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Types of roofs in AustraliaRoofing shingles are fibreglass mats, ingrained with asphalt and ceramic granules. They are a lighter alternative to tiles, with a much stronger result. Comparative to traditional tiles, they are also safer to walk over, have no algae growth and maintenance free. They have a higher thermal rating to metal and won’t scratch of dent. The process of installing asphalt shingles, begins with plywood sheeting to cover the roof, followed by ‘deck armour’ a one-way, breathable, membrane. The shingles are then fastened to the sheeting using flat-headed roofing nails.

Style and Design

In Australia the majority of roofs are tile or tin, whilst in America over 70% of all home utilise asphalt shingles. All American Roofing, offers an immense design range to choose from of GAF asphalt shingles. With assorted colour and style combinations, to suit and stand out on any home or build.

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Timberline HDZ Shingle

There are a number of variations available in the Timberline HD series of shingles. They're 33% thicker and up to 50% larger and the Timberline style features highly contrasting colour blends, giving them a dimensional look when installed. This weight adds to their durability and the Micro-Weave core gives great protection. A Class A fire rating along with algae protection and 30-year warranty make this a very popular shingle.

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Royal Sovereign

These are an extra-large shingle and combine a 3-tab design. They have a special row of Dura Grip adhesive seals that help them stand up to very strong winds. The Royal Sovereign is among the most preferred shingle in its class with good reason. They have an extra strong Micro-Weave core for durability. These asphalt roof shingles come with the normal 25-year warranty and the A class fire rating.

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Slateline Designer

These are extra-large asphalt roof shingles that are rated to withstand strong winds and they have the appearance of slate. They have Class A fire rating and with their heavier design, they are an affordable alternative to authentic slate roof shingles. There are double rows of Dura Grip adhesive seals on each asphalt roof shingle as well as algae protection. They come with our standard 50-year warranty.

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