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Roofing Shingles

Call us at 720-854-9433

New roofing shingles are a great investment for your home. From the right type to the perfect color, it’s easy to get lost in all of your options!

We are here to walk you through these decisions by giving you two main questions to be thinking about so that you can choose the roof you need in building your dream home.

What is the best type of roofing shingles?

man with protective gloves laying roofing shingles - residential roofing in AuroraWhen it comes to the products and materials we use on your roof, we only use the best. That’s why All Starr Roofing uses Owens Corning shingles, and they have many shingle options for you.

Here’s a list of shingle types, including the pros and cons of each type:

  • Asphalt shingles are the most widely used type of shingles in America because they’re economical, easy to install, and low-maintenance. Thus, it is pretty easy to find a roofer in case of repair. Upfront costs are low, but you might need to replace the shingles after about 20 years for this is the expected lifespan of asphalt shingles. Also, this is not advisable in areas where extreme weather conditions are experienced.
  • Metal shingles are quite a strong and durable roofing option. The average lifespan of a metal roof is 50 years if well taken care of exceeding that of asphalt. However, it is quite difficult to find a roofer who is comfortable doing the job since the installation is tricky. They also cost more than asphalt roofs. Average costs range between $____ and $____ per square foot, depending on the type and style of metal – which is more than asphalt but less than concrete tiles. Corrosion also varies by material.
  • Slate shingles are made from a certain type of stone from the earth and are processed into shingles. This type of roofing is by far the most durable, it can last more than 100 years. It won’t burn, is waterproof, and mold and fungus resistant. Slate can withstand extreme weather conditions. It is environment-friendly but is expensive, and maybe off the budget for some homeowners. It is also heavy so if you are opting to slate shingles, it is important to check your home’s structures first if it can support this kind of roofing.
  • Wood shingles are the most natural-looking among all types of shingles. These are easy to install and repair. On average, these can last up to 60 years with proper care and maintenance. But to ensure that it reaches 60 years, you will have to invest ample time and money for its maintenance. Also, bear in mind that woods are not fire-proof even if they are processed with chemicals.
  • Tile shingles are one if not the most expensive type of shingle depending on the material used. Make sure to allot generously on your budget too for the installation. If you are looking for a “one-time” investment-worthy roofing, this could be perfect for you. It is low-maintenance and can last up to 80 years. Don’t forget the elegant vibe it gives to your home. The upfront cost is high but you can save more in the long run.
  • Grass (Green) roof if you are one who loves greens and nature but does not have enough space for a garden, this might be one of the best options for you especially if your area gets sufficient rain to foster such roofing. Aside from the natural vibe it radiates, it is energy-efficient. The grass and other plants on your roof serve as a good insulator so you don’t have to worry too much about hot summers and cold winters. However, this type of roofing demands more time and effort to look good. You also need to water it regularly but not too often so it won’t cause damage to the roof. Another thing to consider is your budget. Having a green roof doesn’t come cheap.

Keep in mind the weather elements of Aurora and Denver Colorado. You’ll want your roof to be able to hold up for many snowy winters, high winds, and storms.

color variations of shingles available for your aurora, colorado roof,

What color and style of shingles is best for your home?

For some, this decision has proven to be the most difficult part of the process. Try thinking through these points to come to help you decide:

  • What works with your home type? The same shingles that would pair nicely with a farmhouse, may not work as well for a villa, or modern home. Curb appeal is important, especially if there’s the possibility that you’ll be putting your house on the market in the future.
  • If you don’t know where to start for inspiration, go outside and look around. In the residential area of Denver, do you see a roof you like? Take notes on what you like and what you don’t like.

Whatever type of roofing shingles that you chose for your home, we got it all for you!

Is it time to replace your shingles?

  • Is your neighborhood part of a homeowner’s association? You may need to check with them to see what shingle colors are allowed.
  • Check out this tool that Owens Coming has developed to let you see your home with different shingles on it.

Here at All Starr Roofing, we would love to offer you our expertise in roofing installations. Give us a call or contact us. We are focused on residential Denver roofing and would love to talk with you about your roofing needs!

Owens Corning Products

Here at All Starr, we proudly use Owens Corning shingles. When it comes to the products and materials we use on your roof, we only use the best. Owens Corning tests their shingles extensively and makes a product that is as innovative and beautiful as it is impact resistant, energy saving, and sustainable.

Owens Corning Logo

Owens Corning is recognized for producing America’s most recommended roofing products by the 2018 Women’s Choice Awards. Relax knowing that All Starr Roofing and Owens Corning are committed to the highest quality possible.

Read more about shingles on our blog, here and here.

New roofing shingles are a great investment for your home. From the right type to the perfect color, it’s easy to get lost in all of your options!

We are here to walk you through these decisions by giving you two main questions to be thinking about so that you can choose the roof you need in building your dream home.

What is the best type of roofing shingles?

man with protective gloves laying roofing shingles - residential roofing in AuroraWhen it comes to the products and materials we use on your roof, we only use the best. That’s why All Starr Roofing uses Owens Corning shingles, and they have many shingle options for you.

Here’s a list of shingle types, including the pros and cons of each type:

  • Asphalt shingles are the most widely used type of shingles in America because they’re economical, easy to install, and low-maintenance. Thus, it is pretty easy to find a roofer in case of repair. Upfront costs are low, but you might need to replace the shingles after about 20 years for this is the expected lifespan of asphalt shingles. Also, this is not advisable in areas where extreme weather conditions are experienced.
  • Metal shingles are quite a strong and durable roofing option. The average lifespan of a metal roof is 50 years if well taken care of exceeding that of asphalt. However, it is quite difficult to find a roofer who is comfortable doing the job since the installation is tricky. They also cost more than asphalt roofs. Average costs range between $____ and $____ per square foot, depending on the type and style of metal – which is more than asphalt but less than concrete tiles. Corrosion also varies by material.
  • Slate shingles are made from a certain type of stone from the earth and are processed into shingles. This type of roofing is by far the most durable, it can last more than 100 years. It won’t burn, is waterproof, and mold and fungus resistant. Slate can withstand extreme weather conditions. It is environment-friendly but is expensive, and maybe off the budget for some homeowners. It is also heavy so if you are opting to slate shingles, it is important to check your home’s structures first if it can support this kind of roofing.
  • Wood shingles are the most natural-looking among all types of shingles. These are easy to install and repair. On average, these can last up to 60 years with proper care and maintenance. But to ensure that it reaches 60 years, you will have to invest ample time and money for its maintenance. Also, bear in mind that woods are not fire-proof even if they are processed with chemicals.
  • Tile shingles are one if not the most expensive type of shingle depending on the material used. Make sure to allot generously on your budget too for the installation. If you are looking for a “one-time” investment-worthy roofing, this could be perfect for you. It is low-maintenance and can last up to 80 years. Don’t forget the elegant vibe it gives to your home. The upfront cost is high but you can save more in the long run.
  • Grass (Green) roof if you are one who loves greens and nature but does not have enough space for a garden, this might be one of the best options for you especially if your area gets sufficient rain to foster such roofing. Aside from the natural vibe it radiates, it is energy-efficient. The grass and other plants on your roof serve as a good insulator so you don’t have to worry too much about hot summers and cold winters. However, this type of roofing demands more time and effort to look good. You also need to water it regularly but not too often so it won’t cause damage to the roof. Another thing to consider is your budget. Having a green roof doesn’t come cheap.

Keep in mind the weather elements of Aurora and Denver Colorado. You’ll want your roof to be able to hold up for many snowy winters, high winds, and storms.

color variations of shingles available for your aurora, colorado roof,

What color and style of shingles is best for your home?

For some, this decision has proven to be the most difficult part of the process. Try thinking through these points to come to help you decide:

  • What works with your home type? The same shingles that would pair nicely with a farmhouse, may not work as well for a villa, or modern home. Curb appeal is important, especially if there’s the possibility that you’ll be putting your house on the market in the future.
  • If you don’t know where to start for inspiration, go outside and look around. In the residential area of Denver, do you see a roof you like? Take notes on what you like and what you don’t like.

Whatever type of roofing shingles that you chose for your home, we got it all for you!

Is it time to replace your shingles?

  • Is your neighborhood part of a homeowner’s association? You may need to check with them to see what shingle colors are allowed.
  • Check out this tool that Owens Coming has developed to let you see your home with different shingles on it.

Here at All Starr Roofing, we would love to offer you our expertise in roofing installations. Give us a call or contact us. We are focused on residential Denver roofing and would love to talk with you about your roofing needs!

Owens Corning Products

Here at All Starr, we proudly use Owens Corning shingles. When it comes to the products and materials we use on your roof, we only use the best. Owens Corning tests their shingles extensively and makes a product that is as innovative and beautiful as it is impact resistant, energy saving, and sustainable.

Owens Corning Logo

Owens Corning is recognized for producing America’s most recommended roofing products by the 2018 Women’s Choice Awards. Relax knowing that All Starr Roofing and Owens Corning are committed to the highest quality possible.

Read more about shingles on our blog, here and here.

Get in Touch With Us

Reach out to us today to learn about how we can help you with your roofing needs. We look forward to hearing from you!

Contact Us Today

Get in Touch With Us

Reach out to us today to learn about how we can help you with your roofing needs. We look forward to hearing from you!

Contact Us Today