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When it comes to asphalt shingle roofing in Fort Myers, the possibilities are truly endless. They come in a variety of different colors and styles—you can even find asphalt shingles that mimic other roofing tiles such as cedar or slate!
CCA Roofing is a top roofing company serving Fort Myers and our team is here to help you find the best roofing option for your home. We’d love to answer all your questions about impact-resistant and algae-resistant roofing options, as well as what colors will best suit your home’s curb appeal.
Call us today at (239) 308-7014 to ask us all of your asphalt roofing questions and to tell us how we can serve you. We look forward to helping you out!
Brands We Work With
CCA Roofing is proud to be a multi-certified roofing team. We are GAF certified, an Owens Corning Preferred Contractor, and an IKO Roofpro Contractor. These certifications allow us to ensure you have the widest selection of roofing products, as well as the best warranties.
Types of Asphalt Shingle Roofs We Install
CCA Roofing can build you the asphalt roof of your dreams. Here are the three main types available for your Fort Myers home:
Three-tab Asphalt Shingles
Three-tab shingles are the most basic type of asphalt shingle. Also known as strip shingles, they are most common to use on homes that already have three-tab shingles on them or for homeowners who just want a very simple roof. These shingles lay flat and are distinguished by their three-tab shape, despite being cut on in a single piece.
Architectural Asphalt Shingles
Architectural shingles are also known as dimensional shingles. As their latter name suggests, they provide more dimension to your roof than regular three-tab shingles. Each shingle is also manufactured to be thicker and more durable as well, meaning they can last up to twice as long as regular three-tab shingles.
Premium Asphalt Shingles
Premium shingles, or luxury shingles, are the largest type of asphalt shingles available. They are also the heaviest and provide the most durability, weighing up to 450 pounds per square. They are a great option if you want a roof that looks like cedar or slate but costs less and is easier to install on your roof.
The Pros and Cons of Asphalt Shingle Roofing
When deciding the type of roofing you prefer, there will be pros and cons. It’s best to know what to expect.
Pros of Asphalt Shingles
- Price: Asphalt shingle roofs are the most budget-friendly option out of all the other roofing options, but being inexpensive doesn’t mean they aren’t reliable. In fact, you can find asphalt shingles that are quite durable against impact and algae
- Installation: Asphalt shingles have a more straightforward installation process than tile or slate. Many roofs can be installed in just two or three days.
- Stylish: Want a roof that looks like cedar or slate? We have asphalt options for that!
Cons of Asphalt Shingles
- Potential warping: In areas with high humidity or frequent fluctuations in temperature, asphalt shingles may expand and contract to the point of cracking and warping. This happens over time and is considered normal wear-and-tear, but it’s best to replace those shingles to prevent water leaks.
- Short lifespan: Compared to other roofing materials, asphalt shingles have the shortest service life.
Shingle Roof FAQs
What’s the cost of a new asphalt shingle roof in Fort Myers?
The price of a new asphalt shingle roof can vary greatly, and our goal is to help you find a reliable roofing option that will best meet your budget. Some factors that contribute to your final estimate include the size and slope of your roof, the type of asphalt shingles you choose to install, and any repairs that need to be made in your roof’s structure.
What are the most popular roofing materials in Fort Myers?
Asphalt shingles is among the most popular roofing material we use to install new roofs. Tile and metal are also popular materials in this area.
How do you maintain an asphalt roof?
You should check your asphalt roof for cracks and have it inspected at least once a year to avoid future problems. We also highly recommend having your roof inspected after any major storm, even if it may seem like nothing is wrong.
Are you ready for a roof of the highest quality workmanship and at a fair price? We’re here to answer all your questions about our asphalt shingle roofing options. Call CCA Roofing today to schedule your free estimate!