There are many types of shingles that can be applied to a roof. Each type offers advantages and disadvantages. Does your home have a three-tab shingle roof? Consider getting an inspection to look for wind damage.
What are three-tab shingles?
3 tab shingles are a type of shingle characterized by three uniform, rectangular tabs per shingle.
Three-tab shingles are the most basic and cost-effective form of shingles. However, there can be significant issues with this type of roofing. They are not usually rated for as high of winds as more architectural designs, and can often be very susceptible to wind damage. Shingles can break and bend to wind and leave exposed patches on your roof. There is the possibility for water damage to your roof as well. Another disadvantage is that these types of shingles also lack the three-dimensional look of architectural shingles that gives your house more curb appeal.
If your roof has three-tab shingles, please consider getting a free evaluation from our experts here at #Weathershield. We are the premier roofing experts in Omaha, and are here for free evaluations, professional advice, and quality roof replacement.
SOURCE: Weathershield Roofing
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