Asphalt Roofing for Midwest Homeowners
Asphalt roofing is one of the most popular roofing options in the Midwest, and no one knows this better than C&L Ward. Since 1972, we have been providing roof replacement and other remodeling services to homeowners throughout the region. When you choose us as your roofing contractor, you can expect a selection of top-of-the-line asphalt roofing options as well as expert installation services.
Owens Corning® Asphalt Roofing Options
At C&L Ward, we offer exceptional roofing systems from trusted manufacturers like Owens Corning. The asphalt roofing options we offer feature architectural shingles in a wide range of colors to suit your aesthetic preferences and enhance your home’s curb appeal. Owens Corning asphalt roofing also features a Total Protection Roofing System® that seals out water, defends against the elements, and allows for proper attic ventilation, all which ensures your home will remain protected for years to come.
C&L Ward Is a Platinum Preferred Roofing Contractor
Your roof is only as good as the installation, and you can expect nothing but the best installation services from C&L Ward. We are proud to be an Owens Corning Platinum Preferred Contractor, a status held by only 1 percent of roofing contractors across the nation. We don’t cut any corners with your roof replacement, and because of our thorough installation process, we’re able to offer you Owens Corning’s exclusive 50-year warranty.
Our installation includes a complete tear-off of the old roof, a roof deck inspection, any necessary repairs, insulation, and precise installation of each component of your new roof. We also offer additional services such as skylight installation and new gutters to provide you with complete roofing services for your home.
Contact C&L Ward today or stop by one of our showrooms to learn more about the asphalt roofing options we offer and install for homeowners in the Midwest.
* At this time, C&L Ward only offers roofing services to residents based in Michigan.
Total Protection Roofing System
Click through the interactive guide to better understand how a complete roofing system works together to protect your home.
Colors and Shape
Design a look you’ll love.
Shopping for new shingles is the perfect opportunity to increase the curb appeal of your entire home. Your roof can make up more than half of your home’s exterior so it should complement your home’s architectural style and exterior color scheme.
As you browse your shingle choices, think about how the look of your new roof could improve upon the roof you have now.
- Should you choose a different color? Consider the look of your home’s exterior. A new shingle color could bring your look together or even inspire a new palette.
- Have you seen the granules? Owens Corning shingles get their rich color from a combination of colored granules. Using the colors of these granules, you can coordinate all of your home’s exterior elements – the paint, siding, brick or stone. Click here to see the impact that Duration® Series Shingles Designer Colors Collection can make on your home’s aesthetics and perceived value.
- Do you need more dimension? If your home’s exterior is monochromatic, think about adding shingles that appear thicker and give your roof a rich, textured look. For homes that already have a detailed exterior, you could choose softer, more muted shingles. Owens Corning offers a variety of roofing shingles that carry a unique combination of these characteristics.
Possible Color Choices
Shingle color isn’t the only factor that affects the look of your house. The shingle style you choose also impacts curb appeal.
If you’re really into color, the Duration® Series Shingles Designer Colors Collection is the ideal Architectural shingle for you – offering dimensional tone and texture that work beautifully with a variety of color palettes.
If you prefer a more consistent, smooth look to your roof, your best bets are Supreme® or Classic® Traditional three-tab shingles.
Click here to browse all Owens Corning shingles on their site.
Proper planning and knowing what you want can head off a lot of potential problems and delays – whether you need a new roof or just some repairs. Let’s look at common considerations in new roof projects and significant roof repair.
Consider your performance needs
Durability, expected life span, and resistance to wind and algae growth are all important considerations in the selection of your new shingles. Your climate – annual rainfall, relative humidity, typical wind conditions and storms, etc. – impacts the importance of these features.