We have now come to the new roof portion of our had tornado-must home improve show selecting roofing shingles edition.
Scope sheets and roofing materials lead the conversation of late around Places In The Home.
Performance, color, texture, pattern, and climate figure into the roofing shingle selection equation.
Durability, protection and ability to hold up to normal Louisiana weather (I don’t even want to think about hurricane season) is the first thing to consider when selecting roofing shingles.
The next thing is to consider is the style aspect- the color, texture and pattern play.
The exterior colors are not due for a color palette change anytime soon.
Based on our preferences I doubt there will be a dramatic shift in color choice when we do repaint.
Louisiana sun and humidity work against the longevity of a shingle’s color.
Dave has to continually remind me to take this fact under consideration in the color selection process.
Scroll back up to the top of the page and look at the roofs. See the streaked and darkening appearance of the shingles?
Humidity + Algae = Discoloration
Natural weathering comes with age and exposure to the elements, but our harsh weather conditions accelerate the appearance of aged wear.
I flipped over this Heirloom Brown (color) diamond (pattern) architectural shingle (texture).
Budget should be a four-letter word.
I know it makes me swear I will stay within ours.
For just that reason, I am choosing several options with budget friendly price points.
Curb appeal is returning, slowly but surely.