TAMKO®’s AstonWood® Shingles: Its Features and BenefitsBy Stacy Mellete
You have an abundance of options when it comes to choosing the materials for your roof repairs or replacement projects. You have the typical materials, such as asphalt shingles, clay and concrete tile, and even slate roofing. There are also numerous brands available on the market for your consideration. However, while there are many materials and brands available out there, there might be one that you missed: the AstonWood® metal shingles of TAMKO®.
In this post, Affordable Roofing Systems discusses the features and benefits of the AstonWood metal shingles.
If you’re looking for the durability of metal roofing and the aesthetic appeal of cedar shingles, then this roofing option is the residential roofing material to go for.
Thanks to its galva-strength steel construction, the AstonWood roofing shingles easily replicates the deep hand-hewn texture of wood without sacrificing durability and longevity.
It also comes in a wide range of colors that can suit almost every architectural style and is also made of fire-resistant galvanized steel.
The AstonWood steel shingles also comes with a lot of benefits for your home and your household. For instance, this roofing material is ENERGY STAR certified since its wide range of cool colors are highly reflective and can help lower your cooling costs and lower your energy consumption.
It can also reduce your labor and disposal costs since it can easily be installed over existing asphalt shingles. In terms of performance, on the other hand, the AstonWood steel shingles have a Class A fire resistance and a Class 4 impact resistance, allowing it to easily resist the damage from debris that can be thrown around by storms.
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