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Heritage Roofing Contractors Experts in All Prescott Roofing Types

Heritage Roofing Has Roofing Types to Suit Every Need

There are so many types of shingles and roofing materials that it can be really hard to pick what type would be best for your home or business. At Heritage Roofing we want to help you make an informed decision when determining the type of roofing material that should be applied based on your needs, preferences and what is economical to you. With each type of roofing material comes its own benefit.

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We are licensed, bonded, and insured. Also, we offer a 10-year warranty on labor and a 50-year limited lifetime warranty on materials.

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Heritage Roofing is a full-service Prescott roofing company with over 20 years’ experience. We serve Prescott and the surrounding areas with extensive roofing knowledge, high-quality service and a can-do attitude.

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Heritage Roofing is a top-rated company with great reviews on Home Advisor, Google, Yelp, and More.

Heritage Roofing Shingles – Asphalt

Lowest Price, Most Popular

Closeup of Finished Shingles Roof by Heritage Roofing in Prescott, AZ

Asphalt shingles are probably the best option for most customers in most climates and situations, as they are relatively inexpensive, easy to replace, and fairly durable. 

Asphalt shingle roofs last about 20 years on average, though there are many brands offering 50-year warranties. Shingles can also be made out of a combination of materials such as an asphalt and fiberglass combo, or an asphalt, fiberglass and ceramics trifecta.

Close Up of Standing Seam Metal with GAF Ultra Shingles in Talking Rock by Heritage Roofing in Prescott, AZ

Asphalt shingle roofs last about 20 years on average, though there are many brands offering 50-year warranties. Shingles can also be made out of a combination of materials such as an asphalt and fiberglass combo, or an asphalt, fiberglass and ceramics trifecta.

Heritage Roof Tiles and Slate – Mid-Range Price

Slate and tile shingles look fabulous on higher-end homes who would like to stand out a little more from the neighbors.

Close Up Of A Chimney on a Flat Tile with Standing Seam Metal on a Newly Constructed Residential Roof by Heritage Roofing in Prescott, AZ

They also provide more advantage over the basic asphalt shingles, such as they are fire resistant, resilient to rot, easy maintenance, and have a longer lifespan—often up to 100 years with slate shingles or 70 years with ceramic tiles.

The main disadvantages with slate and ceramic roofing tiles are their weight, fragility, and difficult installation, though Heritage Roofing contractors are well-qualified and trained in the installation of heavier roofing materials, proceeding with utmost care.

Close Up Of Finished Flat Tile Residential Roofing by Heritage Roofing

The main disadvantages with slate and ceramic roofing tiles are their weight, fragility, and difficult installation, though Heritage Roofing contractors are well-qualified and trained in the installation of heavier roofing materials, proceeding with utmost care.

Heritage Metal Roofing – Low Price

In our experience of roofing Prescott AZ, we feel that metal roofs are a great consideration for any home.

Close Up From the Front of House of Flat Tile with Standing Seam Metal Roof on a Newly Constructed Residential Home by Heritage Roofing in Prescott, AZ

They are low maintenance, lightweight, and environmentally friendly – metal roofs can be completely recycled after use. If a metal roof ever loses its shine or heat retention properties, it can be repainted and regenerated.

The main disadvantage of metal roofing is the time required to install. It can take far longer to install metal roofing than many other types of roofs. Though the maintenance is easy, and repainting takes half the time.

Standing Seam Metal Residential Roof by Heritage Roofing in Prescott, AZ

The main disadvantage of metal roofing is the time required to install. It can take far longer to install metal roofing than many other types of roofs. Though the maintenance is easy, and repainting takes half the time.

TPO Roofing – Less Expensive

The TPO Roofing meaning is thermoplastic polyolefin (TPO). This type of roofing material is a reflective type of rubber that is typically used on commercial applications.

Heritage Roofing Contractor Employee Preparing A Flat Roof in Prescott, AZ

It provides for an easy installation mixed with elemental durability for a great low-cost option for areas that don’t experience a lot of snow and hail.

TPO is great against sun and rain and is very insulating but lacks in durability when it comes to the more extreme elements. It also only last about 10 to 20 years, making it the lowest lasting type of roof on this list. This roofing is often used in commercial applications.

Heritage Roofing Service Employee Installing Prime Roof Board in Prescott, AZ

TPO is great against sun and rain and is very insulating but lacks in durability when it comes to the more extreme elements. It also only last about 10 to 20 years, making it the lowest lasting type of roof on this list. This roofing is often used in commercial applications.

Torch Down Roofing – Mid Range

Torch down roofing is named due to the application process. It is applied using a torch similar in appearance to a weed burner. Torch down roofing is very effective at stopping leaks and providing insulation.

Edge of the Roof and Gutter on a Roof Done By Heritage Roofing in Prescott, AZ

A downside to this roofing type is the installation difficulty. If torch down is applied incorrectly it can lead to a fast burning fire. Though, as torch down roofing material suppliers in Prescott AZ, Heritage Roofing is equipped with the proper tools and the expertise to properly and safely install a torch down roof.

The second disadvantage is that flat torch down roofs are not scuff and tear resistant, meaning the value of the roof can easily decrease and with an increase in repairs that may be needed.

Close Up Of A Chimney On A Roof Done By Heritage Roofing in Prescott, AZ

The second disadvantage is that flat torch down roofs are not scuff and tear resistant, meaning the value of the roof can easily decrease and with an increase in repairs that may be needed.

Ready to choose Heritage Roofing?

Heritage Roofing is your well-trusted professional licensed, bonded and insured roofing contractor in Prescott Valley, AZ! We are well experienced in the roofing industry and offer a variety of roofing services to meet your needs. Call Heritage Roofing @ 928-910-2765 to get to know us and how we can help you or fill out the contact form below. We offer free consultations to better assist you and your needs.