Is the roof of your commercial building showing signs the asphalt shingles are failing? If so, it might be time to start shopping for a new roof for your business property. U.S. roofing industry sales are growing substantially and the United States needs more roofers to keep up with the high demand for roofing repair and new roofs. Consequently, many roofing contractors are booked out on their schedules. So, it’s important to know if your asphalt shingles are failing before it’s too late.
Signs Your Asphalt Shingles Are Failing
Check for these signs that your asphalt shingles are failing:
- Some of the shingles are missing or lifting up
- Shingles have started to curl at the edges
- You can see smooth dark areas on the shingles
- Water staining is visible
- You see pinhole spots of light when looking in the attic
- There are noticeable soft spots
If you need to replace your asphalt shingles, you might consider switching to synthetic thatch shingles instead. Synthetic thatch shingles from Endureed offer outstanding aesthetics and durability not found in asphalt shingles. Even some residential property owners have switched to our synthetic thatch, but business owners all around the world have enjoyed fantastic results by choosing Endureed artificial thatch products. They will help your location stand out against other commercial buildings in as earthy, unobtrusive way.
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Check out our synthetic thatch roofing materials now. One is certainly right for you:
- Capetown– A trimmed, coarsely textured, longer reed. Replicates African Yellow Grass or “Cape Reed” that replicates the typical African style thatching.
- Kilimanjaro– A heavy reed replicating a traditional weathered, Tanzanian cape reed roof.
- Somerset– A closely tapered, slightly weathered appearing shingle. Replicates a typical, hand trimmed European thatching.
- Kona– A combination of wide leaf and smaller grass reed. Replicates the look of Hawaiian “Pili Grass” and Asian Alang-Alang grass thatching.
- Dominica– A synthetic palm leaf style thatching. Replicates palm leaves commonly used in tropical regions throughout the world.
- Bali– A finer, loosely tapered, slightly longer shingle designed to resemble the appearance of East Asian grass thatching.
- Viva Series– An especially economical synthetic palm thatch.
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