Tile

Tile roofs are the stylish choice for the most part, and they can last for around 50 years but the underlayment has to be replaced every 20 years. The underlayment is not as expensive as a new roof but the cost is still significant. The tile can be made of clay, sand-cast or concrete, which is all fire-proof and resistant to algae and mildew.

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Flat Roof

Flat roofs are the least expensive, in terms of the installation and ongoing maintenance. The material is relatively inexpensive and easy to install. However, the average lifespan of a flat roof is only 10-15 years, much less than the other roofing options.

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Shingles

Shingle roofs are among the least expensive options. They are also quicker and easier to setup and tear down. Shingles are a good option for homeowners who are on a budget or don’t plan on owning their home longer than 20 years.

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Metal

Metal roofing is built to last decades longer than shingles, tiles and any other roofing material. Most metal roofs will last sixty or more years, depending on the metal used. Unlike other roofing material, metal roofing will withstand mildew, rain, mold, strong winds, and rodents.

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