Class 4 Roofing Shingles


Do you know how the shingles on your home would hold up under a really bad storm? Many homeowners worry if the shingles on their homes would survive through extreme weather. In extreme weather, most shingles would have damage on both sides of the shingle from such an impact. class-4-roofing-shingles

Class 4 Roofing Shingles were actually tested by dropping a steel ball onto the shingles. The UL 2218 impact test was developed in conjunction with insurance industry leaders for the highest rating.

Would your current roof’s shingles survive that kind of impact? Unless you already have Class 4 impact resistance shingles installed on your home, then the answer is no, they probably wouldn’t. Why is that an important factor to your roof? Please read on.

Class 4 Roofing Shingles Provides Added Protection

Class 4 roofing shingles weather the storm with the added impact resistance, these shingles offer a level of added protection that you will want for the life of your roof. These impact-resistant, beautiful shingles have been specially engineered to face some of the worst storms and extreme weather and still look their best. They come in a variety of colors and styles so you will be able to find the right shingles that will display your home.

Class 4 Roofing Shingles Are Beneficial:

  • Class 4 Roofing Shingles have extended warranties.
  • They meet the highest standards for impact resistance – UL 2218, Class 4.
  • May qualify homeowners for a premium discount from their insurance company+
  • Class 4 Roofing Shingles may be algae resistant depending where you live.

+ Homeowners should check with their insurance company to see if they qualify. According to Texas Department of Insurance, to qualify for the credit, roof coverings must be tested by an approved laboratory. Roof coverings that have passed the UL Standard 2218 test are classified as either Class 1, 2, 3, or 4. A Class 4 roof covering receives the highest premium credit.

Northwest Roofing serves the communities of Fort Worth, Bedford, Boyd, Decatur, Euless, Grand Prairie, Haltom City, Haslet, Hurst, Keller, Lake Worth, North Richland Hills, Rhome, Richland Hills, Roanoke, Saginaw and Watauga as well as Wise County and Tarrant County. Contact us today for an estimate.

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