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Serving the Greater Houston & College Station areas and beyond.

Architectural Shingles

At The Roof Depot, we enjoy learning about the new technologies and styles on the market today. One newer technology that we’ve really taken a liking to—and have seen perform in any weather—is architectural shingles. These are a neat way to spruce up your home aesthetically while ensuring a higher quality roof at the same time.

At The Roof Depot, we enjoy learning about the new technologies and styles on the market today. One newer technology that we’ve really taken a liking to—and have seen perform in any weather—is architectural shingles. These are a neat way to spruce up your home aesthetically while ensuring a higher quality roof at the same time.

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What Are Architectural Shingles? LessLess

What Are Architectural Shingles?
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The main thing you need to know is that they are shingles that achieve an architectural look while providing more durability. They do the same protective job as traditional shingles but with a stylistic element. Regular shingles tend to be flat and one dimensional, whereas architectural ones can have a 3D component to them.

They can accent your roof’s pre-existing pitch or give it a new look altogether. We at The Roof Depot have seen and installed this choice of shingle on several Katy & Houston area homes, replacing the older traditional style. 

The architectural shingles’ life span is nearly double that of traditional shingles because they are generally made of sturdier material, such as asphalt or laminate. And although this sturdier quality means you may be paying more up front for them, you’ll be saving money down the line by not having to replace them in 10-15 years like you would a traditional shingle.

The main thing you need to know is that they are shingles that achieve an architectural look while providing more durability. They do the same protective job as traditional shingles but with a stylistic element. Regular shingles tend to be flat and one dimensional, whereas architectural ones can have a 3D component to them.

They can accent your roof’s pre-existing pitch or give it a new look altogether. We at The Roof Depot have seen and installed this choice of shingle on several Katy & Houston area homes, replacing the older traditional style. 

The architectural shingles’ life span is nearly double that of traditional shingles because they are generally made of sturdier material, such as asphalt or laminate. And although this sturdier quality means you may be paying more up front for them, you’ll be saving money down the line by not having to replace them in 10-15 years like you would a traditional shingle.

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If You’re Considering A Roof Replacement… LessLess

If You’re Considering A Roof Replacement…
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If you are considering redoing your roof, we highly suggest purchasing architectural shingles.

If you are considering redoing your roof, we highly suggest purchasing architectural shingles.

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