Choosing the right roofing material is a critical decision when it comes to protecting your home from the elements and enhancing its curb appeal. Two of the most popular choices among homeowners today are fiberglass and asphalt shingles. Understanding the differences between the two can help you make an informed decision that best suits your needs.
While both fiberglass and asphalt shingles are popular roofing materials, they have distinct differences that set them apart.
Organic Asphalt Shingles are traditionally made from a paper material soaked in asphalt, coated by layers of additional asphalt and ceramic granules. Despite the term 'organic', these shingles are not made of sustainable or naturally sourced materials. Instead, the term refers to the non-synthetic materials used in their construction.
Fiberglass Shingles, on the other hand, are a newer variant of asphalt shingles. They feature a base mat made of fiberglass, making them lighter than organic asphalt shingles. Despite their reduced weight, fiberglass shingles offer enhanced heat and moisture resistance due to their glass fiber layer.
Before you decide on fiberglass shingles, it's important to weigh their advantages and potential drawbacks.
At Army Roofing, we specialize in the installation, repair, and maintenance of both fiberglass and asphalt shingles. Our team is dedicated to delivering top-tier services to ensure your roofing project is completed with utmost precision and efficiency.
Whether you need assistance with a complete roof replacement, a cedar conversion to shingles, or require professional roof inspections, we are here to help. Our knowledgeable roofing specialists will assess your project, consult with you, and offer valuable advice based on your specific needs and the climate of your area.
For professional assistance with fiberglass and asphalt shingles in the Greater Vancouver area, contact the experts at Army Roofing. Reach out to us today at 778-686-7663 to schedule a roof evaluation and estimate.
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