Roofing replacement materials come in many different forms, with each presenting its own set of pros and cons. The most suitable materials for your Phoenix Arizona re-roofing project will depend on factors such as the pitch of the roof, your budget and the sort of aesthetic appeal you want. Following are some of the most popular options available for typical residential Roofs:
 
 
New asphalt shingle roof by the Allstate team1 – Asphalt Shingle
 
Asphalt shingles are among the most popular roof covering in Phoenix, and are generally considered to be the most cost-effective roof covering. Phoenix asphalt shingles come in many different shapes, finishes and sizes. However, being a budget friendly option, they can come with an estimated lifespan of as little as 15 years, although higher-end architectural designs can last up to 40 years. Find an experienced Phoenix shingle roofer near you to take care of your shingle roofing project.
 
 
2 – Metal Roofing
 
Durable and lightweight, metal has been used as a roofing material for thousands of years. Most materials feature a 30-year warranty at minimum, although they usually last many decades longer, provided they are properly maintained. Metal roofing comes in the form of shingles or, more commonly, sheets, with steel being the most popular material. Higher-end materials include alloys, stainless steel or copper.
 
 
3 – Slate Shingle
 
Reflected by its much higher cost than metal or asphalt materials, slate is a high-end roofing material most commonly used for luxury properties, thanks to its classy look and excellent durability. Slate also comes with a variety of different finishes and colors. With proper maintenance, a slate roof should last at least 100 years, but it is only suitable for certain types of structures due to its weight.
 
 
4 – Tile Roofs
 
AZ tile roof project by AllstatePhoenix roofing tiles are traditionally made from clay or a similar material, although less expensive concrete tiles are also widely available. Available in many different designs, tile is an excellent choice when it comes to roof repairs/ roof replacement, appearance and durability. Concrete tiles are also among the more affordable roofing options. However, like slate, tile is heavy, meaning that the structure of the roof will need to be strong enough to support it. It’s best to get a licensed Phoenix tile roof contractor in 85085 to properly install and maintain your tile roofing.
 
 

5 – Wood Shingles
 
Wood shingle roof install by AllstateWood shingles and shakes provide a beautiful rustic look for properties such as chalets and country cottages, hence the fact that most people opt for these roofing materials primarily for aesthetic reasons. They are usually made from pine, cedar or redwood. However, wood shingles are quite expensive, and they have a relatively short lifespan with the highest-end products typically lasting about 25 years.
 

Even if you opt for a less expensive roof repair or roof replacement material of asphalt shingles, replacing your roof will always be a costly endeavor. Aside from shingles or tiles, you’ll also need to think about ridge materials, flashing around roof windows and chimneys, eaves, valleys, underlayment, gable ends, gutters and downspouts. Additionally, if the frame of your roof needs replacing as well, the costs of the project can almost double. If you don’t decided on a new roof installation, find a trustworthy Phoenix roof repair company to take care of the necessary repairs on you roof.

Make sure to use a reputable roofing company in PHX who specializes in residential roofing repairs and roof replacement. Be sure to verify that your local Phoenix roofing company is licensed, bonded, and insured, using the highest quality roofing materials and techniques.

Allstate Roofing provides free estimates in Arizona valleywide, servicing the cities of Phoenix, Glendale, Peoria, Sun City, Scottsdale, Mesa, Tempe, Gilbert, Chandler, Awhatukee, SunLakes, Surprise, Avondale, Goodyear, etc…

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