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Inexpensive Roofing Options

Roofing can become quiet costly for homeowners through all of the maintenance, time, and repairs that go into them. The amount of options, styles, and colors on the market are endless. Choosing a roof that fits your budget and needs can be a daunting and cumbersome task. Considering replacing your roof? Take a look at these four inexpensive roofing options along with their pros and cons:

Built-Up Roof

This roof is a combination of three waterproof layers with hot tar in between and is most commonly seen on buildings. Although not incredibly frequent, this style can also be used for residences.  The gravel that covers the top layer provides fire resistance as another plus. The roof does come with a few issues, however, as it is prone to keep leaks well hidden and have costly maintenance.

Composite Asphalt Shingles

Asphalt shingles are one of the most common roofing options available for residences today and offers more pros than cons. The maintenance  and installation fees are quiet low, and the roof is also fire resistant. Asphalt shingles are available for purchase at most home improvement stores and are easy to replace without professional help. Unfortunately, they are more prone to mold and mildew growth.

Engineered Rubber or Plastic

This light, environmentally friendly roofing option is a somewhat new opportunity and is offered in various styles and colors. The material is made from recycled material and has been suggested to last for nearly 50 years.

Thatch

When installed by a professional, these grass roofs have been proven to keep out all sorts of elements including rain, snow, and wind. This type of roof is only suggested for those who are not worried about any flash fires due to its highly flammable nature.

Interesting in purchasing a new roof for your home? D. Hughes Roofing offers many roofing options which you can see here. Contact us online or by giving us a call at 425-822-5693!

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