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Roofing Designs to Enhance the
Curb-Appeal of Your Property

Shades of bright and bold paint is an easy way to revamp the look of your home’s exteriors. If
you wish to stylize the entire building, an elaborate roofing style can make it appear
aesthetically attractive. A roof comprises 40 percent of the home’s curb, and it is, therefore,
important to carefully consider what roofing material will best complement the architectural
design and style of your property. Today’s market is, however, flooded with stylish roofing
options that are suggested by roofing contractors in Dallas, TX. Let’s look at some of the

Stylish Roofing Options
Composition Shingles
A distinctively preferred roofing option, composition shingles contain recycled resins and
plastics to mimic stone and wood. Apart from immense environmental benefits, these sturdy
roofing materials provide much better resistance to cracking and warping than the shingles

made with natural materials. If you wish to get the look of slate and wood without burning a
hole in your pocket, opting for composite shingles is worth the investment.

Genuine slate is a heavy roofing material that can last for an extended period without showing
any signs of leakage. It prevents the accumulation of ice and snow, though these slates are
expensive. There is also an innovative imitation slate available that has a perfect combination of
cement fibers and sand. Slate roofs are, however, advisable to avoid if you happen to live in a
tropical climate region as the material may end up getting too hot.

Synthetic Shake
It is a relatively newer roofing option that is crafted from steel belts of discarded tires. They are
coated with ground slate to provide different color options. Synthetic shake is robust and
provide protection against harsh weather conditions, and comes with a 50-year warranty.

Solar Roofing
Solar laminating panels and solar tiles have turned out to be a preferred option for residential
properties. These roofing options are used for renewable and completely clean source of
energy. Solar roof tiles or shingles are photovoltaic (PV) sheets that can replace or be used with
existing shingles.

Tile Roofing
Preferred in the regions with warm climates, this roofing material can last up to hundred years.
Tile roofing is available in both clay and concrete material, and can perfectly simulate the look
of slate and shake profiles. These roofing designs are also environment-friendly because of their
composition, shape, and recyclability.

Last Few Words
The multiple roofing designs listed in this post are just a few of the many roofing options
available. Pick a roofing material that adds a dash of style and appeal to your property while
keeping it warm and dry. You can improve the style quotient of the property by picking any of
the roofing types specified above for accentuating the beauty and elegance of your house.
Consult one of the leading commercial roofing contractors to incorporate your roofing ideas
within your budget.

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