Qualified Remodeler Magazine

JUL 2018

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Three colors for nature-inspired collection DAVINCI ROOFSCAPES launches its Nature Crafted Collection with three composite shake shingle colors: Aged Cedar, Mossy Cedar and Black Oak. Each color captures and reflects the aging processes found on real shake shingles. The composite tiles will not split, crack, curl or fade, and resist fire and impact, high winds, mod, algae, fungus and insects. Available on all the company's multi- and single-width shake composite roofing tiles, the roofing tiles come in wavy and straight grains throughout to achieve an authentic wood look. Circle 31 on inquiry card Shingle lines include 'sweet spot' ATLAS ROOFING introduces shingles with its HP42" technology, which makes the shingle a full 42 in. wide and 14 in. high. With a 1 ½-in. "sweet spot" nailing area with a FASTAC double sealant line to aid faster and more accurate installations, the HP42" format features a 6-in. exposure; a 7-course, zero-waste shingle offset; and a 130-mph wind limited warranty with a four-nail install. The shingle format is available for the Atlas StormMaster Shake and Pinnacle Pristine shingle lines. Circle 32 on inquiry card Roofing with reinforced nailing surface IKO 's roofing shingles feature ArmourZone, a 1 ¼-in. wide, reinforced nail- ing surface for correct nail placement supported by a tear-resistant band that provides even more fastening strength over a wider surface area of the shingle. Fasteners nailed above the common bond area, within ArmourZone, reduce the risk of callbacks resulting from the nail pull- ing through the shingles in high wind. As a result, shingles with the ArmourZone have been designed to resist winds up to 130 mph. Circle 30 on inquiry card Engineered slate, cedar achieve fine details PLY GEM Engineered Slate and Cedar Roofing shingles are designed from hand-selected, genuine slate and milled cedar. Through digitally-scanned molds, fine details that authentically replicate the look of natural shingles can be achieved. The Engineered Slate roofing is available in 12 authentic slate hues and preblended into four color families: Sagebrush, Brownstone, Pewter and Charcoal. Engineered Cedar is offered in preblended Weathered Gray and Weathered Brown. Each of the roofing includes a no fade guaran- tee for 10 years and a 50-year limited warranty that covers the first 10 years of labor. Circle 34 on inquiry card Metal roofing with Class 4 Impact Resistance Matterhorn Metal Roofing from CERTAINTEED is engineered from deep drawn steel and features a three-layer paint system that ensures colorfastness. Available in three architectural profiles—Shake, Slate and Tile—the metal roofing fits both residential and light commercial applications. The Clay profile comes in 2- and 4-course options with hidden fasteners. No additional struc- tural support is needed for the Slate profile (shown), while the Shake profile has a Class A Fire Rating. All are 100 percent recyclable, have Class 4 Impact Resistance and Cool Roof Rating Council-rated cool-roof color options available. Circle 35 on inquiry card Asphalt shingle with algae warranty MALARKEY ROOFING PRODUCTS ' Vista AR is a Nexgen polymer modified asphalt shingle with Class 3 impact resistance. Specially formulated asphalt sealants help hold the shingle in place during high winds and rain, and the shingle resists black streaks to maintain a roof's aesthetic appearance and includes a 12-year algae warranty. The Zone nailing area improves correct fastener application during installation. Eight colors are available, including natural wood (shown). The shingles come with a limited lifetime shingle warranty and 12-year Right Start Warranty. Circle 33 on inquiry card PRODUCTS 62 July 2018 QR QualifiedRemodeler.com Roofing

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