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…Read More
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…Read More
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…Read More
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…Read More
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…Read More
Does Affordable Remodelers offer Algae Resistant roofing shingles?
Yes, Affordable Remodelers does offer several roofing shingles which provide reliable Algae Resistance to ensure the beauty of the roof. For information regarding a specific shingle’s Algae Resistance, please contact…Read More
What is a ”square”?
A square is construction terminology for 100 square feet of coverage. (10´ x 10´)Read More
What are ”architectural” or “dimensional” shingles?
“Architectural” generally means the shingle has a three dimensional design and construction. I.E. – more than one thickness to provide enhanced aesthetic appeal.Read More
Should I cover my turbines and roof vents in the winter?
No. Even in the winter, there is a need for proper airflow. Although the winter temperatures do not create heat build-up in the attic space, there is a need to…Read More
Should I be concerned about leaves and pine straw buildup on my roof?
Yes, as dirt and debris (leaves, pine straw, limbs etc.) can hold moisture on the roof, you need to periodically check the roof and remove any buildup of debris, being…Read More