Four Of The most common roofing choices for residential customers
Whether in need of a new roof for a residence or replacing an older one that has failed to do its job, Midwest Roofing Services can provide various options regarding types of residential roofs. Midwest Roofing Services believes each installation is unique, therefore clients needs will vary. Factors such as slope, style of the house, local climate (which is ever-changing in Kansas!), and the cost of different roofing choices each determine what type of roof is best for your residence. We hope to educate you on the four most popular roof choices for your new or old home. Midwest Roofing Services provides a higher standard of residential roofing where our commitment is to you, a satisfied customer.
Asphalt + Asphalt Fiberglass Shingles
The most common asphalt shingle is referred to as an architectural or laminated shingle. Asphalt roofing is primarily used in residential applications and is highly accessible. Available in a wide variety of style and weights
- An affordable, yet durable option
- Long term warranty’s backed by leading manufacturers in the industry
Composite roofing is a great option for those who want the authentic tile roofing look, but want a budget-friendly alternative. Composite shingles offer various benefits.
- Composite shingles can simulate the appearance of a slate roof
- A low installation price, yet some of the industry’s longest warranties for your residential roof
- Several different color options
- Low in maintenance
Wood Shingles + Shakes
Wood shingles and shakes provide a beautiful, yet dependable element for your residence. Either shingles or shakes will provide an effective cover for your residential needs. And as always, quality is assured.
- Wood shingles - sawed, resulting in a smooth texture
- Wood shakes - split from log, resulting in a rough texture
- Produced from strong, stable, and durable wood such as cedar
- Resistant to rotting and cracking
Clay + Concrete Tile Roofing
Most commonly used for Spanish style residences, clay roofing is considered to be the most prestigious by many residential customers. Traditional looks with a warm impression, clay/concrete tiles are sure to suit the style of your house.
- Whether clay or concrete tiles are chosen, the finished result is a roofing tile that interlocks with adjacent tiles
- Particularly for a warm climate region, a majority of clay/concrete tiles achieve a high enough reflective rating to qualify for energy star
- Reduces cooling costs for residential customers