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Do you need a new roof for your home?

Our professional roofers are experienced in installing a long-lasting asphalt roofing system.

Professional Asphalt Roof Installation

Asphalt is durable, cost-effective, and available in various styles, colors, and brands.
Our local professional roofers are experienced in asphalt roof replacement and installing the best asphalt roofing.

Why Asphalt Roofing Shingles?

A new asphalt shingle roof installed or repaired is cheaper when compared to other roofing materials. Our asphalt roofing installation services are flawless and affordable. We provide the best service in the area without hassle or delay. Our roofing design professionals can provide you with various styles and colors. Asphalt roofing is sought after by property owners because they have a long lifespan compared with other roofing and is very durable. Other advantages of asphalt roofing include:


Fire resistant


Ideal weight

Environmentally friendly

Little maintenance required

How we replace wood shake roofs
with asphalt shingles

We send a team to inspect and provide you with an estimated cost and time to complete the job.

The same team will also explain how we do the installation, your choices, and what our warranty covers.

We provide you with a contract to sign, including the installation date.

We do the rest of the work required from start to finish.

Different Types of Asphalt Shingles to Choose From

Asphalt shingles come in wide varieties and have many advantages over other types, such as metal roof shingles. To make the best choice, you must be familiar with all roof shingle types available for your property.

Dimensional shingles

These shingles are heavier than other types and have a warranty policy. Dimensional shingles are made of two or more fused layers of asphalt making them multi-dimensional, thicker, and richer in appearance. This also resembles the natural slate and wood shake roofing.

Luxury Shingles

These shingles give the impression of an old-wood quarry and slate roofing slate. It has the best quality of all the laminated luxury asphalt shingles. It’s also very aesthetic and outclasses other types of shingles.

Strip Shingles

This is the most basic design-wise and is the oldest type of shingle that has been in use for many years. It’s composed of an asphalt layer; thus, it has a flat appearance and gives a slate look. It weighs and costs way less than other types of asphalt shingles.

Schedule a Consultation Today

Whether building a brand new home or renovating, you’ll never go wrong with Dream Team Metal Roofing & Solar and Solar Company. Our team can help you find the best materials and designs for your budget. We provide the widest selection of roof materials and color options so that you get to pick the style to match your property. We guarantee quality every time. Give us a call, and we’ll give you a free consultation today.


Q: How can I protect my roof from winter weather?

A: Here are some things we do to ensure that shingles are installed well and perform properly during cold weather:

– Ensure proper roof ventilation
– Take extra precautions in installing shingles during cold weather since they can break or sustain some cracks. Be careful not to drop, throw, or bend the shingles.
– Use eaves protection boards to protect your roof and reduce the damage from ice build-up.
– Use asphaltic cement to hand seal shingles in cold weather.

Q: Is it possible to install new shingles on top of older ones?

A: Yes. Depending on the roof’s condition, you can apply a new shingle over existing shingles. A roof with a layer of shingles lying flat with the deck in good condition must not be replaced. Check with your local officials to ensure that you follow the building codes.

Q: When is asphalt shingle underlayment used?

A: Asphalt shingle underlayment is a dry felt coated or impregnated with asphalt saturant and is used for the following reasons:

– The wood board decking may release some resin. The underlayment protects the shingles from these resins.
– Underlayment protects the decking material from rain that could penetrate the shingle layers.