Mobile homes make up a sizable portion of residences in the greater Snohomish area. Like a traditional home, mobile living units require a durable roof. What are your options for mobile home roof materials? Are the selections more limited than those for traditional homes?
Asphalt shingles are a mainstay in conventional homes with a sloped roof. They are also available for mobile homes. There is one major difference, though. Installing a second or even a third layer over existing shingles is common practice during renovations and repairs on conventional housing. However, only a single layer is allowed in a mobile home. If the roof requires replacement, all of the existing shingles need to be removed.
Slate shingles are beloved for their beautiful natural stone look. By no means do they look out of place for a mobile home. They are also incredibly durable, lasting 80 to 100 years and also hold up well against humidity and wind. Slate is quite heavy, though, so you’ll need to verify that your mobile home can support the weight of this material.
Metal is highly durable and requires little maintenance. However, depending on the construction of the mobile home, metal roofing may not be a good fit. If the architecture is composed mainly of 2×2-foot lumber, for example, then metal panels might not work.
Composite roof shingles resemble traditional asphalt or slate shingles but are made from composite material like rubber and polymer. They are typically lighter weight and also more affordable. The light weight, though, gives them a lower wind resistance rating. However, if installers adhere to strict installation protocol, this shouldn’t be a major concern.
We Install Various Roofing Materials on Mobile Homes
We service roofs for mobile homes on a regular basis. More homeowners are also enhancing their mobile property with fencing and/or a deck. Contact Allied Construction if you own a mobile home or are having one built. Your mobile home roof material options are quite diverse.
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