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The Asphalt Shingle Roofing Leader for Emporia, KS
In Emporia and across the nation, homeowners love asphalt shingle roofing as the most popular and most affordable option for roofing available. Its sturdy and reliable nature, numerous styles, and variety of colors make choosing a style unique every time. With our team’s experience, we can present the options that best fit your building’s budget and enhance its curb appeal.
When you’re looking for the best in asphalt shingle roofing, look to Shull Construction to have your back. Our Emporia roofing experts will commit to nothing less than the best work on your project and communicate with you every step of the way. You’re going to love your new roof’s quality, we can guarantee it.
To learn more about our asphalt roof services and your options, call us today at (620) 591-2907 to schedule a free consultation. We also install cedar, slate, tile, and metal roofs.
Types of Asphalt Shingle Roofs We Install
The Pros and Cons of Asphalt Shingle Roofing
Pros of Asphalt Shingles
Affordability: Asphalt is the go-to answer for homeowners on a budget. With proper installation and maintenance, a quality roof doesn’t have to break the bank, especially with our financing options.
Color Variety: From neutrals to statement colors, there are a variety of options to choose from. Based on your budget, you can even choose asphalt shingle roofing that emulates wood or slate.
Simple Installation: Asphalt shingle roof repair is simple and the most cost-effective. Should the job require it, new shingles can be installed on top of existing shingles with little difficulty. Asphalt shingles last a lifespan of up to 20 years with proper maintenance.
Cons of Asphalt Shingles
Not Environmentally Friendly: Asphalt shingles are non-recyclable, due largely to the harmful emissions they release. As the shortest roof lifespan, asphalt shingles contribute a lot of waste.
Susceptible to Weather: Wide-ranging temperatures and extreme weather conditions can cause cracks and warping of some asphalt shingle types.
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Shingle Roof FAQs
What is the difference between a roof repair and a roof replacement?
If you let problems in your roof sit for too long, the integrity of your roof declines rapidly. Push these smaller issues to the side and you run the risk of spending a lot more time and money on a replacement roof that you could have avoided.
How often should I have my roof inspected?
Can I patch my roof myself?
Contact us for a free consultation and we will send out one of our top contractors to take a look at your roof.