Recent Reviews from our Customers
We had all the soffets and fascias replaced on our house along with having all new gutters installed. Noah and his crew were very professional, on time every day, stayed late when necessary, and kept us up to date on all aspects of the remodel. His work is exceptional and the value is outstanding. We plan on using Noah's services for more remodeling projects inside the house as well. I highly recommend using Noah's services.
- Wesley Bennett
Noe and his crew just completed a fairly complicated siding replacement project for a southern wall where the previous cedar siding had taken a beating for 35 years. I was impressed by how closely Noe monitored the work and ensured things moved on schedule. All his crew members were politely unobtrusive and left the worksite in great order each evening. I would gladly use Noah’s Roofing and Siding again, as well as recommending him to others. Give him a call!
- Glenn Vaughn
Responsive. Great communication. Timely. Did the job they said they would do. Would recommend.
- Levi Wallin
Asphalt Shingle Roofing Leaders in Chattanooga
Homeowners across the country love asphalt shingles for their roofs because they get a great, reliable roof for an affordable price. It also comes in many different colors and styles, so you don’t have to worry about whether or not it will fit into your home. In fact, choosing your favorite color might be the hardest part of the process!
Noah’s Roofing and Remodeling is a Chattanooga-based roofing company committed to providing only the best in asphalt shingle roofing. We’ll assist you every step of the way. Rest assured that our top-rated team will do excellent work. You’ll be thrilled with your new roof.
Call us today at (423) 954-7759 to schedule a free estimate. Learn more about our roofing services and your options. We also provide expertise in metal roofing.
Brands We Work With
Types of Asphalt Shingle Roofs We Install
There are three types of asphalt shingles to consider: three-tab asphalt shingles, architectural, and premium asphalt shingles.
Three-tab Asphalt Shingles
3-tab shingles are named for their three asphalt tabs. They’re easy for professional roofers to install, and the pattern is always identical. These types of shingles are also the most affordable compared to other shingles. You can expect a warranty to last 20-25 years.
Architectural Asphalt Shingles
Architectural shingles offer versatility in size and shape, making any home look luxurious. They are made to look like some of your more expensive custom roofs, such as cedar or slate, but at a fraction of the cost. In addition, architectural shingles are built for the toughest climates, more wind and water-resistant than your regular 3-tab shingle.
Premium Asphalt Shingles
There is a whole world of options when one wants to get into the more high-end shingle materials. From slate to cedar to Mediterranean half-round, luxury shingles can fit any shape or style of building. So if you’re looking to put that finishing touch on a project to bring the whole thing together, luxury shingles are the way to do it.
The Pros and Cons of Asphalt Shingle Roofing
When making your decision about the type of roofing you prefer, there will be pros and cons. It’s best to know what to expect.
Pros of Asphalt Shingles
Price: Asphalt roofs are perhaps the most affordable choice for homeowners regarding quality and durability. Making asphalt shingles an easy choice for anyone building on a budget.
Different styles: Asphalt can be made to look like much more extensive materials and comes in various colors. Regardless of the style of your home, there is an asphalt shingle to match it.
Installation: Since asphalt is lightweight and does not require a reinforced structure, it is far easier to install than materials like slate or tile. A ladder, a nail gun, and a seasoned roofing crew are all you need to quickly install an asphalt roof.
Cons of Asphalt Shingles
Cracks: High-temperature fluctuations can cause asphalt shingles to expand and contract, often leading to cracks. These cracked shingles will have to be replaced so that water does not penetrate your home.
Not sustainable: Unfortunately, asphalt shingles are non-recyclable. This means that once you’re done with your shingles, they go straight to the landfill.