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Recent Advancements in Asphalt Shingle Technology

Recent Advancements in Asphalt Shingle Technology

Asphalt shingles have been a staple in the roofing industry for over a century. Throughout the years, shingle technology has continually advanced, resulting in innovations that have made shingles today more durable and weather-resistant than ever before. In today’s post, we take a look at the newest advancements in asphalt shingle technology.

 

Shingle Technology

Progress With Asphalt

Asphalt shingles today are fire-resistant, durable and still flexible enough to work with, far exceeding designs from even a few decades ago. Shingle design has also become more varied as the use of ceramic-coated granules is now more commonplace. These granules provide protection against the elements and mold growth and also act as a canvas to be painted upon, allowing you to choose from a wide range of colors to find the one that best fits your home. Today’s shingles are manufactured in different forms from single-layer to multiple cutouts, each catered to modern residential and commercial roof installation.

New Advancements in Asphalt

Environmental awareness has motivated manufacturers to find more sustainable ways of disposing of old shingles. Instead of dumping them in landfills, roofing companies like ABM Services and Renovations Inc. recycle old asphalt shingles so they can be reused for pavement in new and better roads. New additions to asphalt shingle technology have also enhanced the shingles’ leak barriers, preventing moisture from entering your home even during heavy rain or snowstorms.

Researchers continue to push the boundary of asphalt shingles by enhancing their resistance to impact, wind and fire. The progress won’t stop here, though; manufacturers are always finding new ways to improve on products of the past.

At ABM Services and Renovations Inc., your trusted roofing contractor, we carry this torch of progress as we offer you our roofing services. We serve homeowners in Sandy Springs and Locust Grove, GA. Call us at (770) 282-3700 today.