If you’ve read a bit about roofing in the past, you probably already know that there are a lot of different types of durable Wamego roofing materials you can consider for your new roof. While some might be somewhat expensive, you’ll find that the prices of all roofing materials tend to vary, and that even some of the less pricey ones will help you get your desired outcome:
- Slate is the absolute most durable and dependable roofing material you can install. It’s been around for a very long time, and properly installed natural slate roofing is known to last for more than 100-150 years without needing to be replaced.
- Synthetic slate is a cheaper but in most cases no less effective alternative to natural slate. More widely available, it is still quite expensive, but can offer you more options for your roof’s design as well.
- Concrete and terracotta are two more durable roofing materials that get close to the level of slate. Fireproof and difficult to damage, they are also quite stylish.
- Finally, metal roofing is probably one of the most low-maintenance and efficient types of roofing materials you can buy. It can take just about anything that nature can throw at it, and the most resilient types of metals will easily last about half a century.