At Nextgen Roofing we believe in offering you the best solutions when it comes to your residential roof. Our expert workmanship and excellent service prove why we are the number one roofing contractors in Westfield.
We know that installing a new roof can bite a large chunk out of your savings. It is a major investment but it is also something that you wouldn’t want to do too often. Most roofs can last up to 30-40 years, sometimes even longer when properly cared for and maintained. Minor maintenance may be a short term bother but it is much less of a problem than having to repair major roof issues or having to replace the entire thing. The lifespan of your roof is also dependent on things such as environmental conditions, exposure to the elements and the quality of your roofs installation.
Let’s take a look at which roofs will last the longest and thus be easier on your pockets.
Asphalt Shingle Roofing
Asphalt shingle roofing is the most common roofing material in the United States. It is a popular option due to it being relatively cheap and easy to install. However, their lifespan can be anywhere between 10-30 years. Prolonging the lifespan of your asphalt roofing is dependent on many things. These include environmental factors, installation quality, quality of materials, regular maintenance and wear and tear.
Wood Shake and Shingle Roofing
Wood shakes and shingle roofing is one of the most aesthetically pleasing roof material options. This roofing material can last between 25-30 years. However, with meticulous maintenance, your wood shake and shingle roof can last up to 50 years. These wooden panels work great in moderate climates but are not a great option for areas with seasonal forest fires.
Metal roofing is believed to be the most environmentally friendly roofing material available. The metal roofing is often made from 100% recycled materials. Not only is the roof eco-friendly but it is also cost-effective as it has a lifespan of 30-50 years. With proper maintenance, you can stretch this lifespan to nearly 70 years.
Tile roofing can add a pleasant tailored aesthetic to your home. The tiles are made from either terracotta clay, ceramics or concrete. When properly maintained, your tile roof can last you about 100 years. However, homeowners with tile roofs need to be on the lookout for cracking tiles, especially in areas with really hot climates. Tile roofs also do not do well with a lot of foot traffic on them.
Nextgen Roofing, Westfield’s Leading Roofing Company
For all your roofing needs; give Nextgen Roofing a call today and we’ll throw in a free roofing estimate just for you.