Residential Roofing You Can Trust
A home is only as good as the roof that protects it, which is why, at Chief Roofing Inc., we take your home's roof very seriously. We want your family to be taken care of as though you were our own family.
When it comes to residential roofing, there are some decisions that you'll need to make. The first is what type of coverage you're looking for on your roof. We offer a variety of options, including metal roofing and many different varieties of shingles to fit your wants and needs.
Why Choose Shingles?
Asphalt shingles are the most widely installed residential roofing materials in the United States. Why do homeowners and residential roofers choose this product so consistently? Here are just a few of the features that make asphalt shingles a superior choice for residential roofing.
- Beautiful colors to choose from
- Wide selection of textures
- Huge variety of shingle styles
- Many pricing options
- Superb value
- Long life-expectancy
- Ideal weight; not too heavy or too light
- Few leak problems
- Excellent uplift resistance
- Easy to repair
- Low maintenance
- No additional structure required to carry weight
- Wide availability of products
Why Choose Metal Roofing?
In recent years, metal roofing has become much more prominent in new home construction. There are a number of reasons you might consider choosing a metal roof over shingles. Here are a few of the benefits:
Longer Life Expectancy
A metal roof offers a longer life expectancy than shingles. Some metal roofing can last between 20 and even 50 years because it's so sturdy.
Installation Is Quick & Easy
Because the metal is lightweight, roofing contractors can take care of the installation process quicker.
Metal Roofing Is Fire-Resistant
When it comes to fire resistance, no other type of roofing offers your home the type of protection that metal roofing does.
Save Energy Costs with Heat Conduction
Your metal roof actually reflects the heat from the sun, meaning you'll likely save on energy costs.
Metal Offers Maximum Shedding
Your metal roof will shed snow and rain quicker than its asphalt counterparts.