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Asphalt shingles has been established as the benchmark of all roofing materials. It covers more than 80% of all homes around Massachusetts, Rhode Island and Southern New Hampshire. So if you are looking to get a new roof installed around MA, RI and NH there’s a high chance you’re look for an asphalt shingle roof. Here, at RS Roofing we provide a wide variety of shingles which you can choose from. While choosing the right material for your roof, there are few things to be considered like price, durability, type of property etc.

With a wide array of options, relative ease of installation and economical production, asphalt shingles are today’s most popular roofing material.  Their are many trusted U.S. and Canadian building-product manufacturers that market asphalt shingles, including GAF, CertainTeed and Owens Corning.

Trusted Since 2000, homeowners and commercial businesses have trusted RS Roofing Company and his specialized teams for all  exterior services. Many types of Roofing, Siding, new construction Windows and Replacement Windows, Retractable Awnings located in the Greater Boston area, Massachusetts.

Experienced in Shingle Roof Replacement & Repair:

RS Commercial Roofing has extensive experience with the installation, replacement and repair of asphalt shingle roofs.  RS Roofing is proud to offer CertainTeed shingles. RS installs hundreds of shingle roofs annually in the Metro West area, Rhode Island and Southern New Hampshire.

Asphalt shingles protect more homes in New England than any other roofing material.  Of all the different shingles styles, today’s architectural shingles are by far the most popular. Installed correctly, asphalt shingles are also the most cost-effective roofing system.



Effective and lasting roofs rely on advanced material technology and an “integrated systems approach” to protect what is likely your biggest asset— your home or business.


Roof leaks most commonly occur around roof protrusions, such as chimneys, skylights, plumbing exhaust pipes, and also at roof to wall junctions. Loose or missing shingles caused by storm damage or age deterioration can also be the source of leaks.


Commercial buildings and even many residential homes have roofs with slight or no pitch at all. Flat and low-pitched roofs are more susceptible to leaks because water, snow and ice do not easily shed off the roof.

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