What Every Homeowner Should Know About Their Roof [Infographic]

We often take our roofs for granted until they stop working, but your roof is a key component of your home. It keeps you warm, it helps you store energy and it keeps out the elements.

To learn more about your roof, check out this infographic from SevereWeatherRoofing.com:

Severe Weather Roofing Infographic

Which Roof Covering is Right For You?

Slate

$600 – $12,000

Lasts 40 to 175 Years

Beautiful. Durable. Weight may require structural support.

Concrete Tile

$150 – $250

Lasts 20 to 25 Years

Clay Tile

$200 – $600

Lasts 20 to 25 Years

Low maintenance. Weight may require structural support.

Metal

$100 – $300

Lasts 20 to 25 Years

Strong. Durable. Lightweight. Low maintenance.

Wood Shake

$100 – $250

Lasts 15 to 20 Years

High maintenance. Requires significant care and upkeep.

Asphalt Shingle

$50

Lasts 7 to 15 Years

By far the most popular choice. Affordable, easy to install.

Architectural Shingle

$60 – $80

Lasts 12 to 17 Years

Asphalt shingles that mimic the look of other products.

 

Does your roof need to be replaced? Are you active military, veteran or a retiree? Take advantage of our Roofs for Troops special and get a $250 rebate off a lifetime roofing system.

At The Chuba Company, our dedication to service, attention to detail and use of top-quality products ensures that we will be your trusted partner throughout the renovation process. Contact us for an estimate, and be sure to follow us on Facebook, Pinterest and Houzz to see our quality project examples!

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