Asked by: Javi Guzzetti
asked in category: General Last Updated: 14th February, 2020

How long will 50 year shingles last?

Your roof's life depends on its materials.
Most homes have asphalt or composite shingles. These last about 20 years, but the premium brands can go up to 50. Fiber cement will give you about 25 years. And architectural asphalt, which is thicker, holds for about 30 years, as does cedar shake.

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Also know, are 50 year shingles worth the money?

It's one of the most common questions people ask when it's time to replace their roof: Are 50-year shingles worth the money? And like most questions, our answer is simple. In most cases, 50-year shingles won't improve on resale value of a home over 25- or 30-year shingles.

Subsequently, question is, how long do lifetime shingles last? Typically, the lifespan of a shingle roof is around 20 years, although some general repair work can be expected. However, homeowners can now take advantage of our new lifetime shingle, which comes with a limited 50-year warranty.

Then, how long do 40 year shingles really last?

Shingles Do Not Have a Guarantee Shingles come in various classes of lifetime guarantee. For example, you have the 30-year shingle, the 25-year, the 40-year, and lifetime – the manufacturers manufacture them in those segments. The truth is, a 30-year shingle will not really last 30 years.

What are the longest lasting shingles?

The longest-lasting shingles on the market are laminated shingles with a lifetime warranty and fall into two categories: dimensional shingles, which have a standard architectural shingle pattern) and “luxury” shingles, which do a better job of approximating the appearance of shakes or slate shingles.

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