Trying to figure out what type of material you should use for your next roof replacement? Let the below considerations be your guide.
1. Roof Pitch
Experienced roofing companies, including Stapleton Roofing, would advise you to determine first whether your roof is sloped or flat. Its pitch alone will narrow down your options. Gravity helps sloped roofs to drain water more easily while it increases the susceptibility of flat ones to leak due to hydrostatic pressure.
2. Home Style
Most traditional homes use either shakes or shingles. If you want to put a premium on architectural authenticity, choose a roofing product that accentuates your Old World home’s distinctive character.
3. Price Range
The most affordable products on the market are asphalt shingles, which explains their popularity. Look at other roofing materials, and compare and contrast their costs versus other benefits, including longevity.
4. Local Climate
All roofing systems are designed to resist weather damage for many years. Although some are more durable than others, you can get by on a budget-friendly material in Arizona’s arid climate.
5. Long-Term Maintenance
A roof replacement project is just a one-time expense, but roof ownership is a lasting obligation. Upkeep is the usually overlooked cost driver. Consider materials that don’t require expensive maintenance.
Stapleton Roofing can provide you with sage advice to pick a sound roofing solution and offers different materials to give you the freedom to explore numerous options. Call us at (602) 562-4991, or complete this form to get a FREE estimate. We serve property owners in Peoria, Paradise Valley, Scottsdale and neighboring Arizona communities.