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Residential Roofing Systems

 At Feltmann, we strive to provide you with the highest quality residential roofing materials possible. Whatever your needs are for a new or replacement residential roof in Charleston, Feltmann has got you and your home covered.

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Types of Residential Roofing Systems We Offer

Wood Shake

The shake shingle is the inspiration for the modern day asphalt shingles. Similar to the asphalt shingle, the wood shake overlaps each other making the roof or siding weather proof. A down side to shake is that they often need more maintenance than newer asphalt or fiberglass shingles. An upside to shake the unique rustic look they give to a structure.

Feltmann offers repairs, installation and replacement of all of the following home roofing types:

Asphalt Shingles

Asphalt shingles are the most commonly used steep slope/residential roofing material used on roofs in the United States. Feltmann offers a wide range of asphalt shingles that vary in quality, price and their manufacturer.

Asphalt shingles are the most commonly used steep slope/residential roofing material used on roofs in the United States. Feltmann offers a wide range of asphalt shingles that vary in quality, price and their manufacturer.

Asphalt Shingles

Metal Roofing

Metal is a very common material used for roofs. There are many different types of metal roofing systems available. The types of metal used with available systems varies from zinc to steel, copper, aluminum, and tin. Metal roofing can last as long as your house does, it is very durable and handles wind rain and snow extremely well. It is also resistant to rotting, bugs, mildew and it is fire resistant.

Slate Shingles

These shingles are made out of sedimentary rock that is split into thin sheets that are ideal for roofing shingles. Slate shingles are known for most for their beautiful sophisticated appearance but home owners can also expect a long lasting roof if the slate is installed correctly.

How to Choose a Residential Roofing System

Being such a giant part of your home’s functionality and appearance, a lot of thought needs to go into this significant investment. You cannot very easily change your mind if the home roofing you choose is not making you happy. Some factors to consider when making this important decision include:

  • Appearance – This factor is pretty self-explanatory and subjective to the home owner’s taste. A homeowner will want to make sure that the roof compliments the home’s siding and windows, and if they want to go for a more natural or industrious look.

  • Durability – This includes how long a roof will last and how well it holds up to the elements and natural disasters. Will your roof hold up during the next hurricane to hit South Carolina? This all depends on what roofing material you use and the quality of installation you receive. For example wood is not built to last as long as stone and steel, however the cost may make the maintenance of a wood shake roof worth it.

  • Cost – Ultimately your home roofing needs to fit your budget. However there is more to cost than just the gross cost of the roof installation. Typically more costly roofing options last longer and require less maintenance than low cost materials. Additionally, a quality residential roofing system can be seen as an investment that can actually raise the value of your home.

  • Environmentally Friendly – Many of our roofing systems use eco-friendly materials that can be recycled once they are no longer suitable for protecting your home.

One of Feltmann’s Charlestion residential roofing contractors can walk you through all of your options to ensure you are happy with your purchase.

Contact Feltmann for a Free Home Roofing Estimate

Feltmann will come to your home and give you a quote on several of our home roofing systems so that you have all the information in front of you before a decision is made. Call us or fill out an inquiry form today!