Asphalt shingles have dominated the roofing industry for many years thanks to their affordability and durability. They provide cost-effective protection to your home while increasing your curb appeal. Easy installation and maintenance are the icing on the cake.
The two main types of asphalt shingles are three-tab and architectural. In today’s post, Thomas Roofing Company, Inc., your premier roofing contractor, explains the differences between the two:
When people think of traditional asphalt shingles, they are probably picturing three-tab shingles. Featuring a single tab shape and size, they are available in different colors and lie flat on the roof decking, creating a sleek appearance. Many homeowners opt for three-tab shingles due to the economical price.
Our collaboration with GAF, the largest roofing manufacturer in North America, permits us to offer the brand’s high-quality line of three-tab shingles. You can select from the two collections: Marquis WeatherMax® and Royal Sovereign®.
One of the distinguishing characteristics of architectural shingles is their varying size and shape. They have a rich, multi-dimensional appearance that enhances the architectural design of your home. They also add value because of their heavy-duty performance.
GAF manufactures high-quality architectural shingles that can withstand extreme conditions. Their Timberline® shingles prevent leaks caused by roof shrinking and inclement weather. Each piece is attached using Dura Grip™ adhesive, which averts shingle blow-offs.
You can turn to Thomas Roofing Company, Inc. We deliver high-quality products and services. Our many years of excellence and experience as a roofing company allow us to offer materials that can withstand extreme conditions. To learn more, call us at 410-876-3602. We serve residents of Columbia, Towson, and Westminster, MD.