Clay tile roofs are actually more stable and will last longer than either asphalt shingles or metal roofs. The ease of installation is significant with asphalt shingles. Metal roofs tend to be noisy and attract lightning. Tile roofs are heavy and need to have stronger roof framing. Metal roofing will take over by far as the world becomes more polluted by garbage and other useless crap. Look at metal, you can have it on your roof and when the roof needs to be replaced, it can be removed and recycled. And, there is no garbage going into the land fills and instead of paying the dumping fee you can have some one pay you for you scrap metal! Tile roofs are heavy so if you where to put this on a house that was not built to hold them you roof you could end up with a flat house! The popularity of composition roofing will surely fade, but it is probable that it will not be to the extent that the product will become extinct worldwide [at least within a century or two].j3h. My opinion: Roofs of the future will be one of three things: First is metal. I don't think it will be as popular as the person who wrote Answer 2 does, mainly because of expense. I used to sell roofing, and when I was in the business painted metal was over $100 per square. Compare that to under $50 for shingles, and you can see it's kind of a hard sell. It performs well if it is installed well. Two things I really like about metal roofing are that you can paint it, and that snow slides off it if the roof pitch is steep enough. Next will be "active" shingle roofs. Dow is developing a solar shingle--a shingle with a photovoltaic panel built into it. I also think someone will figure out a way to capture the solar heat collected by a shingle roof to use in water or space heating. If either comes to fruition, shingle will be even more popular than it is now. And finally, sprayed polyurethane foam roofs will become extremely popular because they insulate well and they're quick to apply.
Ask your doctor about where to get a shingles vaccine. It is growing in popularity in recent years, especially among older people, and may also be available in your local pharmacy.
You can't get internal shingles from the shingles vaccine.
Hello there! Shingles is a disease caused by a reactivated varicella-zoster virus, the one responsible for chickenpox and it belongs to the herpesvirus superfamily where all of them are DNA viruses. Thank you for the question! 😄
You probably won't get shingles after getting the shingles vaccine.
You can get shingles even if vaccinated for shingles. It is rare, but it will lessen the effects of shingles if you do get it.
No. Shingles is not contagious, but someone with shingles can give chicken pox or varicella to someone who has not had chicken pox before.
You probably do not need to take shingles shot after shingles. But then it is not contraindicated and you can take the same, any time after the attack of shingles.
You can get chickenpox, but not shingles, from someone with shingles. You can only get chickenpox from someone with shingles if you haven't had chickenpox or the vaccine before, and if you have direct contact with wet shingles blisters or sores.
A baby would get chickenpox and not shingles. Shingles is a reactivation of the virus that causes chickenpox.
Shingles vaccine protects you from the shingles for few years only.
You can't catch shingles from someone else who has shingles.
Genital shingles is on your genitals.
There is a vaccination for shingles.
sometimes shingles can be deadly it depends on where the shingles occur on one's body
You say shingles like, херпес зостер. :)
Yes, you can get shingles in the eye, but it's a different virus from the skin shingles,
26 shingles in a bundle of three tab asphalt shingles
Gloeocapsa is a type of photosynthetic bacteria that live on roof shingles. They are responsible for the black stain that covers the surfaces of roofs.
No, cats cannot catch shingles from humans. Shingles does not affect cats; it is only humans that suffer from shingles.
Shingles is caused by the chickenpox virus. You do not get shingles from someone with shingles; you get chickenpox from someone with shingles. Then when you get older, you will get shingles because you had chickenpox. Or, you might get older and never get chickenpox. In that case, you will thank your mother for having you vaccinated against chickenpox when you were a child.
You can get pregnant after having shingles.