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Installation of Asphalt Roofing Shingle 

Asphalt roof shingles is a very prevalent roofing material used on homes throughout North America… and with great justification. Asphalt Shingles were constructed to safeguard the home through decades of weathering and minimal maintenance. These Asphalt Shingles are offered in many of colors and styles by Chrome Exteriors in Maryland.

Easily Obtainable and Terrific Benefits

Besides being offering an assortment of style options, asphalt shingles are also commonly obtainable throughout North America. These shingles are simple to install, making them a desirable choice for professional roofing contractors to extend to their customers. While receiving a new roof is by no means a low-cost project, asphalt shingles are amongst the most reasonably priced choices available.  In fact, if an current roof deck (the underlying surface underneath the roofing structure) is in decent form, new asphalt shingles can even be mounted over elder shingles, thus lessening the need (and expense) of a tear off the old roofing system. Check with Chrome Exteriors to see if this is a feasible money-saving option for your new roof project in Maryland.

Types Roof Shingles

There are 3 main types of asphalt roofing shingle products available today – strip shingles, dimensional shingles, and luxury shingles. It is vital to recognize the differences between each type of roofing shingle in order to pick the correct product for your home Maryland.

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Similarly known as 3-tab shingles (due to the cut of the shingle) or merely strips, strip shingles are the initial and most basic asphalt shingles. They are produced from a single layer of asphalt and have a very flat presence that usually offers a slate appearance. Because they are made from a single layer, they commonly weigh and cost less than other asphalt shingles. Prior to designer shingles being launched in the 1980s, strip shingles were the prevalent roofing shingle in the marketplace. Now, strip shingles are utilized most often used by home builders that manufacture low-cost homes, or by owners who are switching roofing shingles on home-site that already have strip shingles on their roof.