Shingled Roofing

Shingled roof systems are among the most common for residences across the nation. Shingles are flat, rectangular shaped, overlapping elements that taper from the bottom edges of a roof and work upwards.

The two most common types of shingles in roofing systems are those made of asphalt and synthetic materials. Skyline installs, repairs, and maintains both asphalt shingles and synthetic shingles for our clients.

Asphalt shingles are one of the most popular types of roofing systems for home across North America. They are durable in all types of weather conditions, easy to maintain, and come in a wide variety of colors and styles. Strip, dimensional, and luxury are the three most common types of shingled roofs.

Synthetic shingles are another type of roofing Skyline offers its customers. The two primary types of synthetic roofing materials are natural stone and wood, the latter resembling cedar shake.

Synthetic roofing material is a mixture of rubber and plastic.

There are many different types of roof shingles, and we repair and install all major types.

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Shingled Roofing FAQs

Asphalt shingles are the most popular due to their durability and wide variety in color and style.

However, there may be better roofing options for your roof.

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It depends on the type of shingle, but you can expect to pay from $3.00 to $11.00 per square foot.

However, your roof is unique to your home or building, so for an accurate price point, contact us today for a FREE QUOTE!

While this does depends on the type of shingle you install, the roof should last from 20 to 30 years.

Shingled roofs are often easier to maintain and repair. It is common for new shingles to be placed on top of older shingles, and broken/damaged shingles can be easily removed and replaced.

Skyline Contractors is your certified professional roofing contractor.

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