Roofing Material Comparisons:
Outdoor Creations Roofing offers many varieties of roofing to meet your roofing needs. From shingle to green and everything in between, here are some styles to be aware of when choosing your next roof.
Shingles are the most common type of roof in America. These shingles are typically made from asphalt, are relatively inexpensive, are durable, and hold up against severe storms and other extreme weather conditions. Combination asphalt and fiberglass shingles are made up of glass fibers and mineral granules. These shingles are lighter, less expensive, and resist heat better than asphalt shingles.
White Membrane roofing consists of a single-ply roofing fixture that is installed over a current roof. It helps keep builds cool in the summer and retain heat in the winter. It reflects solar rays and lowers energy costs. Overall, it is an environmentally sustainable solution and helps to reduce global warming compared to dark roofs.
Metal roofing is extremely durable, low maintenance, and has an excellent lifespan (around 50 years). They can be custom-fit, perform very well against the elements, and will increase a home’s resale value. Additionally, we provide labor warranties and manufacturer warranties for up to 50 years on metal roofing.
These roofs are made up of layers of vegetation and have a long lifespan. They perform well with storm drainage, reduce heat buildup compared to shingle or tar and gravel roofing, can provide extra green space, and improve the environment. Not to mention, they lower energy costs!
If you have any questions about these or any other styles of roofing, or to find out what type of roof is right for you, contact our office at (918) 558-ROOF (7663).