What is a Class 2 shingle?
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Also to know is, what is a Class 3 shingle?
These shingles are found on roofs throughout our region. The class 3 shingle is tested with a 1-3/4” steel ball and dropped from a height of 17 feet. You'll find that the shingle on your home may be a class 3 shingle. These are commonly found to have approximately a 30 year limited lifetime offering.
Additionally, what is the best class 4 shingle? One of the best Class 4 shingles on the market are CeDUR Roofing Shakes synthetic wood shakes. Their product mimics the beauty and uniqueness of real cedar shakes, but is much more durable.
Similarly one may ask, what is a Class A shingle?
Class A is the highest rating, offering the highest resistance to fire, and unrated is the worst. Examples of a Class A roof covering include concrete or clay roof tiles, fiberglass asphalt composition shingles and metal roofs. An example of an unrated covering is an untreated wood shake roof.
What are the different grades of shingles?
Residential asphalt shingles are available in three profiles: 3-Tab (basic and least costly), Laminated (Architectural or Dimensional), and Premium. Whether you have a contemporary or traditional style home, you can choose an asphalt shingles option that will be a good match.