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How We Put Safety First When Installing Your Roof

At Westchase Roofing, we not only strive to provide high-quality workmanship and customer service for each and every one of our clients, we also work hard to ensure that all of our worksites are safe. Here’s how we put safety first when installing your roof—and why it matters when choosing a Tampa roofing contractor.

The Crew

Throughout the state, many contractors rely on the work of subcontractors to meet their obligations to their clients. While this may allow those contractors to have multiple simultaneous projects, it comes at a cost.

For us, the biggest concern hiring subcontractors raises is ensuring that the quality of their work is in line with our expectations. Rather than hiring out for jobs, we maintain our own crew so we can be certain that everyone is on the same page. This allows us to ensure our strict quality standards are being met and that everyone has received the appropriate training for their tasks. For homeowners, this means that you have the peace of mind of knowing that the company you hired to replace your roof is the one completing it. We enjoy building relationships with our clients and look forward to not only helping you get started with the process of choosing your new shingles but also being by your side when you get a glimpse of your finished roof.

Training

Roofing is no easy task. In addition to working with power tools at a height, there’s a need to know about different types of roofs and the best way to safeguard them. Roofing goes beyond shingles. While shingles are the most recognizable part of a roof and the one visible to the eye, there’s plenty going on underneath that a contractor must be knowledgeable about to build a structurally sound roof that will stand the test of time.

As part of the licensing test roofers undergo, their knowledge of roof installation is evaluated. That’s the bare minimum knowledge that a roofer must have. However, thanks to Owens Corning, we’ve received additional training to help ensure that we provide our clients with a roof that will truly protect their homes.

The Owens Corning Total Protection Roofing System, which we recently covered in a Roofing Basics blog post, is a system of components aimed to not just cover your home but to protect and defend it against anything the Florida weather wants to throw at it. Our team is skilled in installing this roof system and helping clients choose the components that are best suited for their homes.

Experience

When a contractor has been around for a while, there’s evidence of their work. While you can take our word about our experience—Westchase Roofing has proudly served the Tampa area for 10 years—why not take that of our clients?

Because we focus on cultivating one-on-one relationships with our clients, we are extremely grateful when they take the time to recognize our hard work in a positive online review. You can read more about our work at GuildQuality or Angie’s List. We know that online reviews matter and we hope that you can glimpse our experience and our work ethic in the positive things our clients say about us.

You can also view our testimonials on our website or visit our about us page to learn more about us.

Attention to Detail

Overcommitting oneself can lead to rushing a project, and when you work on top of a house, any type of rushing about can increase the chances of an injury or of shoddy workmanship.

Our aim has always been to treat our clients like family. Part of that goal is ensuring that we provide every home with the attention it deserves. To ensure that we aren’t thinking about our simultaneous projects and other tasks we need to complete, we focus on one home at a time and crafting the highest quality roof possible to protect its occupants and contents from the Florida climate.

As roofers, we care about our work and each home we work on. We understand how important our client’s homes are to them and we are committed to providing the top-notch service they deserve.

Licensing

Florida law requires that all roofing contractors pass a licensing exam. This helps regulate who is legally allowed to work on roofs in Florida and helps protects Florida homeowners. In addition, contractors may apply to become certified. This certification attests to the fact that they are licensed and that they carry the state-mandated insurance.

When hiring a roofing contractor, you can check if they’re licensed on the My Florida License website. If a roofer doesn’t show up in your search, it’s time to look at another candidate.

Westchase Roofing is a certified roofing contractor with the appropriate licenses to assist residents of Hillsborough County.

Insurance

In addition to licensing, roofing contractors must carry insurance. For a business such as ours, Florida law requires liability insurance, property damage insurance, and workman’s compensation.

Having insurance is three-fold. It protects our business, it protects our employees, and it protects our client’s homes.

As a certified Tampa roofing contractor with the state of Florida, our insurance coverage has been verified with the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation. We keep our policies up to date and renew our certifications as required by law. We want to serve the Tampa area for years to come and cut no corners when it comes to protecting our business, our crew, and our clients.

Protecting Your Investment

At Westchase, we know how important your home is to you. We want to help you protect it—not only by replacing your roof with a high-quality asphalt shingle roofing system but by ensuring that all work done on your house enhances it. We take care to preserve the integrity of your home and landscaping as much as possible while ensuring we have the space we need to install the roof you’ve chosen.

Checking that your roofing contractor—or anyone else you hire to work on your home, for that matter—has the appropriate licenses and insurance coverage required by law is one way to verify that your home is protected should anything happen. Beyond that, it’s important to assess a contractor’s qualifications and experience to safeguard against shoddy workmanship which could lead to problems in the future.

At Westchase Roofing, safety goes beyond protecting our crew and your home while we work. With extended warranties available thanks to our Owens Corning Platinum Preferred Contractor status, you can help ensure your new roof is safe for many years to come. Together with a homeowner’s insurance policy, an extended warranty can help provide you peace of mind regardless of what tomorrow’s weather brings.

We want to give homeowners every assurance that they’ve made the right choice by selecting Westchase Roofing for their roof replacement. If you’d like to learn more about our safety practices and the measures we take when on-site to provide top-notch service, contact us today for a free quote.

For more information on vetting a Tampa roofing contractor, check out this post.

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Roofing Basics: From Shingles to Roof Decks

Your roof is an integral part of your home. It helps keep you and your family dry and warm as it protects you from the elements. And while it’s providing cover every day, it’s probably not something that you think about unless it’s time to replace it. If you’re thinking about replacing your roof, you’ll find you have many options. You’ll also learn that not all contractors or roofing shingles are created equally! In this post, we wanted to share some roofing basics with you so you can understand the various components that go into a roof and why they matter.  Then, as you meet with contractors, you’ll be better able to understand some roofing basics and lingo and what components of your roof they intend to replace.

Roofing Basics: Components

If you were to think of your home as a cake, you might consider the roof the icing on the cake because it goes on top. However, a roof isn’t just shingles. There are multiple layers and components that make up a roof, and each has an important role to play in protecting your home. It’s more like a cake in itself with a supportive  We’ll start with the visible layer, the shingles, and work our way down.

Shingles

Most Florida homes have visible shingles thanks to pitched roofs. Because of the lovely rains we get in our corner of the U.S., flat roofs aren’t too practical. The pitch allows water to drain rather than pool. Depending on the pitch of your roof, your shingles will be more or less visible from your walkway or the road, making them an important aspect of a home’s curb appeal. Shingles truly add to the beauty of a home. Shingles that are coordinated well with the color and style of the home help to enhance the visual appearance of a home—all while protecting it from wind and rain.

Purpose

The main purpose of shingles to protect. Shingles keep water away from the wooden components of your roof. Shingles also stop wind from entering the home or damaging other roof components. In order to do this well, shingles must be aligned and installed properly.

Types

There are many different types of shingles and each has its own pros and cons.

Asphalt Shingles

Asphalt shingles are the most commonly used shingles. They range in price depending on style and are made from fiberglass and asphalt. Depending on the manufacturer and style, asphalt shingles may be ENERGY STAR rated. (This Owens Corning brochure highlights their ENERGY STAR rated shingles.) By selecting an ENERGY STAR rated asphalt shingle, you can save on cooling costs during the hot Florida summers. Asphalt shingles can stand up to the Florida elements and can last upwards of thirty years. Plus, they come in many different styles and colors.

Wooden Shingles

With their unique, natural look, wooden shingles have always been popular. They are generally pricier than asphalt shingles and are not fire retardant. In addition, coloring of the wooden shingles may change due to direct sunlight or exposure to water.

Tile Shingles

There are multiple types of tile shingles, including clay and concrete. Price varies by material, however, most tile shingles are more expensive than asphalt shingles and cost more to install. Tile shingles are long-lasting in general and can help provide a specific look for your home. In Florida, clay roofs have always been popular because of their Spanish style.

Metal

Metal shingles or tiles are long-lasting, however, they may not be the best fit for the Florida sunshine. Because metal conducts heat—which we have plenty of—it could eventually be disastrous for your electric bill. While unique and beautiful, it’s important to consider our climate when picking a roofing shingle.

Slate

Made from stone, slate shingles are naturally waterproof and durable. However, they are pricey and in addition to being installed by a professional, they must be maintained by a professional as stepping on them improperly could break them.

Underlayment

Underneath your chosen shingles there should be a layer of underlayment. Made from felt or a synthetic material, the underlayment helps create an additional water barrier to protect the wooden components of the roof and the home in general.

Roof Deck

The roof deck is what everything is attached to. Sitting on top of the trusses and joists, it is usually made from wood and must be strong enough to support your chosen shingles. The sheathing, usually made from plywood, is the top part which covers the joists and provides the anchor point for the underlayment. Because it is generally made from wood in residential properties, keeping the roof deck dry and free of moisture is important for protecting your home.

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The Total Protection Roofing System

Westchase Roofing is proud to be an Owens Corning Platinum Preferred Contractor. We serve the Tampa area and exclusively install Owens Corning asphalt shingles and their patented Total Protection Roofing System.

The Total Protection Roofing System is comprised of three components that aim to seal out water, to defend against the elements, and to provide ventilation.

To seal out water, the Total Protection Roofing System relies on WeatherLock, a self-sealing water barrier that provides additional waterproofing and an underlayment. As an innovator in the roofing sector, Owens Corning continues to create products that are long-lasting and high quality to protect their customers’ homes. Their underlayment products are no exception. With two top-of-class synthetic roof underlayments and one fiberglass-reinforced felt, customers can choose a reliable product that works best for their home and budget.

To defend against the elements, Owens Corning relies on three shingle types: starter shingles, regular shingles, and hip and ridge shingles. Starter shingles are the first line of defense against blow-offs and water. Once affixed, shingles can be installed up the roof. Lastly, hip and ridge shingles cover corners and edges to protect areas where water might otherwise try to seep in.

It may come as a surprise, but just like you, your home needs to breathe. Proper ventilation reduces the chance of mold inside a roof and lessens roof deterioration. Ventilation essentially reduces heat and moisture buildup that can create problems for a roof’s structural elements. Just like we breathe in and out, your roof needs to bring in air via an intake vent and allow air to flow out via a ridge or back roof vent or an exhaust fan. Owens Corning understands that how your home looks matters. Most of their vents are unobtrusive, flowing seamlessly with your shingles.

As an Owens Corning Platinum Preferred Contractor, we’ve received specialized training in the Total Protection Roofing System. We have extensive experience working with Owens Corning products and believe they are the highest-quality asphalt shingles.

Additional Roofing Information

For more information about roofing basics, check out the following links:

There’s plenty more useful information in our blog archives, plus we’re always happy to answer your questions so don’t hesitate to contact us.

If you’re ready for a free quote from a top-rate Tampa roofing contractor, contact us today.

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Why Online Roofing Contractor Ratings Matter

Picking a Tampa roofing contractor to work on your home isn’t the easiest task. Not only do you need to choose someone that has the requisite skills for the job but you also want to find someone you trust. Online ratings have made it easier to choose a contractor that has repeatedly shown the quality of their work and their character. Here are some great reasons why online roofing contractor ratings matter, as well as some information on where to look for reviews.

Save Time Thanks to Feedback

If you run a Google search for a contractor, you’ll likely be overwhelmed by your options. Many places are lucky to have numerous contractors serving their areas. Rather than playing roulette with your options or scientifically selecting a contractor through a fun game of eeny-meeny-miny-moe, online reviews allow you to create a curated list of qualified contractors from whom you can get quotes. As a time-saving tactic, reviews are great for providing a qualitative basis for selecting which contractors you want to speak to without resorting to games of chance or just calling the first name that pops up.

Take the Guesswork Out of Hiring

When it comes to big decisions, we tend to ask our friends or family for their input. Even for a minor issue like a leaky faucet, we may hit up Facebook and ask for a recommendation on a good local plumber. It’s a bit different, however, when the job you’re looking to have done is larger in scope.

Because roofs are replaced infrequently, you may not have many friends who’ve worked with a Tampa roofing contractor recently. Online reviews stand in the stead of those friendly recommendations, allowing you to read about experiences others have had with area contractors and providing you with information regarding what you can expect. This can help ease some of your fears, especially when you’re hiring someone for a job for the first time.

Provide Insight Into the Quality of Their Work

When you’re looking for a product, it’s nice to be able to see it in person and get a feel for the quality. Similarly, when shopping online, the best product listings have descriptions and images that help you imagine yourself owning said item. Reviews can add to this feeling by sharing an intimate look at how other consumers felt about the product or a service. That sharing of real-life experience is invaluable for contractors.

A roofing contractor will be at your home for a few days installing your new roof. After that, you’ll have a reminder of their work for a decade or two (and possibly longer). Shoddy workmanship and poor customer service are not things you want to deal with when it comes to your home. Gleaning insight from online reviews can help you make a choice that helps you add value to your home—not detract from it.

Highlights the Character of Those Involved

Who you hire matters. Not all companies share the same values or the same quality of craftsmanship. Often, this comes down to the character of those running the company and doing the work.

Online reviewers have no problem sharing whether or not they liked a contractor. These comments can help paint a picture of the character of said contractors.

Imagine a contractor that’s repeatedly touted as being short with his clients or whose clients are left feeling cheated. That’s certainly not someone many people would feel comfortable hiring for an important job such as replacing a roof.

Alternatively, think of the positive ways character can shine through in a review. A contractor of good character will often have reviews sharing that they are honest, forthright, hardworking, timely, consistent, considerate, etc. These keywords help provide homeowners with knowledge they wouldn’t typically be able to get until after they’ve already signed a contract.

Introduces You to Companies You May Not Have Found Otherwise

Google is a great tool. Unfortunately, many of us never make past the first page of search results. In addition, the first several results (especially when you’re searching for something like “Tampa roofing contractor”) are generally ads. If you consistently pick the first couple results, however, you may be missing out.

Checking reviews for contractors can introduce you to companies that may not show up at the top of the search results but who better meet your criteria. You can see actual comments from individuals in your area who have first-hand experience working with roofing contractors—rather than an algorithm’s output of what it believes you want to see.

Which Reviews to Trust

Not all reviews are created equally. We’ve all seen those Amazon reviews by a confused commenter who disparages an item they haven’t received or who complains about circumstances that don’t have anything to do with the product. There are certainly times when reviewers take to the web because they are outraged, and often they are justified. It’s frequently harder to get those individuals with positive experiences to share them, however, more companies are finding ways to encourage their clients to do so.

When you are looking at reviews, one of the most important things to check is the relevance of the review. Is the reviewer commenting on things that are relevant to the company and that are within the company’s control? For example, when it comes to roofing reviews, a contractor can’t control weather that may delay a job, but they can certainly control how they handle the situation, how they communicate with their clients, and how prepared they are each day.

Reviews worthy of your trust should deal with the contractor’s character and work. Their purview should be limited to their personal experience with the contractor and hopefully provide useful insights into what it is like to work with them.

Where to Look for Roofing Contractor Reviews

To find quality roofing contractor reviews, check one of the following sites.

  • GuildQuality: GuildQuality allows users to rate contractors on various metrics and provides the info to the contractors so they can improve.
  • Angie’s List: One of the first companies to allow contractor reviews, Angie’s List is still popular with homeowners.
  • Google: If you run a search for a business on Google, you’ll see their Google Review and comments left by their previous customers or clients.
  • Yellow Pages: The iconic company has a web presence that allows consumers to leave reviews of companies.
  • Roofing Supplies Companies: Some roofing companies, such as Owens Corning, provide homeowners with information about area contractors.

How Westchase Roofing Stacks Up

At Westchase Roofing, we do our best to provide our clients with high-quality service. In addition to maintaining our own crew of qualified roofers, we offer best-in-class customer service. We focus on one job at a time in order to deliver the top-notch craftsmanship we’re known for. Westchase Roofing is fully licensed and insured and we stay on top of the best practices for roofing. We enjoy learning about our craft and continually improving our skill sets.

We are pleased that our hard work has been recognized by both GuildQuality and Owens Corning.

Westchase Roofing was named a GuildMaster Award Winner in 2017 by GuildQuality. (We wrote about the experience and why GuildQuality matters in this blog post.) We’ve also received 50 consecutive positive reviews thanks to our amazing clients.

As an Owens Corning Platinum Preferred Contractor, Westchase Roofing strives to provide the best service to our clients, in addition to the high-quality Owens Corning asphalt shingles we install. In 2017, we were awarded the Bright Star award and the Platinum Warranty Registrations award at the Owens Corning Platinum Preferred Contractor Conference. We strive every day to live up to those awards and to have a repeat performance at this year’s conference.

If you’re looking for a Tampa roofing contractor, we hope you’ll consider Westchase Roofing, where we treat our clients like family. Schedule a free quote today to learn more about our work and how we help protect your most important investment—your home.

 

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New Year, New Roof? Planning for a Roof Installation

A new roof is not an expense anyone wants to be surprised with. While inclement weather (I’m talking about you, Irma) can hasten the need for a new roof, often we can plan ahead for a roof installation.

Barring any future natural disasters, homeowners can generally take their time and shop around when seeking a roofing contractor. This helps ensure that a good roofing contractor is found and that homeowners can pick the shingles that are right for them. Shingles have a major impact on how a home looks; choosing a roofing contractor and picking your shingles shouldn’t be a rush job! In this post, we’ll be covering different aspects of planning for a roof. It’s an important decision, so you’ll find plenty of links and information to help ensure you have everything you need to get started on the process.

As always, we’re happy to speak to Tampa area residents about their roofing needs and provide a free estimate for roof replacement or installation. Don’t hesitate to reach out to us to learn more about how Westchase Roofing will treat you like family!

Do You Need a New Roof?

A loose shingle or two doesn’t mean you need an entirely new roof; however, numerous ripped or broken shingles, bald shingles, or a saggy roof can indicate it’s time to start speaking with a roofing contractor.

We’ve detailed when homeowners should start thinking about roof replacement in this post. If you don’t know how old your roof is, check for shingle damage and granule debris. Extensive shingle damage or bald shingles could signal it’s time to hire a roofing a contractor. If you have an attic, take a look inside to see if you are experiencing any water damage. If there appear to be stains, you may have a leak in your roof.

If you’ve determined that you’re not quite ready for a roof, be sure to bookmark this post so you can call it up when you need it! Also, take care to properly maintain your roof to ensure it lasts as long as possible! Once you start noticing signs of wear, come on back and start planning for that roof replacement!

Know Your Shingle Options

Homeowners have an amazing amount of options when it comes to roofing shingles. In addition to long-lasting asphalt shingles like the Owens Corning shingles we install, homeowners can have clay or tile shingles, wood shingles, metal shingles, solar shingles, and more. Ultimately, your shingles are an investment in the health of your home. While they add to the stylistic beauty of your home, they also protect it from the elements and help keep you and your family safe.

We’ve given some extensive coverage to shingle types in previous posts. We’ve also shared why we believe asphalt shingles are the best choice.

For starters, here’s our ultimate guide to roofing shingles. This post covers asphalt, wood, metal, and solar shingles, as well as various things you should keep in mind when choosing your shingles.

Costs vary across shingle types (post: Why Tile Shingles Are More Expensive Than Asphalt Shingles), though that is not necessarily due to quality. Here’s why we think asphalt shingles are top of the line. (Hint: it’s all about protection. And with the Total Protection Roofing System, you have an extra line of defense against the Florida elements.)

When you’re considering which type of shingles are the best for your home, you may want to consider:

  • The type of elements your shingles will encounter.
  • The style and color you want for your home.
  • The durability of the shingle types.
  • The quality of the warranty that accompanies the shingles and their installation.
  • The cost of the various shingles.

Here’s our latest post on selecting the asphalt shingles that are right for you and your home.

Vet All Contractors

Finding the right contractor to install your new roof can take time. We recently wrote some posts to help homeowners as they make this important decision:

Ultimately, the quality of work you get comes down to who you hire. Make sure you and your contractor are on the same page and that they have all the necessary licenses and insurance before they ever get on a ladder. This protects both you and your contractor. Never hire someone who isn’t willing to share their licenses with you or their proof of insurance!

If you want a specific type of shingle, make sure the roofers you speak with have experience with them. For example, at Westchase Roofing, we only install Owens Corning asphalt shingles and the Total Protection Roofing System because we believe they offer our clients the best quality and value. As an Owens Corning Platinum Preferred Contractor, we have the ability to offer our clients additional warranties. Plus, we’ve undergone extensive training with the Total Protection Roofing System to ensure our clients are always satisfied.

Get a Couple Roofing Quotes

A quote isn’t a contract, but it helps homeowners understand the general scope of the project and the projected costs. A good quote will provide you with information about labor costs and supplies. At the same time, a quote doesn’t tell you everything about a potential contractor. That’s why it’s so important to ask questions (and to know what type of questions to ask). Too many homeowners get taken in by shoddy operations. If you aren’t sure what type of questions to ask, revisit the vetting post mentioned earlier so that you can better understand a given operation and the quote they’re giving you.

To learn about what goes into a roofing quote, visit this post.

Select Your Contractor

With your quotes completed and having met a couple of contractors, you’ll be better prepared to pick the right contractor for your roofing needs.

As you compare quotes, remember that cost should not necessarily be the deciding factor. Your roof is an investment into the wellbeing of your home. You want to ensure that you have quality roofing materials and a skilled contractor to install them.

When comparing quotes, consider:

  • Highest qualifications
  • Timeline for work
  • Who will be completing the work (roofing contractor’s crew or subcontractors?)
  • Reviews
  • Cost estimate

Your decision will likely be based on a variety of factors. There’s no shame in making a pros and cons list if you are having trouble deciding between contractors. And if questions arise during the process, a high-quality roofing contractor will have no problem answering them and putting your qualms to rest.

Finalize the Details & Sign

Once you’ve picked your contractor, you’ll want to finalize the details. This includes setting a date for the job, determining how your old shingles will be disposed, finalizing your choice of shingle, and learning more about who will be completing your roof. Make sure you have a point person that you can be in touch with in case you have any questions or concerns. Read over your work contract. If there is anything you don’t understand, say something! A good roofing contractor will have no problem explaining the contract to you and ensuring that everything is to your satisfaction.

We hope this new year brings you plenty of joy and laughter. And if you happen to need a new roof, too, we’d be happy to help you make the best choice for your home—Owens Corning asphalt shingles combined with expert installation by Westchase Roofing.

 

 

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Selecting the Asphalt Shingles That Are Right For You

We love the Owens Corning Total Protection Roof System. We’ve even written about how it helps protect homes. As part of the system, homeowners are able to choose beautiful asphalt shingles that best suit their homes. Here’s what you need to know about selecting the asphalt shingles that are right for you — whether you’re concerned about aesthetics or your pocketbook.

Owens Corning Helps With Selecting the Asphalt Shingles That Are Right For You

Westchase Roofing exclusively carries Owens Corning asphalt shingles. We believe they’re a great fit for Florida homes and that they provide homeowners with a great value for a high-quality product. In addition, Owens Corning continues to innovate, ensuring that every generation of shingles is better than the last. That’s something that us perfectionists at Westchase Roofing can understand. As part of our quest to offer exceptional service to our clients, we aim to use the best materials. We believe that means Owens Corning asphalt shingles.

In addition to providing great materials, Owens Corning has made their website into a useful hub for homeowners who need to choose which shingles may work well for them. Here’s what you need to know to make the task easier.

Find Your Color

If you’re concerned about how your new shingles will look or whether they’ll match the paint you’ve recently had redone, the Owens Corning website makes choosing the right palette easy. Simply select a color blend to view shingles that meet your needs. Once you’ve picked a color, you’ll be shown a variety of shingles that contain that color, if only minimally. Clicking on a shingle will provide you with more detailed information about the shingle line and its specific qualities.

Choose Your Features

If you are concerned with wind damage, algae growth, or the color depth of your shingles, you can select shingles with superior wind resistance, StreakGuard Algae Resistance Protection, or TruDefinition Color Platform. Duration shingles are rated to withstand 130 MPH winds, have 10 years of algae resistance, and feature TruDefinition. Berkshire, the top-of-the-line shingles with gorgeous architectural details and brilliant colors, offers 15 years of algae protection.

Focus on Your Style

If you’re replacing your roof and know which style of shingle you want, you can click on the line name and see the shingle features and colorways. For example, let’s say you like the look of slightly rounded shingles. Clicking on the Devonshire name will take you to a page that provides information specific to Devonshire shingles. Devonshire shingles come in 4 colorways and feature StreakGuard, Owens Corning’s trademarked algae protection, which is great for Florida homes.

Pick Your Price Point

Asphalt shingles are a good value in general, however, they do come in multiple price points. On the Owens Corning site, dollar signs ($) demarcate the various price points of the shingles. Supreme ($) shingles provide homeowners with a great deal, as do Oakridge ($$) shingles. Duration ($$$-$$$$), Devonshire ($$$$), and Berkshire ($$$$$) have added protections and elements that make them slightly more expensive. However, as with all Owens Corning asphalt shingles, you are getting high-quality, innovative materials meant to last.

Warranty Concerns

All of Owens Corning products come with a warranty. If you are concerned about the specifics of a warranty, visit this blog post to learn what is covered.

Westchase Roofing is an Owens Corning Platinum Preferred Contractor, which means we’ve had specialized training in the Total Protection Roofing System — and we can offer our clients additional warranties to ensure their roofs are protected. To learn more, check out this post.

Need Help?

You don’t have to try to choose shingles by yourself. A knowledgeable Westchase Roofing crew member would be happy to talk to you about the high-quality Owens Corning asphalt shingles we install and help you pick the system that is perfect for your home. Schedule a quote today to get started.