These are the shingles you likely grew up with and, if you’re like 80% of the country’s homeowners, are probably on your home right now. Made from paper mat or fiberglass and infused with asphalt, these shingles have a grainy texture when touched. At Erdmann Exteriors, we are proud to install CertainTeed shingles, which are prized for their quality, durability, performance, and aesthetics.
There’s no need to wonder what kind of roofing material will be best for your home with an Erdmann Exteriors roofer in Illinois helping you. We offer free in-home consultations where will examine your roof inside and out, discuss your ideas, and answer your questions. Together, we’ll evaluate all of the different roofing options available and help you make a decision on roof replacement in Illinois you’ll love for years to come.
Contact Erdmann Exteriors if you need a roofer in Illinois. We can be reached at 847-380-3157 to arrange a free consultation or fill out our online form to speak to a roofer in Illinois.
These aren’t the old flat, tinned roofs of the past. Today’s metal roofs are attractive, energy-efficient and light-weight. They may be made from steel, aluminum, copper, or zinc alloy. They come in shingles or sheets that feature standing seams, which offer an added layer of protection against moisture.
Cedar shingles and shakes provide a classic wood look to the roof. Cedar is naturally mold, mildew, and insect-resistant, but has a low fire tolerance unless it is treated. They can be left to weather naturally or be painted. Cedar requires more maintenance than any other type of roofing material but it makes up for it in looks.
One of the oldest roofing materials known to man, slate remains popular for good reason. It is extremely durable and wind and fire-resistant. It’s a 100% natural material, but very heavy and usually requires roof reinforcement. Best for steep-sloped roofs.
Heavy, but long-lasting and low maintenance, tiles may be made from clay or concrete. They provide excellent fire resistance and can be made to resemble traditional clay tiles, wood shakes, or slate.