Beinert Roofing

Shingle Roofing

Beinert Roofing & Restoration LLC has over 20 years of hands on experience in the residential roofing industry. We are experts at our craft and install only premium shingles on all roofs we touch. There are several different types of roofs that are common on the market today. Asphalt shingles are a great choice because they are affordable, easy to install and will last a very long time if installed by a certified professional. An asphalt shingle roof is made from natural and synthetic materials combined with bitumen as an adhesive. Shingle roofs also provide superior protection from the elements and can provide lasting protection for your home and family for years to come.

Shingle Roofing System

Some common benefits of asphalt shingles include:

Energy Efficiency – Many people that install asphalt shingle roofs are doing so in order to reduce energy needs for heating and cooling. The reflective quality of these materials can significantly cut down on the heat inside your home when left exposed to sunlight. This will help keep your indoor temperatures cooler during the summer months, while also helping you save money on reducing or eliminating the amount of heat needed throughout winter as well.

Cost- Compared to some other roofing system options out there, asphalt shingles are more cost effective. This is largely due to how long they can last and their durability, further increasing the money you will save on replacing them as well as its future replacement costs. The installation process also tends to be cheaper than some other materials available when compared to hardwood or metal roofing options.

Durable- One of the reasons these asphalt shingle roofs tend to be so much longer lasting is due to the quality of material used in their construction. These types of shingles generally have a strong base made from fiberglass fibers that make it tough, durable, and very resistant against wear and tear while also helping it withstand damage from severe weather conditions like hail storms and heavy winds

Design – When it comes to design choices the options are limitless when it comes to asphalt shingle roofs. Asphalt shingles come in many styles, shapes, sizes, and colors that can fit on practically any type of roof design you desire.

For example the traditional 3-tab shingle is a typical option for most homeowners across America while other designs like the dimensional ridge or corner options are much more unique when compared to some of the other materials  available for roof covering choices. In addition to these basic styles there are also different textures and finishes available so you can get an even more detailed look and style that is perfect for your specific needs.

Impact Rated- Asphalt shingles have a higher impact rating than you might think. Because of their composition, they are able to withstand high winds quite easily. In fact, wind speeds up to 150 miles per hour have no effect on the structural integrity of asphalt shingles!

As a matter of fact, most asphalt roofs can even resist hail damage and small debris without suffering any long term negative effects. And when compared to other roofing materials like metal or tile, asphalt is definitely the more durable option.

Class A Fire Rating- Asphalt shingles also have a Class A fire rating. In layman’s terms, this just means that they are non-flammable and will not emit any toxic gases or fumes during combustion. Asphalt is also a great insulator of both heat and cold, which can be an important factor for homeowners who live in warmer climates to consider when choosing their roofing material.

Buildings with asphalt roofs don’t need to worry about ventilation either as the smoke produced by fires does not react with asphalt shingles like it would other substrates . Therefore, resins from burning materials do not leach into the air at all. This makes them safer and healthier than other materials during a fire!

Sound Protection- One commonly looked over benefit of a shingle roof is its ability to offer great sound protection. Asphalt shingles are generally thicker than other materials and therefore better at blocking out unwanted sounds from the outside world.

This is because the material absorbs any shock that comes its way, which in turn softens the impact of ambient noise. Also, many asphalt shingle roofing companies use granules in their shingles to create a softer texture which adds to this benefit as well .

Installing an asphalt shingle roof can be a good idea for homeowners who wish to decrease their energy costs over time! That’s especially true when working with 100-percent recycled products like GAF Timberline ® .

Algae Resistance- Algae is definitely a concern in the roofing industry and can affect the roof on your home in ways you might not realize. For instance, algae will cause a shingle roof to discolor over time and this can lead to premature wear and tear on the shingles themselves!

However, asphalt is naturally resistant to these types of materials which makes it a good choice for homeowners concerned about algae in their area .

Ventilation- Not only does an asphalt shingle roof offer plenty of benefits under normal conditions but also improves ventilation during extreme heat situations as well ! This allows the home’s air conditioning unit to do its job without worry which in turn helps prevent break downs that often occur when temperatures are high throughout the day .

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