Why Choose Asphalt Shingles For Your Roof?
Asphalt shingles are a popular choice for many owners because shingle roofs offer a clean look at an affordable price. Higher-quality versions made from asphalt or fiberglass shingles offer a more durable roof option and may be available with recycled content. Composition shingles come in a large selection of types, brands and colors. Versatile, they adapt easily to different applications. They are relatively easy to install, and in some applications can be nailed in place over an existing roof. They require low maintenance and can be walked on without damaging the material. Most brands offer Class A fire protection. These shingles last from 25 to 50 years or lifetime, and are installed by our fully qualified staff so you get the highest level of quality and professionalism. We work with residential owners and property managers to ensure a quality roof. There are many factors involved in choosing the right shingle; Our Residential Roofing team will work to make the process seamless. Our professionals take pride in developing working relationships with clients, offering suggestions and defining a plan of action. Agape Grace LLC Residential Roofing is a Kansas licensed and registered company that obtains all necessary permits in all cities that it performs work in. References are always available. To ensure the best result for your roof, we only buy and use high-quality products from leading brands such as GAF, CertainTeed Landmark, TAMKO, and Owen Corning. We customize our products to your roof, your preferences, and your budget. Agape Grace LLC Residential Roofing Services offers a variety of shingle options available in dozens of colors:
CERTAINTEED LANDMARK PREMIUM
GAF TIMBERLINE NATURAL SHADOW
GAF TIMBERLINE ARCHITECTURAL SHINGLES HIGH DEFINITION
TAMKO HERITAGE PREMIUM:
What to consider before getting a new roof for your home? • Understand your roofing concerns • Schedule an onsite roof inspection • Determine roofing needs based on inspection • Convey roof inspection results, provide pictures of any damage • Written documentation of inspection • Prepare estimate of repair or reroof