Composite roof shingles
Here at RNR, we are proud to offer Malarkey composite roof shingles, a premium roofing product that combines durability, aesthetics, and energy efficiency. Malarkey shingles are made from advanced polymer modified asphalt and fiberglass materials, making them resistant to extreme weather conditions such as wind, hail, and fire. They also come in a wide range of colors and styles, allowing homeowners to match their shingles with their home’s exterior. In addition to their durability and aesthetics, Malarkey shingles have been designed to improve energy efficiency and reduce heat transfer, helping homeowners save on energy costs. With our selection of Malarkey composite roof shingles, you can be confident that your home is protected by the best in the roofing industry.
Financing for your composition roof
RNR Solar offers 100% financing through our collaborative partnership with MOSAIC, SALAL Credit Union and more.
Some of our past roof projects
Gallery of our recent composition roof projects in the Inland Empire, California.
"Couldn't be happier!"
“I was dreading having my house re-roofed, but it needed to be done. I got bids from two other companies before I contacted RNR Solar. Owner Gregg Miller visited my home and spent almost two hours with me, explaining the process, various product options, and costs. He was friendly and thorough. And candid. He told me from the outset, “I won’t be the lowest bid but I won’t be the highest bid.” I ended up choosing RNR because of Gregg’s candor, and the fact that he has a 30-year track record on the mountain. He crew was timely, professional, and fast. Gregg estimated the job would take two-and-a-half days. They were all done by 10 a.m. the third day. I couldn’t be happier with the job they did. Highly recommended.“
FAQs about composition roofs
Composite roof shingles are made from a mixture of materials such as asphalt, fiberglass, and mineral granules. They are designed to provide durability, affordability, and aesthetics to residential roofing systems.
The lifespan of composite roof shingles varies depending on the quality and thickness of the shingle, but typically ranges from 20-50 years.
Yes, composite roof shingles are designed to withstand a range of weather conditions, including wind, hail, and fire. They are also resistant to algae and mold growth.
Yes, composite roof shingles come in a variety of colors and styles, allowing homeowners to customize the look of their roof to match their home's exterior.
Yes, some composite roof shingles are designed to improve energy efficiency and reduce heat transfer, helping homeowners save on energy costs.
Regular maintenance, such as cleaning debris from the roof and inspecting for damage, can help prolong the life of your composite roof shingles. It is also recommended to have a professional roofer inspect your roof periodically.
It is recommended to hire a professional roofer to install your composite roof shingles to ensure proper installation and to prevent potential issues such as leaks or damage to the roof.
Composite roof shingles are a popular choice for residential roofing because of their durability, affordability, and variety of styles and colors. They are often compared to traditional asphalt shingles and are generally considered to be a superior option. Other roofing materials, such as metal or tile, may provide different benefits and costs.