Asphalt Shingles

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Asphalt Shingles


Asphalt ShinglesAsphalt shingles are one of the most popular roofing materials used in Colorado & Texas, including the United States. This roofing material is made from a combination of asphalt, fiberglass, and other materials that are then coated with granules to protect against the elements. Asphalt offers a range of benefits that make them an attractive option for homeowners and commercial property owners.


Asphalt shingles have several features that make them a popular choice for roofing.

  • Affordability: Asphalt is one of the most affordable roofing materials available. They are less expensive than other materials like metal roofing or tile roofing, making them an attractive option for those on a budget.
  • Durability: Asphalt is durable and can last up to 30 years with proper installation and maintenance. They are also designed to withstand severe weather conditions like heavy rain, hail, and high winds.
  • Variety: Asphalt comes in a variety of colors and styles, allowing homeowners and property owners to choose a roofing material that complements their home or building’s architectural style.
  • Easy Installation: Asphalt is easy to install and can be installed by a professional roofing contractor in a relatively short amount of time.


  • How long do shingles last? Asphalt can last up to 30 years with proper installation and maintenance. However, their lifespan may be shorter in areas with severe weather conditions.
  • Are shingles eco-friendly? Asphalt shingles are not considered to be eco-friendly, as they are not biodegradable and contribute to landfill waste. However, some manufacturers offer asphalt shingles made from recycled materials.
  • Can asphalt shingles be installed on top of an existing roof? In some cases, asphalt can be installed on top of an existing roof. However, it is important to consult with a professional roofing contractor to determine if this is a feasible option for your specific situation.
  • Are shingles fire-resistant? Asphalt is not fire-resistant. However, some manufacturers offer shingles with a fire-resistant coating.