How Long Do Roofs Last?
Making decisions about roofing can be overwhelming. There are so many options, but how do you tell which is the best for your home? From tile to asphalt roofs and everything in between, questions about the stability and longevity of your roof can seem endless.
These articles contain the comprehensive roofing guide that every homeowner has been looking for. Whether you’re in the market for a new roof or have questions about your current one, American Dream Restoration is here to help.
Your roof is what stands between you and the elements. Choosing a roof depends on materials, curb appeal, and your budget. With life spans ranging from 10 to 150 years, there are numerous different options to fit your needs.
This article offers information on numerous different roofing options and their projected lifespans, so you can make an informed decision when picking your next roof.
How Long Does a Composition Roof Last?
A composite roof is one of the most popular and cost-effective roofing options. Different from older asphalt-only roofing shingles, composite roofs combine a fiberglass mat with asphalt and mineral fillers. Since a composition roof is less expensive than other types of roofing, it’s life expectancy is often shorter; but that all depends on the type of shingle.
Here is a guide to help you decide if a composite roof is right for your home and budget!
Four out of five homes use asphalt shingles. There are three main types of asphalt shingles; strip, dimensional, and premium. Depending on the style roofing you choose, your asphalt shingles could last anywhere from 20 to 50 years. Organic and fiberglass shingles are among two types of asphalt shingles, each with its own advantages and disadvantages.
In this article, you’ll read about the different kinds of asphalt roofs
One of the most widely used roofing materials are asphalt shingles. With the proper care and maintenance, an asphalt shingle roof can last an average of 20 years. With organic, fiberglass, and even cedar shingle options to choose from, it’s important that you get the quality and longevity you’re looking for in a roof.
This article will give you an insight into just how long you can expect your current (or next!) roof to last.
Northern Virginia is home to a variety of weather patterns. While considered a relatively moderate climate, homeowners in this area are no stranger to extreme cold, heat, and humidity. Severity of storms, the pitch of your roof, and maintenance frequency are all factors to consider when calculating the lifespan of your roof.