TRADITIONAL ASPHALT SHINGLES IN EAST BRUNSWICK, NJ


Take an evening stroll around the beautiful East Brunswick neighborhood, and you will be surprised to see the number of houses topped with this utterly beautiful traditional shingles roofs. Traditional shingles are one of the most affordable roofing materials available in the US market today. Commonly installed on single houses, sloped roofs and on 70% of the buildings around the US, it is not entirely made up of asphalt but with a combination of fiberglass, felt paper base and topped with ceramic granules.


TYPES OF MODERN ASPHALT SHINGLES

Why you should hire our services. Roofing, Windows and Siding in East Brunswick offer superior quality and durable traditional shingles that are super flexible and are available in two categories (namely the fiberglass and the organic shingles) to be installed by our happy team of expert roofers at a pocket-friendly cost.

The organic shingles are developed with an asphalt coating on paper, which transforms them into water-resistant products while the fiberglass shingles are also designed like the organic shingles the only difference is that it is more resistant to fire compared to the organic shingles.

Modern architectural shingles are produced with two layers of bonded asphalt with a unique sealant to give it an attractive bulkier pictorial effect like slate or wood on the roof. They are both available in a wide variety of appealing colors to match any building design. If you are planning to replace or install a new roof on your building, you should consider the pros and cons of using asphalt shingles as stated below.

PROS OF ASPHALT SHINGLES

  • It is effortless to install
  • It is affordable and economically friendly
  • It is highly durable, so you are assured of using it comfortably for a very long time
  • It readily available in a wide variety of appealing colors
  • Surprisingly, it can also be recycled

CONS OF ASPHALT SHINGLES

  • This roofing product is fragile and can deteriorate under sudden weather change
  • If you can, avoid installing them in freezing weather
  • Extreme windstorms can dislodge shingles from the roofing panels
  • Poor ventilation in the attic can shorten the asphalt shingle’s lifespan
  • It is advised that you occasionally perform maintenance checks on the asphalt shingles
  • Since they are made from byproducts of petroleum, they aren’t so environmentally friendly