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A roof is a roof, right? Not so fast. If you are looking for a reliable and long-lasting roofing solution, look no further than a composition roof. With advancements in composite shingles over the years, these roofs have become some of the most durable on the market. Class 4 impact-rated composites are even available, ensuring that your home will be protected against any weather conditions Texas or Louisiana can throw your way.
Our products have been trusted by homeowners in Texas for nearly four decades, and we’ve installed more than 30,000 residential roofs backed by a lifetime warranty you can trust.
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Why Choose M&M For Your Composition Roofing Project In Houston?
The Hand-Nailing Difference
M & M Roofing, Siding, & Windows is proud to be one of the last composition roofing companies to still hand-nail composite shingles (in select areas). This method best benefits our customers by guaranteeing the right amount of pressure and proper placement of the nails. This is just another way we truly set ourselves apart from our competitors when it comes to composition roofing projects.
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Composition Roofing FAQ
What are composition shingles?
Modern composition roofing generally falls into one of three major categories, 3-Tab Shingles, Laminate Shingles, and Architectural Shingles.
How long does a composition roof last?
The lifespan of a roof is based on the type and condition. For example, 3-tabs will last around 20 years while fiber cement can go as far up to 25 with average architectural shingle life expectancies being 30 – 50 under good maintenance conditions and proper roofing installation.
What is a composition roof?
Composite roofs are made up of multiple materials that give it an aesthetically pleasing appearance as well making it one of the most durable roof repair options.Unlike most roofing types, which only feature one specific material such as asphalt or wood shake; composite roofs may combine slate, paper, wood, and fiberglass materials and are some of the most advanced engineered shingles available.