How to Install Roof Shingles

Before you decide to install your shingles, know that there are different types of shingle.

For example, there is the traditional 3-tab shingle and then there is the, more complex, architectural shingle. The 30 year laminate shingle, also known as the architectural shingle, has recently become very popular in the home remodeling market place.

If you are thinking of installing architectural shingles, there are a few things you should know:

First off, architectural shingles have a lifetime limited warranty. You may be wondering, "what does the limited part mean?" The answer to this question depends on the roofing company you choose.

Architectural shingles will last, a guaranteed, five years longer than the traditional three tab shingle.

A smart customer will realize that architectural shingles are a great investment. They are close in price to traditional shingles with even more benefits.

When you invest in a home, most of the time you plan on living there for longer than 25 years. Why not invest in shingles that will last?

You will pay less roofing repairs and have a beautiful roof for a longer amount of time.

Architectural shingles enhance the appearance of your home and increase its value. Even if you are not planning on staying on your home for a long period of time, you can get more money when you go to sell your home. The better shape the home is in, the more valuable it is to a home buyer.

It is important to do your research when deciding what type of shingles to install. Never go with your first offer, even if it sounds like a great deal.

Professional, legitimate roofing companies will advise you to be weary of scams. If it sounds too good to be true, then it most likely is.

Only trust a company that is well established and known through the community. Professional roofing companies know that customer referrals are of key importance. If a company wishes to stay in business they will produce quality work and results, create great customer relationships, and gain their customer's trust.

Never hire a company that does not have a permanent location and website. If you can not call and speak to an actual human being or experienced team member, find a new roofing company.

Take care of your home because it protects you from extreme weather and other different conditions. Find a roofing company that you can trust!

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