of residential roof. Most tile shingle manufacturers completely stand by the longevity of their product, offering warranties of up to 50 years! The incredible durability and low maintenance necessity of tile shingles is a huge selling point for residential roof owners. Homeowners have little to worry about when installing a tile roof, and can have the peace of mind knowing their tile roof could even outlast the residence itself! Don’t believe us? Go check out the ancient structures from Neolithic China where the tile roofing still exists and functions today!

 

Tile roofing also adds residential value to homes due to the unique variability of color, size, and shape options that clay and concrete tile shingles offer. Modern manufactures are able to produce tile shingles that replicate almost all architectural styles. Whether homeowners desire to attain a more contemporary aesthetic, or are trying to replicate an ancient style from Spanish, European, Greek, or Chinese roofing culture, tile shingles are able to accommodate! Clay and concrete tile offers a range of possibility that is limitless, adding unique long-term value to each residence.

 

Slate Shingles

 

Slate tile roofing is one of the most beautiful roofing options available to residential homeowners today! Slate shingles are a great long term investment for homeowners. With little to no maintenance required, protracted durability, and encompassing aesthetic style, slate shingles are a great roofing solution for generations to come!

 

Differences

There a few different types of slate shingles with a few variables amongst brands. The two big differences are synthetic slate shingles and natural, or quarried, slate shingles.

 

Benefits

While slate shingles can be more expensive than other types of shingles, there are immense benefits for getting slate shingles for your residential roof! While regular tiles absorb water, slate tiles effectively repel water because of their non-porous material. Slate tile rarely uses virgin polymers to ensure once your shingles are placed they are going to stay consistent for years to come! Slate shingles are also embedded with UV and color stabilization technology that keeps your shingles from fading over time. Slate shingles are also known for resisting common issues that other shingles face such as cracking, mold issues, water erosion, algae, curling, and termites or insect infiltration.

 

Why Slate

Slate roofing really embraces both the science and the art of up scale roofing. The 100% recyclable state of the art material is specifically designed for no mandatory maintenance. Upper-class residences all over the world use slate shingles to set their homes apart.

 

Metal

 

While most homeowners don’t think of metal roofing being an option for their place of residence, metal roofing is exploding across the nation in the home roofing market. While there are other types of roofing that are temporarily cheaper, metal roofs long-term sustainability are a much better purchase for the future. Where other roofing materials such as asphalt needs to be repaired or re-installed every 10-15 years, metal roofing lasts a lifetime!

 

Aethstetic Variability

Without doing proper research, homeowners might think of metal roofing as simply being shiny gray metal atop barns in the countryside. This could not be further from the truth! While some may say metal looks like metal, the rapid innovation of metal roofing technology provides an aesthetic variability to metal roofing that is unparalleled when compared to any other roofing options on the market. Metal roofing variations both in make, style, color, and finish are so extensive that metal roofing can match any other style of shingle on the market from asphalt or tile to slate or shake. Metal roofing has the aesthetic flexibility to replicate the exact look homeowners desire for their residence.

 

Energy Efficiency

The reflective surface of residential metal roofs are surprisingly extremely energy efficient. Energy efficient metal roofs can come in either light or dark colors. The light colors effectively dissipate heat from the surface of the metal in the summer, while also retaining heat in the winter. The darker metal roofs use the reflective surface to draw the heat into the roof, then distributing the heat over the top, but not into the house causing an insulating effect in the winter months while still dissipating heat during the summer months.

 

Metal roofing is a beautiful, safe, and wonderful long-term investment option for all homeowners.

 

 

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