Serving the Muskokas, Georgian Bay, Central Ontario and beyond

 

 

 

 Including Shingle Colour Options

 Say No to Recycled Shingles

 

 

We Do NOT Recommend Shingles

made from Recycled Materials

 

 

Recycling, and products made from recycled materials, are usually good things to look for in today's world. Not so for the roofing industry and asphalt shingles.

 

In 1985, some shingle manufacturers began adding recycled materials into their shingles. They added such things as cardboard, newspaper, wood, plastic, foil and styrofoam.

 

Once installed, these "recycled shingles" absorb and hold moisture. Moisture causes them to lift, curl and deteriorate right on your roof. This leaves your home vulnerable to leaks. Serious damage can occur to roof boards, attic insulation, drywall, ceilings and flooring.

 

Take a look around your neighbourhood. It is usually quite obvious which roofs have those recycled shingles.

 

 

At National Roofing we NEVER use " recycled shingles ".

 

National Roofing installs fiberglass base shingles. These are shingles that contain 100% asphalt and fiberglass. No recycled materials.

 

 

Fiberglass base shingles do not absorb and hold moisture. They will help to protect your home and cottage from moisture and the elements.

 

We stand behind our products 100%. National Roofing gives you a 40-year warranty on products and workmanship.

 

Please keep in mind that National Roofing also installs :

 

        Cedar Shingles

        Metal Roofing

        Eaves Troughs, Fascia & Soffit

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Please complete our FREE ESTIMATE form. You will hear back within two business days.

 

or you may call or text National Roofing

705-308-5541

 

Emergency Service 24 hours a day - 7 days of week

 

 

 

 

 

Ideal Homes Authorized Installer.

National Roofing  Email : info@NationalRoofing.ca

Todd McKee, Owner & General Manager, PO Box 373,  Bracebridge Ontario   P1L 1T7 

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