When the times come for you to upgrade or replace your shingle roof, consider installing impact resistant shingles. This roofing material is designed specifically to protect homes from severe damage due to hail or other stormy weather events. These roofing systems can withstand up to 130 mph winds because there are six fasteners holding them onto the roof instead of just three. You can purchase an impact-resistant roof in a variety of styles, including 3 tab shingles, laminate shingles, steel shingles and even stone coated steel shingles. If you’re interested in hearing more about impact resistant shingles in Claremore, OK, contact the roofers at Capital Roofing, LLC at (918) 260-4075.
Benefits of Impact Resistant Shingles
Impact resistant shingles provide an additional benefit to homeowners besides great weather protection. That benefit is that insurance companies will often give discounts on homeowner’s insurance premiums after the impact resistant roof has been installed. The roof should be installed at a time when it makes the most sense. Your insurance company isn't likely to pay for a roof upgrade after your roof has already been damaged by a hailstorm. If you wish to install impact resistant shingles after a storm, you can do so, but you will nullify the claim you filed with the insurance companies. A a better option is to wait until your roof needs a full replacement or replace the roof as part of a summer home maintenance project. While installation of these shingles is not cheap, you could receive a full refund from the insurance savings in four to five years.
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If you would like more information about installing impact resistant shingles in Claremore, OK, call us at (918) 260-4075. Be sure to ask about the different classes of impact resistance, as Insurance companies give higher discounts for higher impact resistance. Not every impact resistant roofing system is ideal for every single roof, so be sure to discuss the options with a member of our roofing staff. We care about our community and we want to make sure that everyone has a safe, dependable roofing system.