Are you looking for an affordable roofing material for your home? Many roofing contractors will say that you should always stick to medium- and high-end roofing options because lower-priced roofing materials are flimsy. However, we do offer high-quality three-tab shingles, an option that combines affordability and good long-term performance.
What Are Three-Tab Shingles?
Three-tab shingles are uniformly-shaped pieces with a laminated felt or fiberglass base and a top layer of resin and asphalt granules. This type of roofing takes its name from the cutouts or tabs found along the lower edge of each shingle. These tabs make the shingle look like it is made of three separate pieces.
A Budget-Friendly Option
Because of their simple design, three-tab shingles are the most popular choices for roofing installation in economical house designs. Installation is quick and easy so even the labor costs for installing a three-tab shingle roof is generally lower than that of other roofing alternatives. A three-tab shingle can easily cost half as much as a high-end roof.
Affordable But Not Cheap
Going cheap is different from getting affordable three-tab shingles. Just like any other product offered by a GAF Master Elite® roofer like us, our three-tab shingles are designed to meet the strict quality standards that make them a viable roofing option for any US home. As a result, you can get a lot more value out of three-tab shingles than you would from a run-of-the-mill roofing material.
Like other roofing options, our three-tab shingles are available in a wide variety of colors. You can choose shingles with a more neutral tone, which fits most traditional roofing designs, as well as warm and vibrant color swatches that can spice up an otherwise dull-looking home at an affordable price.
Want to learn more about our three-tab shingles? Feel free to call us at AIC Roofing and Construction. We are a GAF-certified roofing contractor and your number one source of three-tab shingles in central Kentucky. Call us or fill out our online form to request a free quote.
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