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Types of Roofing Shingles for Roofs

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Roofing shingles avilable in variety of styles, colours and size. Find the right shingles to make your home roof more beautiful and safe.

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Types of Roofing Shingles for Roofs

  1. 1. Types of Shingles Material Presented By:
  2. 2. Roof Shingles ( Roof shingles are roof covering, consisting of individual overlapping elements ) Valley Valley Rake Eaves Ridge
  3. 3. 1. Asphalt Shingles 2. Wood Shingles 3. Slate Shingles 4. Solar Roof Shingles Types Roofing shingles are available in different shapes, sizes, thickness, colours and materials.
  4. 4. Asphalt shingles are one of the most widely used roofing material nowadays & mainly used on residential shingle roofs. 1. Asphalt Shingles
  5. 5. Characterstics  Cheap plus cost effetive.  Long Life. (20 – 50 years)  Easiest roofing materials to install.  Available in different colours and designs.  Not a good choice if climates change drastically.  Weakest roofing materials.  Only installed on steep slope roofs. Pro's Con's
  6. 6. 2. Wood & Shake Wood shingles are made of wood or some type of synthetic material. Source:- Pine, Redwood trees, Red cedar, and Cypress.
  7. 7. Characterstics  Organic and eco friendly.  Energy efficient than asphalt shingles.  Durable.  Unique in their appearance.  Material & Installation cost is high.  Can catch fire easily.  Harder to install.  Require maintenance. Pro's Con's
  8. 8. 3. Slate One of the long lasting roof materials. Slate is a natural rock that mined and cut to become slate shingles.
  9. 9. Characterstics  Material & Installation cost is high.  Can catch fire easily.  Harder to install.  Require maintenance. Pro's Con's  Long Life 80 – 100 years.  Unique appearance.  Resisting water absorption  Slate is strong and not as easy to damage in wind storms or hail storms as compared to asphalt shingles.  Slate shingle much more costly then cheaper roofing materials such as asphalt shingles.  Slate roofs are heavy. Pro's Con's
  10. 10. 4. Solar Shingles Solar roof shingles (or photovoltaic shingles) use solar technology to create electricity from the sun rays and also protect the roof like asphalt shingle.
  11. 11. Characterstics Before After
  12. 12. Contact Showroom: 1st Choice Superseal Ltd 688 Aldridge Road, Great Barr, Birmingham, UK B44 8NJ Tel: 0121 223 7422 Email: For more detail visit: www.superseal.co.uk

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