A new technology for residential roofing is impact resistant roofing shingles. At All States Exteriors, we recommend this roofing as a good roofing option for homes in Wichita, KS, Leawood, KS, and Overland Park, KS, due to the amount of damaging hail we experience in this area.
A significant portion of the $8 billion in wind and hail damage between 1991 and 1995 was roof damage. Hail poses a substantial threat to asphalt shingles and may result in granule loss, material loss at the edges of the shingles, and penetration. We offer fast and reliable roofing repair and roof replacement services to restore your roof and protect your home.
You want your new roof to look great and compliment the style of your home, but your choice of roofing materials can also make a big difference in protecting your home from damage. Our impact resistant roofing materials are designed to resist strong winds and flying debris. The shingles meet the standards set by Underwriters Laboratories for impact resistance and wind resistance.
Impact resistant asphalt shingles are manufactured by several companies. Although the manufacturers use unique proprietary methods to keep granules attached and prevent breakage, they are all designed to resist damage from debris flying in the wind and hail. The design is intended to prevent shingles from being lost and protecting your home through the storm.
The roofing materials used for impact resistance have earned a Class 4 rating from UL, which indicates the highest level of resistance to hail damage. We provide roofing repair and installation services in Wichita, KS, Leawood, KS, and Overland Park, KS. You may even save money when you install these roofs because some insurance companies offer discounts for roofing products with a Class 4 Rating.
To learn more about our windows, siding, doors, gutters, decks and roofing, call us at (316) 444-1220 in Wichita and (913) 800-5211 in Kansas City. Fill out our convenient request an estimate form, or stop by either of our local showrooms to schedule a free, no obligation consultation.