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Are 50-Year Shingles Worth the Money?

Updated: May 7, 2023

Are you looking to replace your current shingles and wondering whether 50-year shingles are worth the money? Perhaps you are buying a new roof and trying to understand if those shingles will really last you 50 years.


Roofers installing asphalt shingles

We uncover the truth behind these popular shingles in the article below.


How Long Do 50-Year Shingles Actually Last?


A big misconception about 50-year shingles is that once installed they will last you for at least 50 years without any maintenance or inspections from your local roofers.


The truth is, once installed, you can expect your roofing system to last anywhere from 30 to 40 years or more as long as they are regularly inspected by a professional, especially after intense storms such as a hurricane or severe hail or snowstorm.


Are 50-Year Shingles Worth The Money?


If you plan on living in your home for many years, specifically 5 or 6 decades, then 50-year shingles may be the best option for you.


However, the only way to understand the best roofing material for your home is to speak directly with your local Northern Virginia roofing company about their extensive options taking in consideration your individual needs.


Other factors that can impact your shingles include the climate you live in and if storms are a frequent occurrence.


When deciding if shingles are worth the money, consider warranty packages and repair costs to your roof to determine if they are worth the investment.


What Shingles Are Best for My Home?


At A&M Roofing, we are proud to be a licensed Virginia Class A Contractor, certified and accredited by the nation's leading manufacturers. We specialize in roofing and other exterior renovations for home and business owners across Northern Virginia.


Our skilled professionals are available to discuss your best roofing and shingles options and all of your home remodeling needs. Speak with one of our team members to learn more or to request a free estimate by calling us today at (703)584-5876 or filling out our online form.


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