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Avilez Roofing’s Gallery of Residential and Commercial Projects

Discover the craftsmanship of Avilez Roofing through our showcase of diverse roofing projects. Our work reflects our commitment to quality and customer satisfaction.

We specialize in insurance claims (from wind or hail damage), reroofing, asphalt shingles, cedar shakes shingles, standing seam metal roofs, screw-down metal roofs, copper roofing, flat roofs (TPO), rubber roofs (EPDM), aluminum roofing, Spanish tile roofs, and concrete tile roofs. View all our roofing services.

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Roofing Shingle Types

  • Asphalt Shingles: The most common type, known for their affordability and versatility. They come in two main varieties: fiberglass and organic.
  • Architectural Shingles: A premium type of asphalt shingle, thicker and more durable, with a dimensional appearance.
  • Wood Shingles: Typically made from cedar, redwood, or pine, offering a natural, rustic look.
  • Wood Shakes: Similar to wood shingles but thicker and with a more rugged, uneven appearance.
  • Metal Shingles: Durable, long-lasting, and available in a variety of metals like aluminum, steel, copper, and zinc.
  • Slate Shingles: Made from natural slate rock, known for their longevity and distinctive elegant appearance.
  • Solar Shingles: Innovative shingles that double as solar panels to generate electricity.
  • Rubber Shingles: Made from recycled materials, resembling asphalt, slate, or wood shingles, known for being eco-friendly and durable.
  • Tile Shingles: Typically made from clay or concrete, offering a Mediterranean or Spanish look.
  • Composite Shingles: Made from a mixture of materials, simulating the look of wood or slate with added durability.

Metal Roof Systems

  • Standing Seam Metal Roofs: Characterized by raised seams above the level of the roofing panel, providing enhanced weather tightness.
  • Corrugated Metal Roofs: Known for their wave-like pattern, these roofs are durable and suitable for both residential and commercial buildings.
  • Metal Tile Roofs: These mimic traditional tile roofs but are lighter and more durable.
  • Metal Shingle/Slate Roofs: Designed to resemble traditional shingles or slate, offering a classic look with the benefits of metal.
  • Stone Coated Steel Roofs: Steel panels coated with stone chips for added durability and aesthetic appeal.
  • Aluminum Roofs: Lightweight and resistant to corrosion, ideal for coastal environments.
  • Steel Roofs: Very strong and resistant to harsh weather, available in various finishes and types like galvanized, Galvalume, and weathering steel.
  • Copper Roofs: Known for their longevity and the distinct patina they develop over time.
  • Zinc Roofs: Durable and eco-friendly, with a lower melting point that allows for unique designs and styles.
  • Tin Roofs: An older form of metal roofing, not commonly used today but known for its affordability and durability.

Roofing shingles come in various types, including versatile Asphalt Shingles, premium Architectural Shingles, and elegant Slate Shingles, each offering unique benefits in aesthetics and durability. Metal Roof Systems like durable Aluminum Roofs and long-lasting Copper Roofs provide robust solutions for different architectural needs. Discover more about these roofing materials at This Old House – Types of Roof Shingles and This Old House – Metal Roofs 101.