Replacing roofing materials is usually a necessity, not a luxury. The professional installers at MTB Windows and More know this, and try to alleviate the feeling of being under pressure to protect the home by ensuring a high-quality, long-lasting final product.
The installers use one of the best roofing materials on the market – the GAF Shingle System. The System includes a high-quality underlayment for added protection between the wood sheathing and the shingles and a 6-nail shingle system. This 6-nail pattern allows MTB and GAF to offer a lifetime warranty to withstand winds of up to 130 miles per hour.
No More Ugly Roof Stains
Another great advantage of the GAF Shingle System is that it is fungus-resistant. The black streaks often seen on rooftops around the Hagerstown, MD/Tri-State area will not appear on the GAF Shingles like on other brands that are not fungus-resistant. This discoloration, usually algae, can penetrate inferior shingles and cause decay of the product from within. And while algae can still form on tree sap and other natural elements that fall on a roof, GAF manufacturing techniques ensures that it stays on the surface of the shingle. Thus it can be pressured washed away with no damage.
Highest-Quality Roofing Products
The GAF Shingles used by MTB come from the relatively-local GAF plant in Myerstown, PA. The significance is not so much about locale, but that this is GAF’s most up-to-date plant, ensuring the highest-quality product made by the company is the one going on your roof.
More details about GAF Shingle products can be found on the company’s website at http://www.gaf.com.
The professional roofers at MTB are specifically trained on the proper installation of the GAF Shingle System. While many companies may claim to have expert installers, MTB makes sure that each employee has the proper education offered by the manufacturer of the products we sell. What better trainer could there be than those who represent the line of products being sold.
For custom home building or major addition work, visit our parent company’s website (Mt. Tabor Builders, Inc.).