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Most common types of Shingle Roof.

Investing in a new Shingle Roof, the homeowner should know that a new roof is much more than just slapping new shingles on a roof. A new Shingle Roof is an opportunity to add more curb appeal and become a value asset to, not only protect your home but beautify your home for years to come and maintain its resell value.

Independent research firms surveyed American homeowners about styles of shingles based on appearance and curb appeal of the home and consensus was that most homeowners preferred the look of a dimensional shingles over the other leading styles like a three tab shingle.

In other facts according to a survey conducted by the National association of realtors agreed that you can increase the value of your home by an average of five percent with a new properly installed dimensional shingle roof.

So why would you choose anything else for your  roof investment.

High end Dimensional shingles are unlike other traditional laminated or three tab shingles. Higher end dimensional shingles offer a sophisticated computer applied feathering technique. When combined with random top layer it results in a dimensional shingle with excellent depth and dimension and a awesome look when compared to lesser expensive shingles.

Higher end dimensional shingles are heavier, thicker and more wind resistant than the more traditional three tab shingle. A properly installed dimensional Shingle Roof is designed to withstand winds up to 130 miles per hour. Giving you exceptional piece of mind during the hurricane season.

Traditional three tab Shingle Roof  can also add curb appeal if you’re on a budget and you need a new roof immediately. Traditional three tab Shingle Roof usually is expected to last 25 years but usually in the southern region area of the United states where climates are warmer you could expect to begin considering a roof replacement after 18 to 20 years and typically can withstand winds up to 70 mph. Traditional colors would be Grey, white or natural brown. Although not as popular when compared to dimensional shingles, three tab shingles are more common due to its price and affordability.