Quick Answer to "Composite Roofing vs. Asphalt Shingle Roofing":

There is no difference!

This church in Seattle has a mixed low-slope composite shingles and TPO flat roof combination. We were very happy and thankful to help the church with a new roof and provide the congregation has a dry place to worship.

Extended Answer to "Composite Roofing vs. Asphalt Shingle Roofing":

Composite Roofing = Asphalt Shingle Roofing

When it comes to Composite Roofing vs. Asphalt Shingle Roofing, Composite roofing and asphalt shingle roofing are synonymous. They reference the same thing: Roofing or a roof assembled with strong and durable shingles made of asphalt, fiberglass, and ceramic granules. Some people call it composite roofing and some call it asphalt shingle roofing.

The best two manufacturers we have found are CertainTeed and Malarkey Roofing Products.

Three Tree Roofing is Composite Roofing Manufacturer Certified

We have gone through extensive training with each manufacturer. This included comprehensive background checks and audits. Through these processes, we earned manufacturer certifications from our roofing material suppliers. In addition to the Three Tree Roofing Warranty, our customers receive a manufacturer backed warranty. This includes all of our workmanship. You are double covered by us and by the manufacturer!

We hope this article helps you better understand the differences between composite roofing and asphalt shingle roofing. Click here to see our next post "Composite Roofing vs. Cedar Shake Shingle Roofing" - Part 7 of our 8 Part series on "5 Different Types of Roofs: Composite Roofing".