Hail damage accounts for many roof damages due to hailstorms. It is during these instances when impact-resistant shingles become very important. This is because hail damage can lead to an expensive insurance claim. Across the country, hail causes more than $1.6 billion in damage per year – just in roof damage – according to the Federal Alliance of Safe Homes. Furthermore, shingles can react differently when struck by hail. For example, hail damage to asphalt and composition shingles can look very different from hail damage to wood shingles. It is important to have impact resistant shingles installed by a qualified roofer to keep your home safe. Sundown Exteriors is such a contractor, and we're glad to help.
Timberline ArmorShield II and Grand Sequoia Impact-Resistant Shingles are provided by Sundown Exteriors, combining the beauty and the protection of UL 2218 Class 4 Impact Resistance, which represents passing the toughest impact tests. This means that the shingles show no evidence of cracks or ruptures on the front or back immediately after impact.