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Asphalt shingles
are the most common and affordable type of roofing material. They have a life expectancy of about 25 years. They are available in a variety of colors and styles. Architectural shingles are the more expensive version of asphalt shingles, and these can last up to 50 years.

Metal roofing
is typically the most expensive type of roofing, but it is also the most durable, lasting up to 50 years. Not only is metal roofing long-lasting, it is also eco-friendly as it is often made from recycled materials and can then be recycled when you’re done with it. Metal roofing comes in a variety of colors and metals, ranging form red to green to more natural silver and bronze tones.

Tile shingles
are the mid-range price option between these three types of roofing materials. Some tile roofing can last up to 100 years, depending on the material of the tiles. Tile roofing is heavier than other forms of roofing, so before it is installed, you must check to make sure your roof can handle the weight of the tile shingles.

Slate can be made into roofing slates, a type of roof shingle, or more specifically a type of roof tile, which are installed by a slater. Slate has two lines of breakability – cleavage and grain – which make it possible to split the stone into thin sheets.

Rubber slate
Asphalt shingles have a 20-year lifespan, enduring winds from 60 to 120 mph. They offer good protection for your home at a fraction of the cost of other roofing materials. However, rubber shingles are flexible, strong, and can last 30 years or more.

Cedar shake
n most homes, the average life expectancy of a cedar shake roof will be somewhere in the neighborhood of 30 to 40 years. This can be slightly longer than asphalt shingles, but this will vary based on factors such as climate and the presence of overhanging trees.

Grand Manor Roofing
What Are Grand Manor Roof Materials? Grand Manor shingles are a line of luxury laminated shingles produced by CertainTeed. The main idea behind the Grand Manor roof line of shingles is to give the regal appearance of slate tiles without the expense and weight of real slate.