If you are looking for installation, replacement, or repair for your Composition Roof in Amarillo, Call the Master Shinglers at Accent Roofing of Amarillo today!
Composition Roofs are easily installed and low maintenance, which gives you a lot of bang for your buck. The popularity of Composition Roofs in Amarillo ensures there is a wide variety of roofs available, and you will find one which meets your roofing needs.
Composition roofs are most typically Fiberglass and asphalt, and the shingles come in a variety of colors and styles. Composition shingles have a fiberglass reinforcing mat at the center, which is covered in asphalt and ceramic granules. These granules adhere to the fiberglass and asphalt, which, once installed on the roof in accordance with proper installation guidelines, protect the shingles from the elements.These shingles are typically good for making a roof water tight, as well as protecting the roof from the sun, as well as being aesthetically pleasing.
3 Tab Composition roofs are the least expensive type of Composition Roofing, and have “3-Tab” style shingles. This style of roofing has been refined a lot, and appears as a single layer product with a distinct tab pattern, which is created by a vertical slot which is notched into the visible shingle, splitting the lower part into three tabs.
Laminate, or Dimensional Roofing, is the most common type of Composition Roofing in Amarillo. Laminate is a more popular version of Composition Roofing that is better than a basic 3-Tab. They have a second tabbed layer, which is fused to a base shingle, doubling the materials thickness. Laminate Shingles are much more resistant to wind damage, have a strong resemblance to wood shake, and are available in a wide variety of colors.
Designer Shingles, also known as Grand Sequoia, Presidential, Glenwoods, or Grand Canyon Roofing. They use a heavier, 3 or 4 ply Laminate and represent the bleeding edge of Composition Roofing in Amarillo. These shingles are heavier, larger, and thicker than regular laminate shingles, and incorporate extra features, like moss retardants and modified asphalts.
Modified Asphalts are considered Class 4 Impact resistant shingles, and are currently the most expensive, but most cost effective type of shingle on the market today.
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