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The Most Common Commercial Roof Styles in Connecticut

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Located between a humid continental and a humid subcontinental climate zone, Connecticut gets predictable weather, with cold, snowy winters, hot summers, precipitation distributed quite evenly throughout the year and very rare extreme weather events. The most important challenge that commercial roofing Connecticut roofs need to stand up to is water – local structures need to be able to shed water as well as snow, the best roofing solutions being sloped roofs. Here are the most common roofing materials used across the state:

  • Asphalt shingles – the material is common not only in Connecticut, but in the entire country as well. Asphalt shingles are affordable, easy to install and to maintain and they provide suitable protection from Connecticut weather;
  • Clay and concrete tiles – the material is suitable for buildings that can support the load of a heavy roof, but if your building can receive a tile roof, you will enjoy the benefits of a strong roof that can stand up to Connecticut weather for up to 100 years;
  • Composite roofs – the most common type of composite material is made from resins and recycled rubber. The solution allows for building attractive roofs that are easy to install and to maintain and can last for at least 50 years.