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Reduce, Reroof, Recycle: Finding a Second Life for Asphalt Shingling

March 9, 2011 by · 1 Comment 

By Matt Baker

The most ubiquitous roofing style in the United States, topping roughly two thirds of residential roofs in the nation, is asphalt shingling. This is due to its low cost, easy installation and relatively long lifespan. These shingles are even more common in the northern, temperate regions of the nation where the reduced risk of thermal shock further lengthens their longevity.
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