Impact Resistant Roofing Denver

Ramos Roofing offers Impact Resistant Roofing Shingle products to homeowners in the Denver metro and Front Range areas.

Impact Resistant Roofing Shingles and Material are becoming an important and popular option for residential and commercial building roofing systems.

Colorado is subject to hail, wind, and water storms that can cause significant damage to roof materials. Ramos Roofing feels Impact Resistant Roofing can be highly valuable to homeowners looking for a roofing product that protects their homes during fierce storms.

Impact Resistant shingle roofing products are designed to resist damage from impact and high winds. Impact Resistant shingle roofing products meet the highly stringent standards for impact resistance (Class 4) set by Underwriters Laboratories (UL), and wind resistance set by UL and the American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM International).

Approved Class 4 Asphalt Composition Products (State Farm)

Atlas Roofing Corp.
New Mod 90 UL Class 4
New Stormaster LM UL Class 4
New StormMaster Slate UL Class 4
New StormMaster ST UL Class 4

Certainteed Corporation
New Cedar Crest IR UL Class 4
New Highland Slate IR UL Class 4
New Landmark 40-IR, Wide Track QB UL Class 4
New Landmark Solaris Accessory IR UL Class 4
New LandMark Solaris IR UL Class 4
New Landmark Special UL Class 4
New Landmark TL IR UL Class 4
New Landmark TL IR AR UL Class 4
New Landmark TL Ultimate UL Class 4
New Presidential Shake IR UL Class 4
New Symphony Slate UL Class 4
New XT-30-IR UL Class 4

ELK Corp
New Prestique Xtra UL Class 4
New Prestique Xtra UL Class 4
New Timberline ArmorShield II UL Class 4

GAF Materials Corp
New Seal-A-Ridge ArmorShield UL Class 4
New Timberline ArmorShield II UL Class 4
New Camlot Impact Resistant IR UL Class 4
New Capstone Impact Resistant IR UL Class 4
New Grand Sequoia Impact Resistant IR UL Class 4
New Timberline ArmorShield UL Class 4
New Timberline ArmorShield II UL Class 4

IKO Industries Ltd.
New Armourshake UL Class 4
New Crowne Slate FM Class 4
New Grandeur UL Class 4

Malarkey Roofing Co.
New Alaskan UL Class 4
New Ecoasis Premium UL Class 4
New Hurricane UL Class 4
New Legacy UL Class 4
New Legacy AB UL Class 4

Owens Corning Mfr
New WeatherGuard HP UL Class 4

How do you define an impact-resistant roof? What kind of test will provide consumers with credible information upon which to make buying decisions? How much resistance do roofing materials lose as they age?

Despite research conducted over a number of years, it wasn’t until 1996 that a testing standard (UL 2218) was developed to grade the impact resistance of roofing materials. This was a joint effort by the State Farm-supported Institute for Business and Home Safety (IBHS) and Underwriters Laboratories, Inc. (UL). The test uses four sizes of steel balls, ranging from one-and-one-quarter inches to two inches in diameter, to replicate four sizes of hailstones. These balls are dropped from various heights to replicate various speeds of impact. Damage is measured on a scale of 1 (least resistant) to 4 (most resistant).

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We offer the best Impact Resistant Roofing servicesĀ in Adams, Arapahoe, Boulder, Broomfield, Denver, Douglas, El Paso, Jefferson, Larimer, and Weld Counties in Colorado. See our Roofing Service Areas.

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