Trust Northwind Exteriors for unsurpassed quality in shingle roofing, We guarantee outstanding quality and workmanship, using the highest grade materials from leading manufacturers. Our high-quality “architectural” and composite shingle roofing can be the upgrade you’re looking for to set your property apart from the rest! Architectural shingles include those which are formed to resemble various textures including wood and stone. These special shingles are thicker, which adds to their longevity and resilience under the harsh weather conditions common to Illinois and Wisconsin.
If you love the look of cedar shake, there’s no reason to shy away from it. Whether you’re building a new home or replacing an existing shake roof, Davinci eliminates the pesky concerns of ongoing maintenance and lets your heart get precisely what it wants. Thick construction, deep grooves, and realistic grain patterns combine to create dramatic shadows and visual richness.
DaVinci products are modeled from actual slate for natural, non-repeating beauty. Realistic chisel marks add a hand-crafted finishing touch. Davinci offers the beauty of natural slate in three different tile options, giving you the ability to meet your aesthetic vision as well as respect your budget.
Architectural shingles and standard asphalt shingles can both be energy efficient, depending on various factors such as the quality and thickness of the shingles, the type of roof they are installed on, and the overall energy efficiency of the building. Architectural shingles are a type of asphalt shingle that’s designed to provide a more attractive and durable roofing solution. Architectural shingles are made with multiple layers of asphalt and have a more textured and dimensional appearance than standard asphalt shingles. Another advantage of Northwind Exteriors’ architectural shingles is that they may be more resistant to wind and weather damage, which can help reduce the long-term energy costs associated with maintaining and repairing a roof. In addition, architectural shingles may be more effective at reflecting sunlight.