Three-Tab Shingle Roofs
Affordable Three-Tab Shingle Roofing Services
Three-tab asphalt shingles is one of the most popular options for home roofs in Morristown, New Jersey. In Ballantine Home Improvement’s experience, we can say that’s for good reason. With the potential cost of a new roof being quite significant, three-tab shingles provides homeowners with relief in that regard. It is perhaps the most affordable residential roofing material on the market, and it comes with some other great benefits too.
Ballantine Home Improvement has installed three-tab shingle roofs all over Morristown, New Jersey and surrounds over a number of years, so we know the ins and outs of the material and are constantly up to date with all new roofing developments. Give Ballantine Home Improvement a call today to discuss any of your asphalt shingle roofing needs.
Advantages of Three-Tab Shingle Roofs
Let’s take a look at the reasons why three-tab shingles are so popular with homeowners in Morristown.
Affordable and cost-effective
There is no contest. Three-tab shingles is the most affordable home roofing option. Consider this against the value homeowners get in terms of the look and finish, it would prove to be a good deal by any standard.
Three-tab shingles are well-known for their incredibly light weight. This becomes advantageous in situations where the home’s structure may not be able to bear the weight of heavier materials. The great thing though, is that it’s just light enough to ensure it won’t easily be blown off or compromised during extreme weather conditions. We also specialize in architectural shingle roofing which is a lightweight shingle material as well.
Easy to Maintain
Given that a three-tab shingle roof is properly installed, it should be relatively easy to maintain. It has an uncomplicated installation process, and when there is a need for roof repairs, these will be quick and simple to do.
When three-tab shingles or the entire roof needs to be replaced, homeowners can do it guilt-free as the material is 100% recyclable. It could either take on another life in the form of paving for example, or go back into the circular economy and may even be repurposed as part of another roofing material.