Composite Shingle

Getting a New Roof On Your Home

If you’re getting a new roof, chances are good it’ll be composition shingles. Composition shingles are very popular in the residential roofing market. Composition shingles are “composed” of asphalt and fiberglass.  Composition shingles are relatively cheap, easy to install, and fire-resistant.  In most neighborhoods, you will see composition shingles on the roofs.

Composition Shingle Are Popular Due To Their High Quality 

At Joe Ochoa Roofs, we can show you many unique options for composition shingles. Keep in mind, the stronger the warranty, the thicker and more wind resistant the shingle will be.  We can show you some samples of extremely thick, beautiful, and storm proof composition shingles – with exceptionally long life and incredible wind warranties. Our roofing experts can help you find the best composition shingles that will be fit your home and budget.

What Color Should Your Roof Be?

The color of your roof is important. When it comes to composition shingles, prices are generally the same whatever the color unless you are choosing designer shingles. The current color shingle you have up on your house now may be just what you need.  Keep in mind, if you have a neighborhood association you may have to follow their deeded color roof options. Most shingle colors have about 5 or 6 earthy color options. Earth-tones are grays and browns, rustic reds and charcoal. Your shingle color should complement your home’s brick or siding exterior.

High Winds and Strong Storms Can Damage Your Roof

If you are concerned about hurricanes or high wind storms, choose a high warranty composition shingle, if at all possible. They’re definitely worth it – historically the heavier the shingle the better they perform during strong storms.  Call Joe Ochoa Roofs & Even More we’re here to help you find the right composition shingles for your roof.

High Winds and Strong Storms

If you are concerned about hurricanes or high wind storms, choose a high warranty composition shingle, if at all possible. They’re definitely worth it – historically the heavier the shingle the better they perform during strong storms.  Call Joe Ochoa Roofs & Even More we’re here to help!