Investing in a new roof will give you huge peace of mind, but the selection process can be stressful. Once you find a good roofer, you still have to select a type of roofing, and that can be challenging. It’s important to get the best roof for your roofing. When you work with a company like Tim Leeper Roofing, you will find allies who can help you choose the best roof for your budget and needs.

In our last blog, we went over asphalt roofing, composite shingles, and wood shingles. We examined each one and shared how long they typically last. Today, we have a few more roof types for you!

4. Standing Seam Metal Roof – 30-50 year lifespan

These roofs are tough and can be a phenomenal option. The key with metal roofs is to get a roofer who knows how to install them. Otherwise, your metal roof will go from being a source of peace to a source of stress. There are seams, seals, and fasteners that will need to be checked during inspection.

3. Wood Shake Shingle Roof – 35-40 year lifespan

Wood shakes are far thicker than mere wooden shingles. They come directly split off a log. As you would expect, this type of roof needs a little babying to get through. Moss and debris must be removed immediately, and shingles that have curled, split, or cupped should be replaced as soon as possible.

Well, that’s all we have time for today. In our next blog, we will look at the two longest-lasting roofs in existence! For now, contact us for premium roofing services in Tennessee!

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