ARCHITECTURAL ROOF SHINGLES
Duration Series Roof Shingles
The purpose of your roof is to protect your home and shield you from the harsh weather that the Midwest can bring. These Owens Corning Duration roof shingles will armor your home with the best technology that the roofing industry can offer. With the brand new “SureNail” strip, these shingles use super-sealant technology that allow it to provide wind resistance of up to 130 mph, as well as an extended lifetime warranty. Duration shingles also come in a number of different styles and designer colors to give your house the aesthetically pleasing look you desire, as well as full-proof protection.
Berkshire Collection Roof Shingles
Looking to add a new and fresh look to your home? Your neighbors will be jealous when they see the elegant Berkshire Collection shingles on your home. These shingles offer the best in protection, as well as the unique style that will catch the eye of the neighborhood. With a 110/130 wind-resistance warranty, your roof will be looking great for years to come. The slate-like appearance of these shingles comes in multiple colors to give your home that unique touch you’ve been looking for.
THREE-TAB ROOF SHINGLES
Three tab roof shingles are a standard classic in the roofing industry. Our Owen’s Corning branded traditional 3 tab shingles provides your home or business with the durability needed to withstand the highest wind speeds and roughest snow storms. With all the necessary layers of the roof included this staple in the home improvement industry holds up with a 60 mph wind rating as well as a 20 year warranty. With over 10 shingle color selections Owen’s Corning 3 tab shingles is sure to not only protect your valued home, but look great as well.
3 tab shingles are one of the most sought after and popular types of roofing in the United States. These asphalt shingles work for a reason. They are well made and the warranties on them are outstanding. They protect homes while also giving them the look we are all so accustomed to.
These roofing shingles are put through a series of professional tests against the harshest conditions. Conditions in which most of the time do not actually occur when on a home. The shingle itself needs to consistently withstand these types of conditions in order for them to be given the stamp of approval to be put on any residential home.