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Designer shingles weigh quite a bit more than traditional asphalt shingles (although not as much as slate or tile), and thanks to their bonded layers, they are extremely durable and built to withstand winds in excess of 110 miles per hours. Many versions have the ability to resist the growth of algae and prevent black streaking. Designer shingles can be used on almost any type of roof including steeply pitched rooflines. Designer shingles maintain the three dimensional appearance of dimensional shingles, but with countless alternatives, from Victorian or an Old World look to the more rugged and dramatic look of shake or tile.

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Designer shingles can make the look of your building and provide superior protection to what you have inside. However, a designer roof is also heavier and tends to be significantly more expensive. Therefore, you need a designer and architectural shingles expert to ensure your plans look how you envisioned.

What Are Designer and Architectural Shingles?

Designer shingles are created using top-of-the-line materials and can mimic the look of expensive materials like shake or slate. Typically, designer shingles are heavy enough that your roof needs more enforcement to take the load. Still, your shingles will remain in place even in high winds. In addition, designer shingles tend to last the longest of all the available options.

Architectural shingles, on the other hand, are not necessarily custom-made. Instead, these are three-dimensional shingles that provide more pop on the roof. These shingles also have a color blend an excellent local roofer can create patterns for a unique, designer roof. As a bonus, many roofs do not need reinforcement for the extra weight of architectural shingles.

Why You Should Consider Architectural of Designer Shingles for Your Property

For both architectural and designer shingles, you are creating a designer roof for your purposes. Typically, you use these options when you want to truly match the color scheme of your home or commercial building.

As a residential example, if you’ve chosen a castle-like look, then using designer shingles would work better with your color scheme and purpose. In particular, a slate designer shingle would genuinely match the look you’re going for.

Using architectural shingles attracts more eyes to your business for a commercial building because it is something unique. Typically, architectural shingles are only slightly more than standard asphalt shingles, so it may be worth your investment.

Contact Phillip Camerer Roofing today for a better roof tomorrow!