Architectural Shingle Roofing Longwood
Brian Sikes Roofing offers architectural shingle roofing in Longwood and throughout Seminole, Orange, and Volusia counties. Because architectural shingles are thicker than traditional 3-tab or single tab shingles they provide a more durable, layered, and textured roof. Architectural shingles are of the highest quality and will last as long as 30 years or more, making them worth the investment. They are offered in 2 varieties, dimensional and laminated. Dimensional architectural shingles are composed of 2 layers of shingles that are bonded together. Areas of the bottom layer are exposed due to notches that are randomly removed. This gives the roof a 3-dimensional appearance. Laminated architectural shingles are also composed of 2 layers and can imitate the appearance of slate or cedar shingles without the expense. So, when you’re considering roof replacement in Longwood and would like to learn more about the value provided by architectural shingles, call or contact us.
Are Architectural Shingles More Expensive than Typical Shingles?
Architectural asphalt shingles are more expensive than regular shingles but while the cost may be higher, there are numerous benefits. For example, architectural asphalt shingles are far sturdier than normal shingles. They also provide a 3 dimensional appearance that is very attractive. Any time you replace your roof it is a significant investment but architectural shingles can provide up to 30 + years of service.
Major Advantages of Architectural Shingles
Architectural shingles are much more durable than typical 3-tab shingles. While 3-tab shingles are composed on only one layer. This layer sits atop either a cloth or fiberglass sheet. Over time, rain and other elements will loosen the granules from the shingles weakening the roof’s defense. Because architectural shingles have more layers, they are far better at enduring the worst possible weather, such as a hurricane. Architectural shingles can withstand 120 mph winds which is far better than a conventional shingle system rated at 80 mph.
Your home’s roof does more than just protect your home. It also plays a considerable role in your home’s energy efficiency. Architectural shingles do an excellent job of keeping the cool air in your home and preventing it from leaking outside. In addition, architectural shingles are excellent reflectors. By deflecting UV light away from the home, your home stays cooler and requires less energy to keep it comfortable. The government also offers tax incentives when you install an ENERGY STAR rated roof.
We are Your Local Roofing Contractor
If you are considering replacing your roof, consider architectural shingles. If you plan on staying in your home for a long time, or even you are selling, architectural shingles will add to its value and save you money in the long run. Call or contact Brian Sikes Roofing and let us show you how architectural shingles can enhance the beauty of your home while also providing great protection.
Our experience with Brian Sykes Roofing was outstanding. We chose this company because they were highly recommended by a neighbor. Brian himself is very personable and he provided a competitive quote. The work was started and completed in approximately 2 days, including a morning lost because of rain. The crew worked very hard and efficiently.to provide an excellent job. We highly recommend Brian, his supervisor and crews.
When Experience & Dedication Matter, Choose Brian Sikes Roofing
- 100% Customer Satisfaction
- All Types of Roofs
- Free Written Estimates
- Family Owned & Operated
- Specialty Roofing Services
- Locally Owned & Operated
- 3rd Generation Roofing Company
- No Deposit Required
- No Subcontractors
- References Available
- Residential & Commercial
- Seamless Aluminum Gutters
- Roof Inspections
- Soffit & Fascia Repairs
Brian Sikes Roofing Inc. Proudly Offers Services in the Following Areas:
Alafaya – Apopka – Clarcona – Maitland – Orlando – Rio Pinar – Winter Park – Zellwood
Altamonte Springs – Casselberry – Fern Park – Goldenrod – Heathrow – Lake Mary – Longwood – Oviedo – Sanford – Winter Springs
Daytona – DeBary – Deland – Deltona – Edgewater – Orange City – Osteen – Port Orange – New Smyrna