Choosing roof shingles is usually something homeowners need to decide when getting a full roof replacement. There may be instances where you’ll need to choose shingles for a localized repair, too. There’s no right or wrong way on choosing roof shingles for color and style, but here are some tips that might help you narrow […]Continue reading
Happy New Year to all! We are absolutely ready to leave behind the wreckage of 2020 and kick off a fresh new year. What better way to do so than to start off 2021 with a strong roof? That doesn’t necessarily mean getting a brand new roof, but it does mean making sure your roof is in its best shape so that it will last another year. If you are looking to replace your roof, or if you just want to keep up on the latest 2021 roofing trends, here are a few tips on what is currently popular in the roofing world.
Traditional Roofs Still Going Strong
Although not a new trend, traditional asphalt roofs are still a strong choice for roof replacements because of their durability, dependability, and curb appeal. You will be sure to find an asphalt shingle that will perfectly complement the rest of your home. They are also a safe choice when trying to distinguish your house while keeping it cohesive with the rest of the neighborhood.
Metal Roofing on the Rise
Metal roofing continues to grow in popularity for both residential and commercial roofs. It’s a sustainable option that can last over 50 years if properly taken care of. In the past, metal roofing hasn’t had too many options in terms of design and patterns. But nowadays, you can find metal roofs of all different colors, shapes, and textures. Homeowners no longer need to worry about choosing between function and aesthetic when considering a metal roof!
Backyard Patios and Decks
Backyards patios and decks have become a prominent trend as a result of the worldwide pandemic. They are a great amenity for that extra “staycation” flair and offer another area of the home to enjoy. Roofs have also been a crucial addition to any outdoor area to maximize year-round enjoyment of these outside living spaces.
2021 Roofing Color Trends
In the past few years, homeowners have been less shy about adding colors to the interiors of their home, and now we are seeing the same enthusiasm for home exteriors, too! For roofs specifically, lighter grays and colors have been the new go-to over darker shades of gray and black. More companies offer a variety of colors in different materials, including red, green, and even blue. Of course, just because certain colors are trending doesn’t mean they will be the right one for your home. Make sure to consider the other colors and materials of the rest of your home when choosing a color of your roof.
Make sure your roof is healthy and happy by scheduling a roof inspection with IBEX Roof today. And if you are happening to be in the market for a new roof, we’re on top of that, too! Keep our number handy and give us a call at _ when you’re ready to get started on your next roofing project.
There are a few different materials homeowners can choose when it comes to installing a new roof. From asphalt roofs to cedar shake to metal, these materials have different looks and require different maintenance routines. Today, we’ll go over the basics of the most popular roofing material used: asphalt roof shingles! What Makes Up Asphalt […]Continue reading
It’s quite the concern when homeowners look up and see what looks like black mold on their roof. Not only is it unsightly, but breathing in mold can be dangerous, too! The good news is that those ugly streaks on your roof are most likely not mold, but algae on your roof. Algae and Moss […]Continue reading
IBEX Roof is proud to be an accredited CertainTeed Select Shingle Master! What does that mean, exactly? It means that our employees are tested on their roofing and product knowledge. It also means we’ve been vetted by CertainTeed so that our customers can feel confident they’re hiring qualified and reliable roofers! Roofers and homeowners alike […]Continue reading
Asphalt roof shingles have been used for roofing since 1901 and it rapidly became the most popular material for roofing. Even now, it’s the most common type of roof installed to cover homes. What makes asphalt roof shingles waterproof is, as the name suggests, asphalt. Often, these shingles were marketed by weight; the heavier the […]Continue reading