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Shingles

Shingles, a versatile roofing material, redefine aesthetics and durability. Typically made of asphalt (Tar) which offer diverse styles to complement any architectural design. Asphalt shingles, the most common, provide cost-effective and weather-resistant solutions. Shingles offer ease of installation, making them a preferred choice for both residential and commercial roofing. Shingles combine functionality with aesthetics, ensuring reliable protection and enhancing the overall architectural character of a structure

Shingle sheets manufacturing

Asphalt (Tar) shingles, integral to roofing, undergo a meticulous manufacturing process. A base mat is saturated with asphalt(Tar), coated, and embedded with protective mineral granules. Cooling and precise cutting yield durable shingles, ensuring stringent quality standards. These asphalt shingles offer both weather resistance and aesthetic appeal for reliable roofing solutions
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Shingles Pergola

Upgrade your outdoor space with a Shingles Pergola, combining style and strength. These shingles create a beautiful and sturdy roof for your pergola. Enjoy nature in a stylish and protected setting, adding both charm and resilience to your outdoor experience.

These type of pergolas are recommended by architects and engineers for high rise buildings for windy areas.

Designing and customizing

Designing and customizing a Shingles pergola can create a beautiful and functional outdoor space. Customization options are endless, so feel free to get creative and make your Shingles pergola a unique and inviting space in your outdoor area based on
We are associated with expert architects who, can help with the design, customization, and ensure that the structure is safe and secure.

That sounds like a great project! Designing and customizing a Shingles pergola can create a beautiful and functional outdoor space. Here are a few suggestions to consider

Start by choosing high-quality Shingles that is durable and resistant to weather conditions
Decide on the overall design and shape of the pergola. You can go for a traditional rectangular shape with slope or get creative with curved or asymmetrical designs. Consider the size and layout of your outdoor space when determining the dimensions
Select a frame material that complements the Shingles and suits your style preferences. Popular options include aluminium, steel, or wood. Each material has its own aesthetic appeal and durability, so choose one that fits your needs.
Add personal touches to your pergola by incorporating features like built-in lighting and decorative elements
Ensure that the design meets safety standards and regulations. This includes proper anchoring to the ground, ensuring structural stability, and considering factors like wind load and heavy rainfalls
If you are not experienced in construction or design, it’s a good idea to consult with professionals or hire a contractor who specializes in pergola installations. They can help with the design, customization, and ensure that the structure is safe and secure