Do any shingles qualify for an energy tax credit?

Affordable Remodelers does not manufacture any shingles that currently qualify for the energy tax credit. We continue to explore cool roof technologies as they relate to asphalt shingles; however our current product offerings do not provide a solution that will qualify under the current energy tax credit requirements.

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What is the Warranty coverage for new shingles?

Wind Warranty coverage states the wind speed level to which shingles are exposed to high winds and are covered in the Atlas Shingle Limited Warranty to perform as designed. Wind Testing refers to the actual levels of wind speeds which Atlas’ asphalt shingles have been exposed to during certified testing procedures in certified testing laboratories…

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What is an Impact Resistant Shingle?

Impact resistant shingles can withstand impacts from flying objects to a much greater extent than a common asphalt shingle. The impact resistant rating system ranks shingles’ resistance to impact into 4 levels – 1 through 4, with Class 4 as the highest rating level to impact resistance. The Atlas, the StormMaster series of asphalt shingles…

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What is “synthetic” underlayment?

A synthetic underlayment is a fully man-made category of roof covering underlayments. The primary advantages of a product like the Atlas, Summit Synthetic underlayment are that it can be left exposed to the elements for up to 6 months, it is much stronger to resist wind effects during the exposure time, has great walking traction…

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What is ice/water shield underlayment?

A Peel and Stick” underlayment is a self-adhering underlayment sheet used to waterproof critical areas on the roof deck. For example, the Atlas WeatherMaster line of peel and stick underlayments are all self-adhering and seal around all the fasteners driven through during the completion of the roof covering installation – kind of like a “drive…

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