Asphalt Composition Roofing

Bordner installs composition roofing shingles from several well-respected manufacturers. Asphalt composition shingles have been around for decades and are the most widely used of all roofing materials, thanks to their affordability, durability and wide number of design options. The style and weight of the shingle determines the length of the manufacturer’s warranty – ranging from 20 to 50 years. As a general rule, the longer the warranty, the higher the initial investment.


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Finding the Right Design for Your Asphalt Roofing

Most well-known roofing manufacturers produce very good composition products with a choice of roofing styles and colors that enable homeowners to make a selection that will compliment their home.

Common asphalt composition roofing style options include:

  • Designs that mimic the appearance of slate, shakes, and other traditional roofing materials.
  • Shingles with “shadow lines” that give the shingles the appearance of 3-dimensional depth and add a natural, organic look.
  • Dozens of colors, from cool slate, to warm reds, rustic greens, and more traditional tans and browns.

To learn more about design options and to see product samples, contact Bordner online or call (816) 358-2102.

Quality Installation of Composition Shingles

Bordner has achieved the highest level of certification from the following major roofing material manufacturers:

Because our roofing installation specialist have been trained in installing composition shingle materials from GAF-ELK, Owens Corning and CertainTeed, we are able to pass on to you, the homeowner, their longest warranties.

Free Roofing Inspection and Consultation

Contact Bordner online or call (816) 358-2102 to request a FREE analysis of your existing roof and no-obligation estimate for roofing installation and materials.

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