Lehigh Valley Roofers, roofing contractors
George A. Gostony Roofing
1024 Cherokee St., Bethlehem, PA.
Specializing in residential - slate, shingle, and flat roofs and gutters with over 25 years of experience. Call to get that roof leak fixed and stop that drip and damage to your home.
Alan Kunsman Roofing Siding Inc
203 Washington street, Freemansburg, PA.
Kunsman Roofing is a local company employing lehigh valley roofers for contracted work. They are building construction consultants who are bonded, certified, insured and licensed.
4653 Main St., Whitehall, PA. Phone: 610-261-1796.
Alpha Roofing is a local company and they provide building construction consulting. They are Lehigh Valley roofers working throughout the Allentown, Bethlehem, Easton and surrounding area.
Able Roofing & Siding
401 N. Front St., Allentown, PA. Phone: 610-258-1500.
Able Roofing is business located in the lehigh valley that does roofing and siding. They are Lehigh Valley roofing contractors who are bonded, certified, insured, and licensed.
Hassler Roofing Inc
Address: 971 Blue Mountain Dr., Bethlehem, PA 18015Phone: 610-694-0400
Hassler Roofing is a local Lehigh Valley roofing contractor in the region serving residents in the Allentown, Bethlehem and Easton area. They can repair existing roof damage or install a new.
Kovacs Roofing & General Contractors
Address: 829 Laible St., Bethlehem, PA 18015Phone: 610-866-7467
Kovacs Roofing is a general contractor in the lehigh valley region. This local roofer also does snow removal.
Julius Laslo Roofing & Siding
Address: 1695 Woodfield Dr., Bethlehem, PA 18015Phone: 610-868-9855
Laslo Roofing is an insured Lehigh Valley roofing contractor working in the area for years.
Whitaker Roofing & Siding Inc
Address: 1452 W. Allen St., Allentown, PA 18102Phone: 610-437-0668
Whitaker Roofing is a business in the lehigh valley that does roofing and siding for local residents.
Ziggy's Roofing & Siding
Address: 3874 Klein St., Bethlehem, PA 18020Phone: 610-351-7676
Ziggy's is a Lehigh Valley roofing contractor, who is certified, insured, and licensed to work in the local area.
Asphalt shingles are the most common roofing materials for steep roofs used today. There are many different colors, textures, and styles. The two most common styles of shingles are a three-tab shingle or a dimensional shingle. A dimensional shingle has another shingle laminated on top to give a layered appearance. A shingles longevity can be anywhere from 15 years up to 40 years depending on the quality of the shingle, the slope of the roof, and proper ventilation.
An asphalt shingle is made up of many different layers. The top layer consists of granules imbedded in asphalt. These granules give the shingle color, reflect the light, and give the shingle a durable surface. The top layer also consists of a seal-down strip. The seal-down strip, when heated by the sun, melts the shingles together to prevent wind uplift so the shingles become resistant to high winds. It is a good idea to have shingles installed in warmer weather so that they seal-down properly. In the core of a shingle there is a fiberglass mat. This mat holds the shingle together and provides a foundation that resists cracking and splitting. The longevity of a shingle depends on the quality of the asphalt, the amount of asphalt used, and the quality of the fiberglass mat. It is a good idea when purchasing a asphalt shingle roof to ask your contractor for samples, literature, and warranty information about the shingle you are about to have installed.
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