Steep-sloped roofs offer plenty of benefits, including being effective against water runoff. When selecting a material for your steep-sloped roof, you need to carefully consider your options.

The Best Roofing Materials for Steep-Sloped Roofs

When it comes to choosing a roofing material for steep-sloped roofs, here are the best bets.

Asphalt Shingles

Containing an average useful life of 20 to 25 years, asphalt shingles are one of the most commonly used roofing materials. They can emulate the appearance of other traditional materials, including wood shakes and slate, without their costly price tag. Despite their affordability, quality materials like the ones made by GAF can provide homeowners a long-lasting asphalt roof.

Clay and Concrete Tile

The long lifespan of clay and concrete tile roofs can offset the initial upfront expense. When properly installed, clay and concrete tiles may last more than 50 years. They are also fire and rot resistant. Most clay and concrete tiles feature natural earth tones, an unglazed finish and a classic look, but their design options go beyond the Mediterranean or Southwestern concepts.

Ask professional roofers like Stapleton Roofing about the materials you need for your steep-sloped roof. Since 2010, we have provided quality roofing services to the residents of Arizona. Call us at 602 562 4991 to learn more about our steep-sloped roofing services. We proudly serve Peoria, Scottsdale and Paradise Valley, AZ.