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If you can’t decide between the attractive style of cedar shingles and the durability of steel roofing, lucky for you — TAMKO® has found a way to merge these two essential qualities into one roofing product.

In this article, Sully-Jones Roofing, a local company specializing in commercial roofing, discusses the amazing features and benefits of TAMKO AstonWood® steel shingles.

Features of AstonWood Steel Shingles

TAMKO AstonWood shingles offer the warmth of cedar shingles in the form of galvanized steel. Designed with modern homeowners in mind, these shingles are made with the following features:

  1. Painted galvanized steel
  2. 49.2 square feet of coverage per box
  3. 28 gauge 0.0162 inches (0.041148 cm) thickness
  4. Minimum slope of 3 inches in 12 inches
  5. Shingle exposure measuring 12 inches
  6. Shingle width of 39-3/4 inches
  7. Shingle height of 12-5/8 inches

The AstonWood steel shingles come in a variety of colors too. Our staff is ready to assist you in finding the perfect hue for your home.

Benefits of AstonWood Steel Shingles

In cases where roof repair is no longer enough, it would be best to invest in a new roof instead. Here are a few reasons why you should consider the AstonWood steel shingles for your new roofing:

  1. G-90 Steel – AstonWood shingles are made with G-90 steel, which are known for its excellent corrosion resistance.

  2. Energy Efficiency – AstonWood shingles are Energy Star®-qualified, so you can expect them to help decrease your cooling expenses.

  3. Sustainability – AstonWood shingles are 100% recyclable reducing its impact to the environment.

Due to their commitment to excellent services, Sully-Jones Roofing has earned a solid reputation in the roofing industry. Our expertise includes commercial roof installation, residential roof replacement, and others. Call us at (619) 312-4018 or fill out our contact form to request a free consultation. We offer our expertise to customers in Chula Vista, CA, and the surrounding areas.