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Asphalt roofing resists fire, wind and rain

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Asphalt roofing picture
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Asphalt roofing picture
Asphalt roofing picture
Asphalt roofing picture
Asphalt roofing picture
Asphalt roofing picture
Asphalt roofing picture
Asphalt roofing picture
Asphalt roofing picture
Asphalt roofing picture
Asphalt roofing picture

Four out of every five homes in America have asphalt roofing, which can be made from fiberglass or organic materials, such as recycled paper and wood fibers. This roofing performs great in icy, snowy, windy or wet weather, and does not require regular upkeep. It is easy to repair if damaged. Asphalt shingles come in many colors, shapes and textures and can be used for a variety of architectural and design effects. Unlike other types of roofing, these shingles are fire-resistant and wind-resistant.

Most roofs need to be replaced every 20 years. No matter what your roof's design, asphalt shingles should be flexible and strong enough to suit the most complicated angles and nooks. Some people forgo the roofing contractor and use asphalt to re-shingle the roof, because it offers a relatively uncomplicated, do-it-yourself project.

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  • zach

    06 February 2015 at 3:20 pm

    I didn't know that the asphalt roofing was fire repellant. It would be really nice because house homes are the worst thing that can happen. I need to decide on a roof soon for the new house. I would love to shop around a little more before deciding on a roof. http://www.whalleysfourseasonsroofing.ca/

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