Dependable & Affordable

Versatile and Durable Asphalt Shingles

Experience the perfect blend of strength and affordability with asphalt shingles. Designed to withstand extreme weather, they provide long-lasting protection and a classic look for your home. Asphalt shingles are built to prevent leaks, ensuring dependable performance in all conditions. They are easy to maintain, cost-effective, and available in a variety of colors to match your style. Choose asphalt shingles for a durable, practical, and visually appealing roofing solution.

Stylish Shingles, Trusted Roof

Asphalt shingles come in a variety of types, styles, and colors, which means your roof can be as unique as you are. Whether you’re looking for a traditional look or something more modern, there are plenty of options available to choose from. As a leading 5-star roofing company, we specialize in the installation and maintenance of asphalt and composite shingle roofs, and we understand the many benefits that they provide.

Long Lasting & Affordable Option


Affordable option that offers great value. Installation is budget-friendly.

Low Maintenance

Resists mold and algae, needing only simple inspections and minor repairs.


Built to withstand harsh weather, they last many years, resisting wind, rain, and hail.


Available in many colors and styles, they match any home design and mimic pricier materials.

  • 3-tab / Traditional / Standard / Strip / Organic / Fiberglass:

    3-tab shingles, also known as standard, traditional, or strip shingles, are the most basic type of composition shingle. They have three tabs, or sections, per shingle, giving them a flat and uniform shape. This makes them less visually appealing and less durable than other types of shingles, as they are more prone to cracking and curling over time. We categorize these shingles as either organic or fiberglass. While both are considered asphalt shingles, fiberglass shingles include a layer of fiberglass and use less asphalt, making them cheaper. Although traditional asphalt shingles might be an economical choice for some do-it-yourself homeowners, they are not as durable or attractive as laminated ones. Given the minor cost difference, our company does not offer these simple 3-tab shingles in our product line.

  • Architectural / Dimensional:

    Dimensional shingles are a significant upgrade from the traditional 3-tab shingles. These newer shingles feature a textured laminated composite asphalt material with a thicker, multi-layered approach. This layering creates a “dimensional” look that is much more attractive than the flat standard strip shingles. Aside from their superior appearance, these laminated architectural shingles are much more durable and resistant to cracking and curling. They also provide better resistance to wind, hail, and other extreme weather conditions than basic 3-tab shingles.

  • Designer / Luxury / Premium / Presidential:

    Luxury shingles are among the most visually appealing and highest-quality types of laminated composite asphalt roofing materials available. Crafted with three or more layers of asphalt and a fiberglass mat, these designer shingles are some of the thickest and strongest on the market. They are typically designed to mimic the look of wood, slate, or other high-end roofing materials. Additionally, these premium shingles offer superior insulation and energy efficiency due to their thicker construction. While more expensive, they provide unmatched durability and protection against the elements, lasting up to 50 years or more with proper maintenance.

  • Performance Shingles (Wind, Hail, Fire, Algae, or Impact Resistant Shingles):

    Performance shingles focus on delivering high protection. These premium shingles are made with unique laminated composite materials, engineered with special materials and coatings for added protection. They offer exceptional resistance to wind, hail, fire, algae, and impact, making them the thickest and most durable type of shingles. Though the most expensive, performance shingles are worth the investment if you want to protect your home or business from extreme weather conditions.

  • Durability and Longevity: Depending upon which style you select, these shingles can be extremely durable and last for decades with proper maintenance. Designed to withstand extreme weather conditions, these watertight shingles excel in heavy rain, high winds, hail, snow, and UV rays, making them ideal for homes in areas with high temperatures or frequent storms. In fact, some of our performance product line boasts the highest possible “Class 4” rating for hail impact resistance.
  • Fire Resistant: Most are resistant to fire and receive a top-rated “Class A” fire rating.
  • Low Maintenance: All forms of these shingles are resistant to algae and moss growth, which can be a problem with other types of roofing materials. Additionally, the laminated composite-based ones are engineered to require even less maintenance and can last for decades with the proper care. They are also easy to clean and repair, making them a great choice for busy homeowners who don’t have a lot of time to spend on their roofing.
  • Aesthetics and Versatility: All versions come in a variety of colors and styles, so homeowners can choose a look that best suits their homes. They can also be used on almost any pitched roof with a slope of at least 2:12, including gable and hip construction.
  • Cost-Effectiveness: These shingles are relatively inexpensive compared to other roofing materials, and they are easy to install. This makes them a popular choice for homeowners who are looking to save money on their roofing projects.
  • Energy Efficiency: All versions of asphalt shingles are quite energy efficient, which means that they can help to keep your home cooler in the summer and warmer in the winter. This can help to lower your energy costs and make your home more comfortable.
  • Lightweight: Compared to other roofing materials, these are lightweight, which means that they are easier to maneuver and install than the other types. They also require very little maintenance, meaning that you won’t have to worry about constantly checking for damage or replacing parts.

One of the main disadvantages of asphalt or composite shingles is that they do not last as long as some other types of roofing materials such as metal or slate. For example, some asphalt shingles only typically have a lifespan of around 15-30 years, while other types of higher-end roofing materials can last for 50+ years. This means that homeowners will have to replace their shingle roofs more often than other types of roofs.

Another disadvantage of asphalt shingles is that they are not as environmentally friendly as other types of roofing materials. They are made from petroleum products, which are not sustainable and require a lot of energy to manufacture, which can contribute to environmental pollution.

Despite these disadvantages, asphalt shingles are still an excellent choice for homeowners looking to install a new roof on their houses. While asphalt shingles are durable, cost-effective, versatile, and easy to maintain, it’s crucial to work with a professional roofing contractor like us. We have the necessary skills to handle this material, ensuring your roof is properly installed and maintained.

Why Might Asphalt Shingles Be the Best Option for Your Roof?

Asphalt shingles are a great choice for your home because they offer durability, affordability, and easy installation. A fiberglass base, topped with asphalt and mineral granules, makes these shingles strong and weather-resistant. Asphalt shingles come in many colors and styles, so you can find the perfect look for your home. They are also lightweight, which means they won’t put extra stress on your roof. Additionally, asphalt shingles are cost-effective compared to other roofing materials, making them a budget-friendly option. With proper maintenance, asphalt shingles can last up to 20-30 years, providing long-term protection for your home.

When you hire Reimagine Roofing, our team of experienced and expert roofers ensures a simple and painless process. Contact us today for a free no-obligation, comprehensive roofing inspection, and estimate.

Still not sold on getting an asphalt shingle roof? No worries! We have other shingle options available. For example, the other three types of shingle roofing materials that we offer are:

  • Metal
  • Tile
  • Stone Coated Steel