Roofing materials affect the overall lifespan of roofing systems, but installation can also affect how long it lasts. This is especially true for steep-slope roofs, which are trickier to install than other roofs.
Asphalt and metal shingles are two of the most popular roofing materials in the country. In fact, most roofing companies are likely to offer these to their clients due to their many excellent qualities. But, did you know that these roofing materials are also sustainable? Asphalt and metal shingles are two of the most environmentally friendly roofing materials on the market today. Treadlite Roofing explains why in this post.
A steep-sloped roof comes with plenty of benefits. It’s great for water runoff, and it also prevents snow from piling up and weighing down the entire roofing structure. It’s also a roof style with great ventilation and can help in reducing moisture build-up in the roof. But, not just any type of material can be used on steep-sloped roofs. Treadlite Roofing offers a short list of the four best materials that can be used with this roof pitch:
Here at Treadlite Roofing, our clients frequently ask us about the difference between the slope types, specifically because of how roof slope can impact their home’s design. Most roofing companies will have plenty to say about the choice of roof slope, but generally, the two choices are either a low, steady slope or steeper slopes. Here’s the difference between the two and their benefits.