CertainTeed Landmark Impact Resistant
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  • CertainTeed Landmark Impact Resistant: Cumberland
  • CertainTeed Landmark Impact Resistant: Shenandoah
  • CertainTeed Landmark Impact Resistant: Burnt Sienna
  • CertainTeed Landmark Impact Resistant: Colonial Slate

  • CertainTeed Landmark Impact Resistant: Moire Black
  • CertainTeed Landmark Impact Resistant: Resawn Shake
  • CertainTeed Landmark Impact Resistant: Weathered Wood
  • CertainTeed Landmark Impact Resistant: Max Def Weathered Wood
  • Landmark Impact Resistant shingles have a tough reinforced fiberglass base, giving you a stylish home with a strong roof. Lifetime limited warranty against manufacturing defects on residential applications, plus ten-year SureStart™ Warranty (100% replacement and labor costs due to manufacturing defects).

    Shadow Lines & Random Tabs ... Patented color blending process gives your roof the classic shades and dimensional appearance of natural roofing materials. StreakFighter™ is a special formulation of embedded copper granules protects your roof for 10 years against straking and discoloration caused by algae.

    The UL 2218 Class 4 Impact Test ... drops a 2-inch steel ball from 20 feet onto a shingle to see whether the shingle cracks. The steel ball hits the shingle at 90mph, which is a stronger force than most hail that hits a roof. A typical shingle often has ruptures or cracks on the surface immediately after impact, but Class 4-rated shingles show no evidence of tears, cracks or ruptures on front or back. Potential insurance savings - may qualify for insurance discounts of up to 30% or more (check with your agent). Each shingle is labeled with special information that most hail insurers accept.

  • Landmark IR Brochure
  • Landmark IR Warranty
  • Installation Instructions
  • Impact Resistant Brochure
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