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residential Roofing Types 

Standing seam

Standing Seam metal roofing is defined as a concealed fastener metal panel system that features vertical legs and a broad, flat area between the two legs. It’s also described as having raised seams, or vertical legs, that rise above the level of the panel’s flat area. Standing seam systems can be used for either metal roofing, which is the most common, or metal walls.

Asphalt shingle

Asphalt shingles are one of the least expensive roofing materials, and they are available in a wide variety of colors. Asphalt shingles are commonly used on sloped roofs, single homes, and smaller residential projects just to name a few. This material is very easy to install and provides flexibility during its installation process. Nowadays, shingles are also available with different textures and thickness, and they can be treated against mold and mildew.

Corrugated metal

Corrugated metal roofing can typically last much longer than a traditional asphalt shingles. Corrugated and ribbed metal panels are made of metal sheets — normally G-60 or G-90 (Better galvanized steel, but can also be aluminum and stainless steel sheets that are shaped into ridges or waves.)

Advantages and disadvantages

Asphalt Shingles

Asphalt shingles can be a great alternative for a quick and economic repair, but be sure to understand the benefits and drawbacks of using this product.


  • Easy to Install
  • Economic Alternative
  • Relatively large lifespan
  • A wide variety of colors to choose from
  • Can be recycled


  • Can decay with sudden weather changes
  • If possible avoid installing them in severe cold weather
  • Wind can affect and generate uplift upon the shingles
  • Attic ventilation problems can reduce the shingles’ life
  • Although not high, maintenance is required. It is recommended to have periodic maintenance routines

Standing Seam Metal

Metal Standing Seam Has a great modern aesthetically pleasing visual appeal, but be sure to understand the benefits and drawbacks of using this product.


  • Metal roofs are long lasting
  • Environmentally friendly
  • Better energy efficiency
  • A wide variety of colors to choose from
  • Very stylish appearance
  • Recyclable material


  • Can be more expensive
  • Roofing can be dented by severe weather circumstances
  • Can be a bit more noisy roofing type

Corrugated Metal

Corrugated metal roofing is a great inexpensive option for your roofing needs, but be sure to understand the benefits and drawbacks of using this product.


  • Being metal, it is fire resistant, and mold along with bugs will not be a problem
  • Very low cost, both for material and overall installation
  • Multiple color options
  • Great ROI
  • Eco-Friendly


  • Not leak proof, as the caulking will not last as long as the material itself.
  • Generality need maintenance after 15 years such as inspecting / fixing fasteners re-caulking or re-coating paint
  • Aesthetically, not the most beautiful of metal options, although it is subjective

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