Tyco's Roofing Basic Guide

Roofing Basics: Roof Styles Contractors Trust

There are plenty of options out there for your next roofing services project. Choosing between roofing shingles, metal roofs, slate tiles, cedar tiles, and composites can be difficult. You need an expert opinion from contractors who really know their stuff. Luckily, we can help with that! Here is a basic rundown of the types of roofing services that Tyco's contractors specialize in.

Types of Roofing Tyco's Offers

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Shingles

These are by far the most common type of roofing material used today. In fact, if you’re reading this, there’s a pretty good chance you have asphalt shingles on your roof. They’re economical and durable, which makes them attractive for roofers and homeowners alike. Not only that, but if you go with quality roofing contractors you won’t have to sacrifice the durability or lifespan of your roof, since we offer lifetime warranties.

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Metal Roofing

Metal roofs are great in pretty much every category. They’re super strong and durable, have a colossal lifespan, and can add a unique modern touch to your home. But, did you know they can also help you cut cooling costs? The way a metal roof reflects solar rays helps prevent your house from trapping heat during those hot summer days. So if they’re so great, why doesn’t everyone have a metal roof? Well, there are a few reasons for this. Firstly, they can be pricey. However, at Tyco's Roofing we’ve been able to significantly cut costs and make metal roofs more available to our clients by manufacturing all of our metal panels on-site and specific to each project. Most other roofers can’t do this which makes their metal roofs much more costly.. Metal panels can also be difficult to work with if you don’t have great contractors like the ones at Tyco's.

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Flat Roofing

EPDM, short for Ethylene Propylene Diene Monomer, is a type of recycled rubber that goes over the entirety of the roof in one large membrane in order to seal out water, ice, and everything else. EPDM is very lightweight and can last for 50+ years without any leaks or damage.

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Slate roofing

This type of roof is a little more common in the Northeast United States, since slate is mostly quarried in Pennsylvania and New York. Working with slate tiles requires special care and precision that you’ll find only from the most talented crews, like the ones at Tyco's. Many older homes have slate roofs because they last so long! This can be a great option to get durability, quality, longevity, and an awesome classic look.

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Cedar Roofing

If you’ve ever seen a real cedar roof, you’ve probably noticed how beautiful and luxurious they can be. People tend to love the look of cedar more and more as it ages, although it will require some upkeep. Nonetheless, they’re both durable and weather-resistant (which is why a lot of coastal homes rely on cedar roofs and siding). The cedar wood also acts as a natural insulator meaning that you will benefit from lower heating and cooling costs. Cedar roofs command a premium, but will also add significant value to your home through both visual appeal and longevity.

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Tile Roofing

Clay tile roofs have been around for around 5,000 years, and for good reason. Terracotta is mostly weather-proof and expertly designed with ridges and channels that act as a drainage system during heavy rains and therefore prevent excess water build-up. More than that, they have a classical design reminiscent of Mediterranean villas and can look just as beautiful in a sleepy suburb as they can along the California coast.

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Composite Roofing

Our composite options are water-proof, fire-resistant, and designed to offer you superior insulation to help mitigate heating and cooling costs. You also won’t have to worry as much about maintenance, since this synthetic material holds up very well to all kinds of pressures and is designed to last several decades without any issues or signs of aging. Composite is the way to go if you want the look of another type of roof without the aging effects or maintenance requirements.

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These seven types of roofing services are can’t miss Products

The benefits of each are astounding, which is why our contractors trust them at Tyco's. If any of these interest you (which they should!) you can rest easy knowing that your favorite roofing company can handle any of these projects and much more! Call us today and let’s schedule a time for you to learn more -- totally free of charge.

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