Synthetic Shake Shingles
Synthetic Shake Shingles Installation
Prestige Roofing and Remodeling will assist you in repairing and replacing your synthetic shake shingles for your home. This material consists of wooden split logs and are a combination of rubber and plastic. Synthetic shakes are used for not only roofing but for sidings as well. Make sure your synthetic shakes are chemically treated so it will last long. Want to get started on your synthetic shake shingles in Broken Arrow, OK? Call us for more information 918-259-0877.
A list of some of the best shake shingles are:
- CertainTeed XT
- Owens Corning Supreme AR
- Tamko Heritage Vintage
- GAF Marquis WeatherMax
Like other roofing tiles and shingles, a synthetic shake shingle installation can last up to thirty years while maintained properly. This material installations are preferred over architectural shingles that are thicker versions of the traditional 3 tab shingles and weigh over half more. Synthetic shakes are more environment friendly compared to other shingles which contributes in its longevity. As with all roofing materials, synthetic shakes can withstand heavy storms and other extreme weather conditions due to an impact modifier.
To consider replacement of this quality roofing material:
- Check for leaking in the roof
- Check for shingles that are buckled and curled
- Check for nails that are unsecured
Hire a Roofing Professional
After you decide that you want to install synthetic shake shingles
in Broken Arrow, OK and contact Prestige Roofing and Remodeling to hire a highly trained roofing expert, our roofers will make a visit to repair your roofing materials when you call 918-259-0877. When considering repairing your synthetic shakes, look to see if there are any cracks in your shingles.
If there are missing pieces or the shingles are bending and curving then it is time to start making repairs. If the damage is too excessive, your roofing professional may advise to replace the whole or a portion of your roof and provide the costs that you can advise your insurance company on. While inspecting your roof, the roofer will be checking for any cracks or dents in your shingles or any holes in your panels.