Architectural Shingles in Kansas City, Missouri

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About Our Architectural Shingles Services

Here at Cook Roofing Company, we provide all of our valued customers with the highest quality support and treatment. Cook Roofing Company provides free roof inspections. We back all our work with a Lifetime Workmanship Warranty, so you know we'll be around, and we don't take shortcuts. Call 816-680-6996 now!

Not only do Cook Roofing Company professionals understand how roofs are built, but when it comes to many other aspects of construction and repairs on your commercial or residential property in Kansas City, Missouri, Cook Roofing Company will make sure that all the work is done right, so that your property looks great and is secure and dry again for years to come. Call today at 816-680-6996 to experience the Cook Roofing Company difference!

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Cook Roofing Company and Architectural Shingles

Do you have a roofing emergency? Cook Roofing Company is the best place for your roofing needs. We specialize in architectural shingle roofs and offer lifetime workmanship warranties on all of our replacements. Architectural shingles are a type of asphalt shingle with a heavier base mat and is composed of several materials. Our team has replaced hundreds of roofs with architectural shingles, so we know how to get the job done right. Whether you need a new roof or just some repairs, we can help! Our shingle roofs are made with quality materials that will last for years to come. If you want to know more about our workmanship warranty, give us a call today!

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Different Types Of Shingle Roofs

What type of roof do you have? If you're looking for a new roof, there are many different options to choose from. The most common roofs are asphalt shingles, metal, and flat roofs. Flat roofs are used where the pitch or slope is flat or nearly flat. Neither shingles nor metal are good for roof slopes lower than 0.5/12 (a half-inch of rise or less, per every 12 inches of run or horizontal surface). Asphalt shingles come in a variety of colors and styles that can match your home perfectly! Metal is an excellent choice if your home has steep pitches because it's lightweight and durable. There are many options available to you, and it's up to you to decide which you want for your home.

Asphalt Shingle Roofs

Asphalt shingles have a different style and thickness as their defining characteristics.  Modern Asphalt roofs us composition laminated shingles like fiberglass mat embedded with an asphalt compound.

3-Tab Shingle Roofs

Three-tab shingles are a classic, old-school design that really screams nostalgia. But these haven't been used much anymore and have gradually been replaced with more modern styles for the same cost! If you're not in need of an upgrade but want to keep your three-tab roof around out of admiration or respect, it's still possible to convert your current roof into architectural style shingles without breaking the bank.

Architectural Shingle Roofs

Some of the most common shingles that you can find being used now are architectural shingles, also known as laminated composite shingles. Architectural shingles have a staggered look to them, much like wood shake roofs do, but they come in a variety of different colors, which give a unique look that really pops!

Impact-Resistant Shingles

It is important to note that although these shingles are resistant or impervious, hail and other objects can damage even impact-resistant shingles. However, in our experience (having worked with them for years), insurance companies will not pay out on claims of this nature if impact-resistant shingles have shielded the roof from an object like a tree branch. Our opinion is that your money would be better saved as a deductible rather than paying extra for something you may never need; but some local contractors will try their best to sell it anyways!

Wind Rated Shingles

When it comes to wind, there are a variety of options: some shingles won't withstand strong winds and others can take the brunt. The Owens Corning Oakridge is an example since they resist up to 110 mph, but if you're in Springfield, MO, or near areas where straight-line winds exceed 100 miles per hour (such as during hurricanes), then your main concern will be something else entirely! The average homeowner might not have much concern about these types of weather events considering how infrequent they tend to happen, but it's always best for homeowners to know what rating their roof needs so as not to waste money on something more than necessary while also ensuring durability.

Other Designer Shingles

It’s time to find a new roof for your home. There are many different types of shingles available on the market, and Cook Roofing Company is ready to help you explore them all! For example, L-shaped ones with scallops or slate lookalikes. You won’t have any problems finding one that suits your tastes as they come at an affordable price too - just make sure you don't forget about these two important factors when choosing: color match and quality material.

Is it the Right Time to Replace Your Shingle Roof?

Your roof is wearing out. The average lifespan of a roof ranges from 15-25 years, depending on the quality and type of shingles you have installed. If your home has had hail storms or high winds in recent years, it may be time to replace your roof before it becomes even more damaged. Roofers are experts at installing new roofs for homes that need them. They can also repair any damage caused by weather or other factors that might make your current roof unsafe to live under anymore. You don't want to wait until there's a leak in your ceiling before you call someone - get an estimate today!

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Can You Repair a Shingle Roof on Your Own?

Well, that depends on the state and age of your roof. A newer roof has material with better integrity and can possibly handle a repair without being compromised. A shingle roof is comprised of many components that stick together and seal out the weather. If you go to patch it - especially on an older, brittle roof, you can cause more issues! Your best course of action would be calling Cook Roofing Company for a free estimate. We'll give you honest and thorough advice about your options in repairing or replacing your shingled roof! We'll also help you file your insurance claim, so the only thing you'll have to pay for your roof repair will go towards your deductible!

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FAQ

What are the Different Types of Asphalt Shingle?
There are three different types of asphalt shingles: three-tab, luxury shingles, and architectural shingles (also known as dimensional or laminated shingles). Asphalt shingles are the most common shingle used in North America because of their relatively inexpensive cost and durability. The three types of asphalt shingle come at different prices (generally speaking); all you have to do is decern how much you're willing to spend and what specific shingle properties you prefer.
What are Architectural Shingles?
Architectural shingles are a type of asphalt shingle. These shingles are often compared to the other type of asphalt shingle, three-tab shingles, but there are some key differences. Architectural shingles are almost twice as thick as three-tab shingles, making them more durable. They also have a unique look that gives them extra use; you can use the dimensional look to make these shingles look like other materials such as cedar and slate. Architectural shingles also weigh more than three-tab shingles, so they have a higher wind rating of around 80-120 mph.
What is an Architectural Shingle Made of?
Architectural shingles, also known as laminated/dimensional shingles, are made of ceramic-coated minerals in a fiberglass mat that's surrounded by asphalt. Architectural shingles have a lower portion that's laminated and an additional asphalt layer compared to three-tab shingles. An asphalt sealant bonds the different layers and offers a waterproof quality. These qualities cause architectural shingles to be more durable and have a windproof rating of up to 120 mph

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