Composite Shingle Roofing

Composite roofing shingles are made of a mixture of several commonly used roofing materials such as fiberglass, recycled paper products, and asphalt, making it an affordable and environmentally friendly option. Not only are composite shingles fire and moisture resistant, but they can also be replaced on an individual basis if damaged. Also, composite roofing doesn’t crack, split, peel, or warp and is offered in a variety of colors and sizes, which makes them a highly versatile choice.

Composite Roofing vs. Asphalt Shingle Roofing

Asphalt shingles are currently the most popular choice for shingles in the United States, with composite shingles coming in a close second. Although they have similar qualities, composite roofing normally carries a longer warranty and can be manufactured to mimic the look of most roofing materials. Composite shingles are also lighter in weight than asphalt shingles making them easier to transport and install.

If you’re considering a new composite shingle roof or just looking for a roof repair, call Chuy’s Roofing. We’ll come to your home or business and provide you with a free estimate.


Can you help me choose my shingle color?

Although every home is different and everyone’s tastes vary, the table below may help you match shingle colors to your home’s primary exterior shade.


Red Dark Brown, Black, Grey, Green
Light Grey Grey, Black, Green, Blue, White
Beige/Cream Brown, Black, Grey, Green, Blue
Brown Grey, Brown, Green, Blue
White Almost any color including Brown, Grey, Black, Green, Blue, White
Wood or Log Houses Brown, Green, Black, Grey
How long does a composite shingle roof last?
It is the blend of roofing materials that makes composite shingles such as high-quality product. Composite shingles are most recognized for their durability. While other roofing shingles last an average of 15-20 years, most composite roofing lasts 30-50 years.
What will a new composite shingle roof cost?

Invite Chuy to take a look. There are many variables that determine the cost. Your quote is free, and there’s no obligation.

Will it be asphalt or composite shingles? Does the job require complete removal of the supporting substrate, or can it be re-roofed over existing shingles? Are there any skylights, chimneys, or attic fans in place already, or would like ones added? Is it a flat or pitched roof? Is your roof easily accessible or will it require a crane for access?