Asphalt shingle roofing protects millions of homes in the U.S. This material is known for its appeal, durability and excellent performance. When installed properly and maintained regularly, it can last for decades. It delivers superior efficiency through a set of components that work together to create a complete system.
Here are the essential features of an asphalt shingle system.
The shingles are what give your roof its water-shedding capabilities. They are also what makes your home stand out from other houses in the neighborhood. Choosing the right shingle style and color will boost your home’s curb appeal and overall value.
You can find the underlayment in between the decking and shingles. This component acts as an added layer of protection against leaks.
Starter strip products are vital for proper roof installation. It gives the first row of sealant essential to prevent water infiltration and shingle blow-offs.
Ice and Water Barriers
Chimneys, valleys and other protrusions on your roof are more prone to leaks. Your roofing contractor will use ice and water barriers to protect these areas where water can flow.
Hip and Ridge
Another essential component of asphalt shingle roofing is hip and ridge. They make your roof more attractive by giving it a cleaner, more polished look.
To avoid early roof deterioration, make sure that the system has sufficient ventilation. With proper ventilation, heat and moisture can effortlessly escape from your attic. Excessive heat and humidity in your attic can speed up the deterioration of roofing components and also affect your indoor comfort.
Whether you need an asphalt shingle or metal roof installation service, you can rely on The Roofing Company. Call us at (970) 887-0104, or fill out our contact form to request a quote. We work with clients in Granby and nearby communities in Colorado.