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MOST POPULAR STYLES OF ROOFING

Asphalt Shingle.

This is the most commonly used of all roof materials, probably because it is the least expensive and requires a minimum of skill to install. It is made of a fiberglass medium that has been impregnated with asphalt and then given a surface of sand-like granules. Two basic configurations are sold: the standard single-thickness variety and thicker, laminated products. The standard type costs roughly half as much, but laminated shingles have an appealing textured appearance and last roughly half as long (typically 25 years or more, versus 15 years plus).

Wood.

Wood was the main choice for centuries, and it is still a good option, though in some areas fire codes forbid its use. Usually made of cedar, redwood, or southern pine, shingles are sawn or split. They have a life expectancy in the 25-year range (like asphalt shingles) but cost an average of twice as much.

Metal.

Aluminum, steel, copper, copper-and-asphalt, and lead are all durable and expensive roofing surfaces. Lead and the copper/asphalt varieties are typically installed as shingles, but others are manufactured for seamed roofs consisting of vertical lengths of metal that are joined with solder.

Tile and Cement.

The half cylinders of tile roofing are common on Spanish Colonial and Mission styles; cement and some metal roofs imitate tiles wavy effect. All are expensive, very durable, and tend to be very heavy.

Slate.

Slate is among the most durable of all roofing materials. Not all slate is the same some comes from quarries in Vermont, some from Pennsylvania and other states but the best of it will outlast the fasteners that hold it in place. Hundred-year-old slate, in fact, is often recycled for reinstallation, with the expectation it will last another century.


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