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  • 1. Roofing Contractors Mississauga” Suggested 8 Popular Residential Roofing Materials Roofing is a crucial home improvement project that significantly improves the curb appeal of your home. Roof repair is often treated as a complex chore especially by those unaware of the roofing materials. Numerous roofing contractors in Mississauga are offering a comprehensive range of residential roofing materials to adorn homes. Roofing plays a pivotal role in ensuring the security of your family. You need to choose the roofing material that best suits your surroundings and pocket.
  • 2. 8 Roofing Materials You Can’t Ignore Asphalt Asphalt shingles give a dark yet shimmery look to your home. They are the most popular material as they can endure adverse climatic conditions. They are inexpensive and can be bought in bundles. Their versatile nature and affordability makes them the ideal choice for chimneys, vents, edges, wall terminations and so on. They are easy to install and don’t require additional material for roofing edges. Ceramic Tiles These are probably the oldest roofing material but still hold a good reputation is warmer regions. These tiles are cheap and provide nice appearance. They require less maintenance and work wonders in areas facing intensive sunshine. Ceramic tiles can help in maintaining the room temperature and offer best value for money.
  • 3. Copper Copper is one of the most popular roofing materials in homes and businesses. It is very expensive material but it renders stunning appearance to your place. It provides sparkly reddish appearance to roofs.
  • 4. Glass Glass roofs are the most expensive maintenance material requiring timely maintenance and care. No doubt they add elegance and class to your place but they are not energy- efficient. They can be a little complex to handle as you can’t keep them clean all the time. Metal Metal is the most common roofing material. Metals are sturdy and there are some guidelines recommended by experts helping you make them corrosion free. Zinc layer, sealant and paint can safeguard the material to make it durable.
  • 5. Tin Tin is the one practical roofing material that lasts for a long period of time. It is a little more expensive than asphalt but will efficiently guard your property from all the external elements. Although, a lot of people find them unattractive; their durability gets them due recognition in the market.
  • 6. Steel Stainless steel is quite expensive metal roofing as it has anti- corrosion properties. There are various coatings that give them natural looks and can work reliably for many years. Slate Slate shingles are incredible and are extremely popular among people. They come in darker grey and black colors and no two shingles are identical. They are different in color, shape and texture adding more beauty and sophistication to home. Slate is a tough material that can withstand any climatic condition.
  • 7. Roof one provides repair, installation and maintenance services for all types of roofing material. Our roofing contractors are highly skilled and will ensure to install every roof shingle with perfection. Call us now to know the latest roofing styles and materials.