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Our goal at Woodbridge Roofers is to provide you with the highest-quality roofing materials for your project. You can trust your professional roofers to help you find the best roof for your needs and budget.

Composite Shake

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The composite shake roofing material is the hottest trend in roofing materials, and it is easy to see why. With composite shakes, you get the best of both worlds: the natural appearance of cedar shakes with the durability and low maintenance of composite materials.

A variety of materials are used to manufacture composite shakes, including recycled plastic and wood fiber. Due to this, they are very resistant to rot, pests, and weather damage. They are also easy to install and can be customized in a variety of colors to match your building's exterior.

Fire resistance is also one of the advantages of composite shakes. It is beneficial to have peace of mind knowing that your home will be better protected in the event of a fire. This may be particularly important to you if you live in an area prone to fires.

Composite shakes are a great option if you are looking for beautiful and durable roofing material.

Fiberglass Shingles

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The fiberglass shingles are composed of a woven fiberglass base mat, covered with a waterproof asphalt coating, and topped with ceramic granules that protect them from ultraviolet rays. Aside from their strength and durability, fiberglass mats require less asphalt than organic-mat asphalt shingles, making them a lighter and more environmentally friendly alternative. Fiberglass shingles are a wise choice for roof installation projects because it is a non-porous, non-changing material that does not dry out or change shape over time.

Although fiberglass shingles are typically more expensive than asphalt shingles, they offer excellent value for your money. It is not necessary to replace your old roof since they can be applied directly over existing shingles. However, if you already have two or more layers of shingles on your existing roof, it's highly recommended to remove the old layers before installing the new ones. The lifespan of fiberglass shingles can range from 25 to 50 years, whereas traditional asphalt shingles usually range from 15 to 20 years. Your roof will last longer, be more durable, and have a more extended warranty if you install fiberglass shingles.