Shingle Roofing Phoenix
Shingle roofing is the most common and the most popular roofing installed on residential homes in the valley. Shingle roofing is definitely the best system for pitched roofs and are relatively inexpensive. Depending on the quality, a shingle roof can last 20 to 50 years and include a material warranty provided by the manufacturer.
Asphalt shingle roofing is versatile with many colors and profiles. Most shingles consist of a fiberglass mat between two layers of asphalt.
The two most popular types are as follows:
Whether you are building a new home or just replacing an old roof, you can be assured that we will install your shingle roof with both high-quality workmanship and materials. Our shingle roofs will provide you with the protection necessary to one of your most valuable assets.
The longevity of a shingle roof is largely dependent on the quality of the material and a proper installation. Hiring a qualified roofing contractor to install your roofing shingles is important. Big Red Roofing is here to make the process as easy as possible.
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Shingle Roofing Phoenix Contractor
We are your shingle roofing Phoenix contractor high above our competitor’s, thanks to our service and our superior workmanship. Our shingle roofing contractors are dedicated to giving you only the best results.
Shingle Roofing Phoenix Repair
Our dedicated roofers will evaluate the roof to find any and all repairs that are needed. We then repair your shingle roof preserving its lifetime and saving you money on even bigger repairs down the road.
Shingle Roof Phoenix Installations
Shingle roofing provides beautiful design colors and excellent protection at a great price. Whether you need shingle re-roofing or a totally new shingle roof installation, our expert contractors can help you.
Call Us For Shingle Roof Maintenance
Protect Your Investment and the Life of your Roof!
From the first day, your roof is installed, it begins to age. Your roof’s life cycle is influenced by weather, physical damage, rooftop traffic, and neglect. Ongoing maintenance to your roof will yield long-term savings by extending the roof system’s life cycle.