Roofing Materials Every Homeowner Should Consider
Roofing your house may not sit high on the list of exciting home renovation projects. But it’s one of those things that you can’t keep putting off. Re-roofing your house can be more exciting than you might think. With a wide range of roofing materials to choose from, along with giving you upgraded protection from the weather, you also can give your home a fresh look. But, the integrity of your roof will only go as far as the quality and longevity of your roofing underlayment. Join us as we take you through the top roofing materials and roof underlayment options.
Roofing Materials You Should Consider
Choosing the right roofing material can be a tough decision. But getting this decision right will give you that ultimate sense of satisfaction.
Here are the top roofing material contenders: Here’s a look at the main options:
Metal roofing systems are growing in popularity throughout North America. Not only are they lightweight, but they are also inexpensive to maintain. Their design versatility gives you so many exciting finishes to choose from. But a metal roof’s stand out feature is its durability. They really do last for a long time. Therefore, they need to be paired with a high-quality roofing underlayment. Investing in a sub-standing underlayment may result in a premature roof replacement. This could lead to an unnecessary expense.
Interesting side fact: Living in Coral Springs comes with its fair share of summer rain. If you enjoy that light pitter-patter sound of rain on your roof, then metal roofing is the way to go. The gentle sound of rain can be soothing to the ears and the soul.
Shingles are probably the most common roofing material. Made from fiberglass and asphalt, shingles are easy to install because of their uniform shape. Their lower cost boosts their popularity. To improve on the quality, simply combine your shingle install with a higher-grade underlayment.
A single installation, 2-ply underlayment may work best. Combining your shingle and underlayment install will save you time and money by cutting down on the installation labor force. Getting this right should give you 20-30 years on your shingles roof. You may find that a quality underlayment will outlast your shingle roof.
Clay and Concrete Tiles
Tiles are a very hardy roofing option. The good news is that they’re particularly well suited to our South Florida Climate. This is because they are wind resistant and fend well during hurricane season. Tiled roofs are a heavy roofing material, which is why they need a strong underlayment system. A sub-standard underlayment may perish after a few wet and windy summers. Tag & Stick is a quality underlayment option for your roof. The 2-ply underlayment system meets and exceeds wind uplift requirements in Florida, giving you that peace of mind.
Flat roofing comes with the benefit of easy accessibility. This makes roofing maintenance an easy process. This easy accessibility allows for underlayment to be installed quickly. A downside of a flat roof is that it tends to accumulate with water over time which can lead to a leaking roof. Investing in a high-quality roofing underlayment will increase your roof’s waterproofing. Tag & Stick now offers a quality underlayment option for your flat roof. The 2-ply, silicone coated underlayment system can give you 30 years of service.
The Homeowners Roofing Underlayment Choice
When it comes to roofing underlayment in Coral Springs and surrounds, Tag & Stick is the wise choice. Tag & stick benefits from ongoing development all under the South Florida climate.
It’s a tried and tested underlayment with the following unique benefits:
- Fast and easy application
- Strong 2-ply system
- Extremely durable
- Easy removal process
- Safe installation technique
Consider Tag & Stick for Your Roofing Project?
As a homeowner, it’s best to invest in top-quality roofing materials. All roof coverings are only as good as their underlayment. By choosing Tag & Stick you’re leaning on over 25 years of experience. You’ll be getting the underlayment that is tailor-made for South Florida Climate. Tag & Stick is the best underlayment option for all roofing types. For the best underlayment roofing materials, call us at 954-444-4843. You can also follow Tag & Stick on Facebook for more roofing material informatio