Looking For A Roof Material That Is The Perfect Balance Between Affordability & Durability?
We know that having a new roof installed is no small investment. This can be one of the more significant purchases you'll make for your home, so we take this seriously.
For decades, asphalt shingle roofs have been hands down the most popular form of new roof installations. They offer you the best bang for your buck in terms of price and longevity.
And in recent years, the technology behind asphalt shingle roofs has improved significantly. These days they are a blend of mainly fibreglass with some asphalt to protect against harsh weather and high winds.
Benefits & Features
High winds and roofs aren't exactly best friends. Our shingles come with printed nail line guides. While our roof installers are already skilled in the craft, having the extra guides makes it even quicker to install correctly to prevent them from blowing off in the wind.
In addition to the nail guides, our shingles come with sealant strips along their bottom edges. The sun's heat will activate the strips to become extra-sticky to create a super strong bond, ensuring maximum protection against wind uplift and water penetration.
Built-in Algae Resistance
Embedded in the shingles are special algae-resistant granules to help prevent the growth of blue-green algae. Algae on shingles will cause black stains, discolouration and streaks, not to mention long-term damage and weakening of the shingles.
Core Strength Is Its Fiberglass Mat
The shingles mat is coated top and bottom with weathering asphalt and then surfaced with protective, coloured granules. This makes for a built-tough material for excellent durability and structural integrity.
Colour & Style Options
There is no shortage of colour and style options when picking your new asphalt shingles. With a wide variety of colour options, you'll be able to style your home with traditional, rustic or urban appeal.
We have over 30 different colour and style combinations to pick from. You won't have to worry about finding the perfect match for your preference and home's exterior.
We have something for everybody.
All of our shingles come with an industry-leading Limited Lifetime Warranty. You can have peace of mind knowing your new roof will be built to last and have you covered.
Questions Homeowners Like Yourself Ask About Asphalt Shingle Roofing
Having a new asphalt shingle roof installed isn't a small purchasing decision. So we understand it's common to have some questions. Below you'll find some of the most common questions we get asked before homeowners start the process of a new roof installation.
How long do most asphalt shingles last?
The asphalt shingle you choose impacts the warranty option and lifespan. Weather and how well you stay on top of maintenance also factor in. All the shingles we install come with a Limited Lifetime Warranty and can last up to 50 years under certain conditions.
What type of asphalt shingle is best?
All the shingle products we offer are of the highest quality, so you can't go wrong. We offer a standard and premium product to help fit your budget and what works best for your needs.
When should I replace my asphalt shingle roof?
If you're noticing missing shingles, finding shingles on your lawn and garden after a windy day, or having leaked from the inside of your home, it could be a good time to get it checked out to see if it can be repaired or if it's time for a new roof installation.
How much maintenance do asphalt roofs require?
Fibreglass asphalt roofs don't require much maintenance. It's best to keep an eye on things and ideally do an inspection on the roof itself every few years to stay on top of things.
Can I install a new fibreglass shingle roof over my current roof?
In theory, you can, but it's not a good idea at all. You can save some money upfront by not having to rip out and dispose of the old shingle and other materials, but you'll be paying for it in the long term. It will cause all kinds of problems with the new install fitting, you can easily miss rotted boards and holes under the shingles, and it will also cause warranty issues.