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Asphalt Composition Shingles

Clay Tile

Metal Roof

Slate

Plastic Polymer

Concrete Tile

Wood Shingles & Shakes

Asphalt Shingles
Concrete Tile
Clay Tile Roofs
Meetal Roofs
Slate Roof
Wood Shingles and Shakes

From natural materials like slate and wood to manmade products such as asphalt, sheet metal, and plastic polymers; there are more types and styles of roofing to choose from today than ever before. While each has its advantages and shortcomings, they all can add a distinctive design element to your home. So which one is right for you?

What to Look for in a Roof

There are many factors to consider when selecting a roof including:

  • How long will it last?

  • Does it hold up during natural disasters such as wildfires or snowstorms?

  • Is it too heavy for the existing roof framing?

  • Does the roof have enough slope?

  • Will the look complement the style of the house?

  • Are the materials eco-friendly and recyclable?

  • Is the type of roofing allowed by local building codes?

  • And finally, how much does it cost?

Pros and Cons

Some types of roofing may be better suited for your house than others. Factors such as the slope of the roof and strength of the framing could limit your choices. In areas prone to wildfires or hurricanes, look for a product with a high fire rating or good wind resistance. In addition, steps can be taken during the installation of many types of roofing to improve their resistance to fire or wind. Below is a rundown on the different types of roofing available.

tiley ROOFING | 4545 East 60th Ave. Suite 200 80022 | 303-426-7370 | mail@tileyroofing.com