Most of us add a new roof to our home after 15-20 years to prevent roof leaks and shingle rot.
New roofs definitely ensure leaks and rot stay away for many more years.
Yet we suggest using Owens Corning shingles when you do replace your Farmington Hills home’s roof: they add beauty to your home’s curb appeal while keeping you and your family snug, warm and dry for years to come.
Most people think of getting “basic” black or grey shingles when replacing their roof.
Yet Owens Corning shingles come in a variety of colors, adding interest to your home’s curb appeal as well as security from the elements.
The shingles add a color palette of sorts to your roof’s appearance, with a mixture of different shades of colors rather than one color.
Owens Corning shingles, in fact, can add dimension and color contrast to the look of your home’s roof.
Browns, for example, mixed in with dark rose and tan. Black shingles mixed in with dark plum. “Copper” colors mixed in with slate and even sage green.
The shingles can be bold and bright, adding dramatic curb appeal.
These “palette” shingles are more expensive, so Corning continues to offer what it calls non-dimensional (traditional) three-tab shingles, the type that you’re used to seeing on homes in your neighborhood, if budget is your largest consideration.
Both types will keep your home snug and dry for years.
In fact, Owens offers what it calls its Total Protection Roofing System®, which acts as a barrier to seal your house from ice and water; protects against what it calls “nature’s elements,” such as wind. (It also helps protect your home’s eaves and peaks from the elements.)
The Owens’ System also optimizes airflow in your attic, helping to reduce moisture buildup and heat (both can lead to mold, roof deterioration and ice damming) while also helping air flow through your home’s attic.
We’re exceptional proud to offer Warren home owners Owens Corning Shingles for their roofing needs.
Contact us for more information.