Getting the color and shape of shingle you always wanted is a great way to express your individual personality and add real value. Plus, if you have a leak, ignoring it can only get worse and could result in interior damage or even mold or roof deck rot.
When you buy Owens Corning™ Roofing Shingles, you can rest assured that their commitment to quality is of the highest importance. Owens Corning shingles undergo extensive testing to ensure they meet industry standards and certifications for roofing in Walpole, Franklin, and surrounding areas. This means you can feel good about your roofing investment. In addition, their products will delight you with their beauty, and provide you with a confidence that your home is protected, today and tomorrow. Why?
Owens Corning has had a history of innovation… since 1938. Besides other industry-changing innovations such as their Fiberglas® fibers, which played an important role in transforming many markets such as automotive, recreational, and building materials, and their famous PINK™ Insulation, found in thousands of homes today… Owens Corning developed and commercialized the fiberglass-reinforced asphalt shingle, a product that lasts longer than the shingles previously made with an organic substrate.
You see, a stronger fiberglass mat helps the factories that make shingles operate more efficiently, and since glass fibers don’t absorb moisture, the shingles perform better on roofing in Medway, Mansfield, and surrounding areas. A shingle system with fiberglass substrate can achieve a Class- A fire rating.
Also, Owens Corning’s first fiberglass shingle patent was attained in 1965, which helped convert the old organic shingle marketplace throughout the 1980’s. Today, the fiberglass and asphalt composition of roofing shingles plays a crucial role in the durability and performance of all asphalt shingles.
Owens Corning processes asphalt under the Trumbull® brand for low-slope built-up roofing used on commercial buildings. An innovative Owens Corning product, TruLo® Max Asphalt incorporates low-fuming, low-odor dual technology to reduce job-site emissions and odors. To develop the product, the company added a technologically advanced polymer that creates a skin to trap fumes and odor inside the asphalt kettle.