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Types of Roofing [City]

Types of Roof Shingles
There are a few things to take into consideration when you are thinking of replacing your home’s roof with new shingles. A new shingled roof is a big investment, so you’ll want to take into consideration the cost to install certain roof shingle types as well as the lifespan you can expect from each

You’ll want to make sure your new roof will last for the amount of time you plan to own your home. The average life expectancy of a new asphalt shingle roof is 15 to 20 years.

Architectural shingle colors
Here are the most common types of roof shingles homeowners choose to have installed on their home:

3 Tab Asphalt Shingles
Asphalt shingle roofing [city] costs are the most affordable as far as installation goes. They are the most common type of roof replacements or new home roof installations that homeowners choose. There are three main types of asphalt shingles: 3-tab asphalt, fiberglass asphalt, and architectural style asphalt shingles. 3 tab asphalt shingles are the most affordable shingle to install but they are thinner, have an organic-mat paper base, and wear out more quickly than fiberglass or architectural shingles.

The average price for a 3 tab asphalt shingle roof costs anywhere between $5,000 to $8,000 depending on the slope, pitch, and size of your roof. You can expect to pay as little as $.85 to $1.50 per sq. foot or $85 to $150 per square installed on a standard sized single story home. Architectural shingles are a bit more expensive to install at around $1.50 to $5.50 per square foot.Though some homeowners are handy enough when it comes to installing metal roofing, we highly suggest hiring a local professional to complete the job.

The 5 most common metal roofing materials include:

Aluminum Metal Roofs
Copper Roof Shingles
Steel Roofing which come in galvalume, galvanized, and corten (weathering steel)
Tin Metal Roofs
Zinc

Metal roofing shingles
Wood Shingled Roofs
Wooden roof shingles are composed from several different types of wood that are split into thin sections. There are two style options of wooden roofs called wood shake or wood shingles. The difference between the two is that wood shingles are cut into perfect shapes while wood shakes are sawn off and hand split to give it a more rustic look. Wood shingle installation costs $4.25 to $9.50 per square foot or $425 to $950 per square. Wood shingles can last anywhere from 15 to 50 years depending on the type of wood that’s used and how it is treated before being installed on the home.

Estimates based on actual cost of thousands of projects completed by Modernize contractor partners.
Wood Shake Roofs
Wood shake roofing shingles are typically composed of cedar and they are created from cedar trees that are between 200 and 300 years old. To make the shingles, logs are split into sections known as shakes. This is what gives the shingles that characteristic rough look. The shingles are known for lasting longer than asphalt shingles when installed and maintained properly and they have a classy look to them, but they are more expensive and not environmentally sustainable.Wood shake is usually more expensive than wood shingles, they can cost around $6 to $10 per square foot. Wood shake can last from 30 to 40 years with regular maintenance.

Slate
Slate roofing [city] lasts more than 100 years. It won’t burn, is waterproof and resists mold and fungus. Slate is effective in wet climates but is expensive, heavy and may be easily broken when stepped on. Keep this in mind if you live in an area that experiences hail.

Solar Shingles
Solar roofing shingles are one of the most modern types of roof shingles you can install today. They’re of course more expensive compared to other roofing options but they aren’t there just to keep water out of your home. Solar shingles are designed to generate electricity to power your home. Solar shingle installation on average costs $21 to $25 per square foot or $2,100 to $2,500 per square. Solar shingles are pleasing in appearance, but you won’t need to install them over the entirety of your home’s roof. You’ll need to decide what type of roofing you would want to install alongside your solar roof shingles. Solar shingles only function optimally on the south side of a roof, and that’s where they should be installed if at all possible. Eastern and western exposures are possible too, but they won’t be as efficient. Solar shingles can last from 20 to 25 years.

Composite plastic shingles
Tile Roofing Shingles
Tile roofing shingles are one of the most durable roofing types you can install, but that’s only the case when the tiles are installed properly. When placed on a mortar bed, the tiles are known to slip off after just a decade or so. Tiles aren’t very expensive to purchase depending on the type of tile you choose, but the installation will cost you a premium. You also may have to pay to have your roof strengthened to handle the weight of a new tile roof before it’s installed. Some tile roof is in line with metal roofing as far as lifespan goes and can lasts up to 100 years with proper maintenance. There are 8 different types of roofing tiles that you will see installed, the most common are:

Bituminous Tiles
Ceramic Clay Tiles
Composite Tiles
Concrete Interlocking Tiles
Copper Tiles
Metal Tiles
Polymer Sand Tiles
Stone Slate Tiles

Tile roof shingles
Average Roof Shingle Lifespan
Depending on the roof shingle type you have installed on your home and the extremities of the climate in your area you should be able to determine exactly how long your new roof replacement will last. Here is a list of all roof types especially tile roofs [city] the lifespan you can expect for it to have before needing to be replaced: