We offer a variety of roofing shingles to suit any budget or design.
We at Carolina Roofing & Vinyl Siding, LLC want to make sure that you get the best, most durable roof for your needs and budget. While in recent years, a growing number of homeowners have turned to options such as tin sheets or clay tiles for their roofs, most people still prefer tried-and-true roofing shingles. However, many people are not aware that even this traditional roofing material offers them several options. Here is a breakdown of some popular varieties of roofing shingles from our team:
- 3-Tab Shingles- The most recognizable type of roofing shingles is the 3-tab variety. These shingles create the familiar rectangular pattern you’ve likely seen on many homes. This type of shingle is available in a number of colors and is a very economical option.
- Architectural Shingles- A variety of roofing shingles that has been gaining popularity is what’s known as architectural shingles. Like 3-tab shingles, these are made of asphalt; the difference between the two is that architectural shingles are thicker and less uniform in their shape. Many choose architectural shingles because they like the appearance, but they also offer practical benefits such as higher wind resistance.
- Designer Shingles- A third variety of asphalt roofing shingles are known as designer shingles. These shingles are manufactured in different shapes to mimic the look of many different roofing styles, including wood shake, slate, and tile. Designer shingles are a great option if you’re looking for old-world elegance at a budget price.
No matter which type of roofing shingles you choose, you can count on our team at Carolina Roofing & Vinyl Siding, LLC for top-notch installation services. We are proud to serve the Clayton, North Carolina community and will make sure that your new roof does its job while also looking great. Give us a call today to learn more about our roofing shingle options.
At Carolina Roofing & Vinyl Siding, LLC, we offer roofing shingles in Clayton, Raleigh, Wake Forest, Cary, Holly Springs, and Apex, North Carolina.