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By: Weekend Roofer  09-12-2011


Ceramic or Slate

For a more classical look, consider ceramic or slate shingles. These European-inspired tiles stand the test of time and give your home a natural look.

Asphalt Shingles

The most common roofing material, Asphalt Shingles are made from recycled asphalt and come in a wide variety of colours and patterns.

Fibreglass Shingles

A frequently used roofing material, Fibreglass Shingles comes in a wide variety colours and patterns, but can be less expensive that Asphalt Shingles. The fibreglass fibre is more resistant to weather damage than Asphalt Shingles.

Metal Shingles

Designed to withstand serious weather, Metal Shingles are most appropriate for steep roofs. They take longer to install and can be challenging to repair, but most come with a lifetime warranty and come in many different models.

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Ice dams, formed when heavy snow melts during the day and freezes at night, can lift shingles, enter the attic and cause damage to insulation, ceilings, and even your home’s structure. Regular maintenance ensures that your roof will stand the test of time and protect your home and family for years to come. Excess snow weight can damage your roof, gutters and downspouts, and block the air flow of your home’s ventilation system.