Roofing Materials, Elevating Standards

We transform roofing decisions into an educational journey, ensuring our customers are equipped with knowledge and confidence every step of the way.

Beyond Expectation

We adhere to the highest industry standards, partnering with the best suppliers and performing with exceptional quality and service, backed by thirteen years of experience in the field. 

At SmartPro, we understand that the right materials can make all the difference when it comes to the durability, aesthetics, and overall performance of your roof.

Explore our range of top-grade roofing materials to discover the perfect solution for your home or business.

Types of Residential Roofs We Work With

Frequently Ask Questions

What are the most common types of roofing materials?

The most common roofing materials include asphalt shingles, metal, tiles (clay, concrete, slate), wood shingles or shakes, and synthetic roofing products. Each material has its unique properties, benefits, and aesthetic appeal. The choice of material often depends on factors such as climate, roof design, budget, and personal preference.

Choosing the right roofing material involves considering several factors:

  • Climate: Certain materials perform better in specific climates. For instance, metal roofs are excellent for snowy areas, while clay tiles are ideal in warmer climates.
  • Aesthetics: The material should complement your home’s architectural style.
  • Budget: Costs vary widely among different materials.
  • Durability and Maintenance: Consider the lifespan and maintenance requirements of each material.
  • Energy Efficiency: Some materials offer better insulation and energy-saving properties.*

Lifespans vary significantly among materials:

  • Asphalt Shingles: 15-30 years
  • Metal Roofs: 40-70 years
  • Tile (Clay, Concrete, Slate): 50-100 years
  • Wood Shingles: 25-30 years
  • Synthetic Products: Varies widely based on the material.

The cost of a new roof depends on the material chosen, the size and design of the roof, labor costs in your region, and any additional features like underlayment or special coatings. On average, asphalt shingle roofs are the most affordable, while metal, tile, and high-end synthetic materials tend to be more expensive.

Installing new roofing material over an existing roof is sometimes possible but not always advisable. For instance, a second layer of asphalt shingles can be added over an existing layer. However, adding too much weight, as in the case of installing tile over shingles, can structurally strain your home. It’s always best to consult with a professional roofer to assess your specific situation.

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