Roofing Trends to Consider When Planning a Replacement

Your roof does not only protect your family and belongings from the elements, it can also increase your home’s curb appeal. With the right roofing material, your home can become the envy of the neighborhood. In today’s post, Arry’s Roofing Services, Inc., one of the most trusted roofers in the region, shares some trends to consider when planning a replacement.

Roofing Trends To Consider When Planning A Replacement

Asphalt Shingles

Asphalt shingles remain the most popular roofing choice for homeowners thanks to their durability, affordability, and low-maintenance features. The mixture of dark bituminous pitch with sand, gravel, or asphalt acts as a sealant. It waterproofs the ceiling of your living space and increases the strength of each piece. Asphalt shingles have been known to last for more than 40 years.

Our collaboration with GAF, North America’s largest roofing manufacturer, allows us to install the brand’s high-quality roofing materials. GAF’s top-selling Timberline® Lifetime shingles come in various colors to match the architectural design of your home. The innovative Dura Grip® adhesive seals secure each piece to prevent the risk of blow-off.

Roofing Tiles

This barrel-style option mimics the classic beauty of wood shake. A properly installed tile roofing system can last for up to 50 years. It naturally resists sun damage and provides superior protection. You can turn to us for your replacement needs.

Metal Roofing

This system comes in lasting colors that resist fading, chipping, chalking, and rusting. Available in different patterns and themes that imitate slate, tile, and even wood, it does not require regular upkeep, which can help you save time, effort, and money.

Arry’s Roofing Services, Inc. offers excellent roof repair and installation services. With over 25 years of experience in the industry, backed by the positive feedback of our clients, we can guarantee a stress-free replacement. To learn more, call us at (727) 938-9565. We serve residents of Palm Harbor, Tampa, and Dunedin, FL, and the surrounding areas.