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Looking for a versatile roofing solution? Consider asphalt roofing from our expert team. At Aucacama Construction LLC, we offer a range of design options, from classic styles to more modern alternatives. Our asphalt shingles are cost-effective without skimping on quality or energy efficiency. Plus, our team is dedicated to providing timely and professional installations.

Asphalt roofing

At Aucacama Constructin LLC, we offer a wide variety of asphalt shingles that can be customized to suit your needs. We have traditional 3-tab shingles that work with many home styles as well as dimensional and premium shingles available in multiple styles to add architectural interest to your home. Choose from our selection to find the perfect fit for your project.

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Types of Asphalt Shingles

Don't hesitate to reach out to us for our top-quality asphalt shingles. Our experienced roofing contractors know how to handle any type of roof. No matter how large or complicated, our asphalt shingles are designed to cover every angle and shape of your roof seamlessly. Contact us today for a free quote!


3 Tab

They are made out of 3 tabs on each shingle strip and they lay flat

premium shingles

Premium Shingles

They are larger than the regular shingles and they have an slate appearance



This type of shingle provides an attractive random pattern or mimics the look of a wood shake roof

Asphalt Shingles FAQs

How many years should a roof last? The average lifespan of a roof usually ranges between 25 to 50 years. However, a roof's life expectancy ultimately depends on the quality, durability and type of material chosen.

What is an asphalt shingle roof? An asphalt shingle roof is the most common type of roof you see on homes today. It’s a roof system made primarily out of asphalt shingles and other asphalt roofing components. There are three types of asphalt shingles to choose from: 3-tab, dimensional, and luxury. 3-tab asphalt shingles lay flat and get their name from the 3 tabs on each shingle strip. Dimensional shingles give you a good looking random pattern or simulate the look of a wood shake roof. Luxury or premium shingles are actually larger than the other asphalt shingles and are made to look like slate.

What are the 4 things to consider when designing a roof? Material. The type of material that you choose for your roofing system will have a major impact on its durability, physical appearance, longevity, and cost. Budget. Architecture. Color.

Is an asphalt roof the same as shingles? An asphalt roof is more than just the shingles you see from the street. It's a combination of different key roofing components and materials to ensure your home stays leak-free. While the asphalt shingles are the bulk of an asphalt roof, all the other roofing materials are just as important.

Are asphalt roofs slippery when wet? Shingle asphalt is hydrophobic — it repels water and stays slick. The water beads rather than soaks in, which is why your roof keeps you dry. That beaded water slides downhill to your gutters.

How do I know if my roof is unsafe? * The Roof Is Sagging. Any signs of sagging interior or exterior should be investigated promptly. * Leaks. * Doors and Windows That Stick or Won't Operate Properly. * Buckling or Cracked Ceilings. * Cracks in Masonry.

Can I put new shingles over old ones? If conditions are right, new shingles laid over old ones can be just as attractive and durable as shingles laid on bare sheathing. Installation is easier than for a tear-off job, since you can use the existing shingles as guides for laying the new ones

Is it better to have a lighter or darker colored shingle? Light shingles fair better in warmer weather, as light colors tend to deflect sunlight and keep your house cooler. Dark shingles are the opposite; they absorb heat, which makes them excellent for colder climates. They also tend to make snow melt much more quickly.

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