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Asphalt Shingle Roofing

Asphalt roofing shingles are the most widely used shingles in Nebraska and throughout the U.S.

Asphalt Shingles are durable, efficient and cost effective. They are generally comprised of a fiberglass mat with asphalt or modified-asphalt applied to one or both sides of the asphalt-saturated base, covered with slate, schist, quartz, vitrified brick, stone, or ceramic granules and the back side treated with sand, talc or mica to prevent the shingles from sticking to each other before use. The top surface granules block ultra-violet light, which causes the shingles to deteriorate, providing some physical protection of the asphalt and giving the shingles their color. Asphalt shingles come in a variety of styles, shapes and colors.

Contact Compass Roofing if you are interested in learning more about Asphalt Shingle Roofing in Grand Island, Nebraska or any of the surrounding communities including:

  • Hastings, NE
  • Central City, NE
  • Gibbon, NE
  • St. Paul, NE
  • Kearney, NE
  • Minden, NE
  • Loup City, NE
  • York, NE
  • And many more!

Cedar Shake Roofing

Cedar Shake roofing offers a variety of benefits ranging from its durability to beauty for Grand Island homeowners.

The natural beauty of cedar ages gracefully into a gray-silver tone. It is found that cedar has a higher longevity, making it ideal for your next roof. Its durability is demonstrated as it perseveres through extreme Nebraska storms including: heavy rains, hail storms, snowstorms and more. Because of the natural insulation that cedar wood roofing provides, they are an energy efficient choice for your home.

To be sure Cedar Shake Roofing is the right choice for your home, Contact Compass Roofing today for their expert advice.

Metal Roofing

A properly installed metal roof by Compass Roofing should last as long as the house.

Metal roofing is built to:

  • Seal Out Water
  • Survive High Winds
  • Easily Shed Snow
  • Fire Resistant
  • Mildew Resistant
  • Fight Insects
  • Fight Rot

The average life of a non-metal roof in Grand Island, NE is 17 years. Asphalt can require re-roofing every 10 to 20 years, often sooner. A metal roofing system installed by Compass Roofing of Grand Island, NE offers unmatched durability, lasting 2 to 3 times longer in the ever changing Nebraska weather.

Additional benefits to using metal roofs in Nebraska

Metal roofs have fire-resistant qualities, longevity, and speed of installation by a qualified metal roofing contractor like Compass Roofing of Grand Island, NE. Metal roofs are also surprisingly lightweight and are great at reflecting heat from the sun, a characteristic that helps homeowners save energy on cooling bills and may even qualify for tax credits in the state of Nebraska.

Genuine Slate Roofing

Slate roofing will make a positive impact on your home.

Whether you plan to stay in your home for a lifetime or are getting ready to sell, slate will enhance any architectural style, adding curb appeal and resale value to your home.

Slate roofs have lasted a century, giving excellent long-term value, in contrast to other types of manufactured roofing, which must be re-roofed three or four times within this same period.

With its natural beauty and remarkable longevity, slate is a natural stone that is more durable than most man-made materials. Slate is completely non-combustible; therefore, it would protect your home in the event of a fire. It is also highly resistant to temperature fluctuations, making it ideal in areas prone to inclement Nebraska weather conditions.

Commercial Roofing

Choose the right commercial roofing system – Choose Compass Roofing.

If you’re a design professional or building owner, it is important to choose the right commercial roof for your project or building. By choosing the right roofing, your building investment will last for decades, whereas the wrong roof could cost you in damage repair, the contents of the building and re-roofing.

Make the right choiceChoose Compass Roofing today.