Shingles Options | Pacific Palisades Roffing
A high-performance roof takes more than just shingles. The performance and longevity of any roof depends on an entire system of products working and performing together, including ventilation, hip and ridge shingles, underlayment, ice and water shields, and attic insulation. Pacific Palisades Roofing uses only top rated manufactured roofing shingles that can help provide maximum durability for your roof, and the most protection for your home.
At Pacific Palisades Roofing, we only install the top manufactured shingle roof systems including GAF, OWENS CORNING, TAMKO, ELK AND CELOTEX. There are several types of shingle systems and shingle colors to choose from.
Asphalt shingles, also called composition shingles, are among the most popular types of roofing materials, both for new work and re-roofing jobs. Asphalt shingles consist mainly of a base mat (commonly organic felt or inorganic fiberglass), hot asphalt saturate and coatings, and mineral surfacing materials.
Features/Benefits of Asphalt Shingles:
- Long Life
- Low cost
- Great fire resistance
- If properly installed will not curl or buckle
- Great economical choice for most residential and re-roofing jobs
- Manufactured in a wide range of styles, shapes and colors to fit your preferences
- Adaptable to almost any kind of building (slopes of 4"X12" and as low as 2"X12")
Today, the architectural or dimensional shingle is growing in popularity. The same materials are used to make these shingles but they are a heavier grade and come with a longer warranty.
Pacific Palisades Roofing has been working with residential and commercial customers to achieve total satisfaction for their roofing needs thanks to high quality workmanship and an unparalleled level of ingenuity. We specialize in building long term working relationships with our customers to ensure that the best roof possible was selected for that particular customer's situation.
Professionally trained personnel use only the highest quality products with strict quality control during construction and with a defined final inspection process to eliminate the headaches. This leaves our clients with peace of mind knowing that their system was properly installed.