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How to Choose the Right Roofing Material for Your Home: F-Wave REVIA Roofing Shingles

All About F-Wave REVIA Roofing 

If you are in the market for a new roof, you will want to consider your roofing material options carefully. In Colorado Springs, it’s important to choose a roofing material that is durable enough to withstand hail and other elements. In this part of our series, we will explore the pros and cons of F-Wave REVIA roofing. 

What is F-Wave REVIA Roofing? 

An F-Wave REVIA roof is a lightweight synthetic composite material made of industrial grade thermoplastic polymers. These shingles do not contain asphalt, paint, or granules. This type of roofing is weather-resistant, low maintenance, and extremely durable. It comes in styles not offered by asphalt shingles. With this type of roof, you can get the look of slate or hand-split cedar shake shingles. 

How Does the Cost of F-Wave REVIA Compare to Other Materials?  

The cost of an F-Wave REVIA roof is comparable to that of a stone coated steel roof. Both roof types are long-lasting, and the initial cost of installation is higher than that of other materials.

How Long Will an F-Wave REVIA Roof Last?  

Just like a stone coated steel roof, an F-Wave REVIA roof is built to outlast a standard asphalt shingle roof. In addition to the 50-year warranty, this UL2218 Class 4 impact rated material comes with a 5-year hail damage warranty. REVIA roofs also have a Class A fire rating and are rated to withstand 130 mph winds. This roofing product lasts because of its superior tear-resistance, and because it doesn’t get brittle, delaminate, or lose granules over time. If you are tired of having to replace your roof every 1-2 years due to hail, consider a REVIA roof.  

Although this company has only been in business since 2015, thousands of REVIA roofs have been installed in Colorado with great success. Below is a photo of a REVIA roof that withstood the August 6, 2018 hailstorm that devastated the 80906 area in Colorado Springs.

When replacing your roof, an F-Wave REVIA roof is a strong and long-lasting product option to consider. While this type of roofing may not be the least expensive, its durability can prevent you from replacing your roof frequently. F-Wave’s 5-year hail warranty is something that not many other roofing manufacturers offer.