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Asphalt Shingles

Our craftsmen are well-versed in two types of asphalt roofing shingles, strip roofing shingles and dimensional roofing shingles.

Asphalt Shingles

GAF Weathermax asphalt shingles on this Essex, CT office building.

Connecticut Roofcrafters has significant experience installing new or replacement asphalt shingle roofs. We are also well-versed in maintenance and repairs of asphalt shingles.

The most commonly used covering on residential properties in the market, the primary purpose of asphalt in roofing shingles is to serve as a waterproofing agent. It also holds the granules in place and adds to the overall strength of the roofing shingle. The best asphalt will stay flexible and will not dry out or become hard or brittle for the expected life of the roofing shingle.

Our craftsmen are well-versed in two types of asphalt shingles, strip roofing shingles and dimensional roofing shingles.

Strip Asphalt Roofing Shingles – single-layered asphalt roofing shingles typically designed to look like slate. Usually the lightest weight asphalt roofing shingles available in the market, they are built on a tough fiberglass base and each shingle provides resistance to blow-off and tearing. Strip roofing shingles are used primarily by home builders manufacturing economy priced homes or purchased by homeowners as replacement roofing shingles for homes that already have strip shingles on the roof.

Dimensional Asphalt Roofing Shingles – manufactured as multi-layered products providing a thicker, richer, multi-dimensional look on the roof. Dimensional roofing shingles typically are heavier weight than strip roofing shingles and usually have improved warranty protections, which can range from 30-years to Lifetime.

Asphalt shingles will allow us to provide a durable, high-quality roof for your home or business at a value-oriented budget. Primarily, we recommend asphalt shingles from CertainTeed, or GAF although we can install shingles from any manufacturer you desire.  To learn more, contact us via email or call us Toll Free at (888) 612-0798.