When you’re ready to build or replace your roof, you’ll have abundant choices. As you work on selecting the perfect option for your home, consider the benefits and characteristics of each type of roof, including the price, style, longevity and maintenance requirements.
Most common roofing materials offer good water and wind resistance, but differ in cost, lifespan and other variables. Asphalt roofing materials, which cover more than 80 percent of houses in the U.S., are inexpensive but require regular maintenance. Slate roofs are very durable and long-lived, but can be expensive to install. Roofs made from plastic polymer typically cost more than asphalt ones, but require little maintenance and last for decades. Contact Peak Roofing & Construction at (972) 335-7325 to learn more about your roofing options.