4 Things We Love About Shingle Roofs & You Should Too!

In the United States, a majority of 80% of homes are protected with shingles. US National Roofing in Kentucky explains the top 4 reasons why Americans prefer shingle roofs.

1. Extremely Durable & Long Lasting

ONLY when shingle roofs are installed correctly on your home’s roof they are durable. Shingle roofs can last up to 20 years or even longer with the appropriate maintenance. There is a wide variety of options when it comes to selecting shingles. The thicker higher grade shingles will have the longest durability. US National Roofing consults with each client to ensure their home is protected at an affordable rate.

2. Shingles Are Very Affordable

The reason 80% of America selects shingles is that they are very affordable. Other roofing options like slate, wood or metal might look better but of course, they will cost more too and require additional maintenance. In addition to being affordable, they are also the easiest to install. That means we can do the work faster and bill fewer labor hours. As a certified Owens Corning and GAF Roofing contractor, we can make sure that your shingles are backed up with warranties that cover your new shingles for life.

3. Eco-Friendly Materials

If you like to feel good about materials and products you purchase, here is one more thing to feel great about. Shingles are recyclable. Help your community reduce the amount of waste that is in local landfills by choosing shingles. Most shingles can be recycled 100%.

4. So Many Colors & Styles

This is probably every homeowner’s favorite thing about shingles, their variation. Shingles come in all colors. From dark grays to blues, reds, and greens. We can help you select the perfect shingle color, texture, and design for your new roof.

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For certified roof repairs or installations, give us a call. US National Roofing is dedicated to providing impeccable customer service. Estimates and inspections are free. We service the entire US but are locally locate in Louisville, KY.

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