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Asphalt Shingle Roofing

Asphalt Shingle Roofing

Asphalt shingle roofing is one of the most common and popular roofing materials used in residential and commercial construction. It is known for its affordability, ease of installation, and a variety of style and color options.

Asphalt shingle roofing is a popular choice for its affordability and versatility in terms of design options. It’s important to choose the right type of shingles and have them properly installed to maximize their lifespan and performance. Regular maintenance and occasional repairs can help extend the life of an asphalt shingle roof.

Asphalt Shingle Roof Installation
An asphalt shingle roof project underway. Note how we protect the windows of the home.

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Benefits of Malarkey Asphalt Shingles

Lasts Longer – Granules are a shingle’s primary line of defense. Polymer rubberization enhances asphalt’s natural thermo-cycling resilience and grip, resulting in up to 65%
greater granule adhesion than the ASTM standard (D3462), and longer product life.

Reduces Air Pollution – 3M™ Smog-Reducing Granules harness sunlight to photocatalytically convert smog (NO, NO2) into water-soluble ions (NO3), actively reducing air pollution.
Each average-size roof has the smog-fighting potential of 2 or more trees.

Upcycles Tires & Plastics – Polymers from recycled tires and plastic bottles improve shingle strength and durability while reducing landfill waste. Anti-aging technology inherent in these materials adds even more protection from damaging UV sunlight. Each average-size roof diverts the equivalent of 5 rubber tires and 350 plastic milk jugs from the landfill.

Cools Roof – Roof-cooling colors reflect the sun’s rays to help reduce solar heat entering the home, supporting efforts by the Cool Roof Rating Council (CRRC) to conserve energy.

Cleaner Manufacturing – NEX® Technology results in much lower emissions than the highly-pollutive oxidation process used to make traditional shingles.