The Special Features of GAF Timberline® Armorshield II
Hailstorms are common in Colorado, and they can damage your home in various ways. To defend against this hazard, investing in upgrades can provide peace of mind. When your roofing system is already due for replacement, for instance, it's important to invest in a sturdier, long-lasting one.
As a GAF Master Elite roofing contractor, Colorado Roof Toppers has the perfect solution for your needs. We recommend the Timberline® Armorshield II shingles, which offer superior protection against hail and other harmful elements. Here's a closer look at their features:
Improved Impact Resistance
These shingles pass the UL 2218 test with a Class 4 rating, which is the highest grade possible for impact resistance. This means they don't easily sustain cracks or ruptures upon impact. In addition to sparing your home from extensive damage, they may also qualify for insurance discounts. This gives you the assurance that your home will remain safe during harsh conditions.
Excellent Wind Performance
High winds tend to be a problem in Colorado, so you'll need a roofing system that boasts excellent wind resistance to minimize the risk of blow-offs. Fortunately, Timberline Armorshield II shingles exhibit the highest rating for this category. They utilize Dura Grip adhesive to firmly secure every shingle. GAF guarantees them to stand up to wind gusts as high as 130 mph.
Thanks to their StainGuard® Protection, these shingles will remain beautiful through the years, even with minimal maintenance. They also come in a variety of colors to match your home's architectural style and design elements. With their impeccable durability and unique charm, they are sure to make your home's character shine.
Planning to invest in residential roof replacement? Colorado Roof Toppers has the proven expertise to help you make the most of it. We offer exceptional solutions to keep your home structurally sound all year round. Give us a call today at 720-378-1901 to get an estimate. We serve Fort Collins and adjacent areas in CO.
by Denise Bart September 04, 2017
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