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Saskatchewan 

1 (306) 638-7663


Manitoba


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Why Choose Rubber Roofing Shingles? We'll Tell You!

Why Choose Rubber Roofing Shingles? We'll Tell You!

Asphalt shingles seem to be the favourite for commercial roofing materials but have you ever considered rubber? Recycled rubber is commonly used to manufacture asphalt shingle shakes, but they are highly flammable under extremely high temperatures. Rubber shingles are made of rubber, just like the name describes! They are eco-friendly as they are recycled, and they are twice as long-lasting as asphalt shingles. Plus, they're prettier than their name suggests. Rubber roofing shingles are designed to look like cedar shakes or natural slate, providing an incredibly authentic appearance. Considering the design of your new roof is essential for homeowners with traditional home styles! If you're looking to change the appearance of your home completely, rubber roofing is the way to go!

Rubber roofing materials accurately replicate the style and beauty of traditional roofing materials like cedar shake shingles or slate shake shingles. Rubber roofing shingle systems replace leaking roofs, as well as for new construction and repairs. Rubber roofing materials come in a range of colours and styles tailored to fit almost any type of building.

Synthetics Slate Shake Shingles

Slate shingles tend to deteriorate, and poor ventilation and air quality in the home can result. Homes with slate roofing systems often need reinforcement to handle the additional weight that slate presents. Synthetic slate shingles, however, can be the best choice. Rubber roofs, aka composite or synthetic roofing systems, are produced from 100% recycled materials, and they offer a clean, natural look that can easily match any home. Synthetic slate shingles are lightweight and durable so that they won't add additional weight to your home. Synthetic cedar shingles can be the best choice for any homeowner!

Synthetic Cedar Shake Shingles

The high quality of synthetic cedar shingles is indisputable. Their effectiveness at protecting roofs from the elements is quickly becoming the standard. Synthetic cedar shingles are made out of polyurethane, then shaped and moulded into sturdy, durable, and long-lasting shingles. The engineered wood fibres are mixed with UV inhibitors to help protect your shingles against sun damage, the leading cause of the fading of the paint. So if you are looking for a roofing shingle that can outlast traditional cedar shingles, look no further than the industry-leading synthetic cedar shingles!

Composite Shake Shingles

Composite shingles are the best of both worlds. Not only are they practical, durable, and affordable, but they are also aesthetically pleasing to the eye. Why are they so popular? Well, they are available in a vast range of colours and styles so that you can fit them into your house's unique décor. You can also easily cut them into smaller sections to fit an odd-sized roof, and the materials used in the manufacturing process are pliable. Be sure to take off the old roofing material before you install the new one! If you need to use a power tool for this, be sure to choose one that's powerful enough.

Rubber roofing shingles to be more durable and affordable than traditional roofing materials. These roofing materials don't require a lot of upkeep and can last up to twenty-five years with little sign of wear. Rubber shingles can be expected to last anywhere from 15 up to 30 years (and usually come with a 30-year manufacturer warranty) and require little roof maintenance. Our favourite part is that rubber roofing systems are incredibly insulating and thus increase a home's energy efficiency.

If you're looking to install a new roofing system, don't use the same materials we used 30 years ago but keep the look! There has been much progress made in the materials, design and installation processes we use in the roofing industry. Take advantage of this progress; get yourself a new roof that offers excellent energy efficiency, elemental resistance, and environmentally conscious materials.