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Whether you need roof service, re-roofing, or a flat roofing system for your Long Island home Pro Home Construction provides the professional service and installation necessary to ensure that your new roof system will last as promised.
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Looking to have a new roof installed on your home? Trying to choose what roof will work best for you and your house? Then you have come to the right place! We at Pro Home NY love providing information to everyone so that they can make the best decision for their home. Even if they choose to use another company. If you are searching for a new roof then you may already know that there are a ton of choices, classes and so much more. Here you will find a list of the most common roofs, and some information about each roof. If you have any questions or would like to speak with someone about these different roofs, then feel free to give us a call! With out further ado lets get started!
- Asphalt Shingles
This type of roof will be the most common that you see on most houses. This reason for this is that they are effective in all environmental conditions. While quality does vary, we always tell our clients to ask if the asphalt shingles being installed or going to be installed on their home have passed the ASTM D3161, Class F (110 mph) or ASTM D7158, Class H (150 mph) wind test and the AC438 durability test. Yea those are a lot of test, and this just covers the basic test. While upfront cost is low, you should understand that replacement for these types of roofs will need to be replaced in about 20 years give or take.
- Solar Tiles
Today you will find solar panels on some homes. They also have an option for solar tiles. These tiles integrate seamlessly into existing shingles, which could generate up to 1 kilowatt of energy per 100 square feet. These do cost more then traditional solar options; they will help offset energy cost.
- Metal Roofing
A true classic in the roofing business. With some of our clients loving the sound of rain hitting the metal, we must say that a metal roof is not for everyone. These roofs do have a long-life expectancy of about 60 years, they excel at sloughing off heavy snow and rain, burn resistant and so many more benefits. They can however be noisy during rainstorms and could dent from hail. Cost will usually be more then asphalt but less than concrete tiles.
Slate roofing can last more than 100 years, it will not burn, waterproof and resists mold. It is extremely effective in wet climates but is expensive, and heavy. Which is why it can be easily broken when stepped on.
- Stone- coat steel
This type of roof is economical, effective choice for wet, windy regions and areas prone to wildfires. Resist to damaged caused by heavy rains, winds up to 120 miles per hour, hail and so much more. This is achieved by the panels mimic slate.
- Rubber Slate
Rubber slate has a natural look but can be cut with almost any knife. These roofs can last 100 years but can be damaged by satellite dishes and walking which means it can be damaged by hail, like slate roofs.
- Concrete Tiles and Clay
These roofs can stand up to tornadoes, hurricanes and windows up to 125 miles per hour. Even earthquakes in some cases. These roofs are great in warm, dry climates. In some cases, extra support could be needed to support the extra weight. These roofs are also likely to break if walked on.
- Green Roofs
While the name may suggest its just a roof painted green, it indeed is not. These roofs have plants covered over them thus they can increase air quality, reduce water runoff and insulate homes. Their life span is about 40 years. They may also need extra support, vapor barrier, thermal insulation and several other things to make them feasible for a home.
While we just went over some roofs and some information about each one there are a ton of other options. We always suggest talking to a roofing expert about what roof will be best for your home. If you have any questions about anything regarding roofs, please feel free to give us a call!
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