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Fort Lauderdale Roof Types: Asphalt, Metal, & Flat Roofing Service Provider

Choosing roofing materials best suited to your home or business is a decision that should be made alongside a trusted roofing contractor. So when you're considering these roof types for your Fort Lauderdale home or commercial buildings, turn to Panela Roofing.

How do you know which roof type is best for you and the structure on which your roof sits? Should I go with asphalt shingles or architectural ones? And what about flat roofing - isn't that susceptible to leaking since it's flat?

Rather than spend time stressing over the answers to these questions, pick up your phone and punch in 954-865-2073. Our experts are standing by to set up a consultation with you so we can get the project going and construct a roof that suits your specific needs.

Trusting a roofing contractor to guide you through this process also is something property owners might struggle with. At Panela Roofing, we assure you we have the best service in the roofing business and employ not only the most qualified people but also the safest and most up-to-date methods in the roofing business.

Panela Roofing is the premier roofing contractor for Fort Lauderdale homeowners and commercial property owners alike. And we are honored you turn to us when you are considering roof types and the best way to ensure your roof is safe, durable, and long-lasting.

Asphalt shingles

Asphalt Shingles

This is the most traditional roofing material and is used only on gabled roofs. Sometimes graded from good to better to best, within this classification are 3-tab or "strip" shingles, architectural shingles, and luxury shingles.

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Metal roofing

Metal Roofing

Standing seam metal roofs are the latest and most effective and safe metal roofing system on the market. Different from corrugated metal roofs, the standing seam roof employs metal panels that lock into a system of fairly wide, flat metal panels with vertical ribs on the ends.

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Flat roofing

Flat Roofing

Sometimes referred to as "torch down roofing," this system provides resistance to UV rays and reflectivity to keep buildings cool and energy efficient, which makes them ideal for the Fort Lauderdale area. Flat roofing also is considered low maintenance, provided the pitch is on point, and the gutter system remains free-flowing.

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Within each of the roof types are options for homeowners and commercial property owners to consider. For instance, your actual home might have a gabled roof, but your detached roof has a flat roof. In this case, shingles or metal sheeting would go on the gabled roof, and a torch down approach would be used on a flat roof.

Still have questions? No problem, we're standing by at 954-865-2073.

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