Wind Storm Damage
Wind storms can damage your roof and shingles, and if left unchecked can cause water damage to the interior of your home.
Keep in mind that even properly-installed shingles may incur some damage in a severe wind storm. But we also see of lot of roof damage from mild wind storms due to improperly nailed shingles. To undestand SureNail Technology watch the video below.
Available on all Owens Corning™ Duration® Series Shingles, patented SureNail® Technology offers the following features:
Breakthrough design features a tough, woven, engineered reinforcing fabric in the nailing area to promote easy, fast and consistent nail gun fastening.
Triple Layer Protection® from a unique “triple layer” of reinforcement that occurs when the fabric overlays the common bond of the shingle laminate layers, resulting in excellent fastener holding power.
Outstanding adhesion from our enhanced Tru-Bond®† sealant, which grips tightly to the engineered fabric nailing strip on the shingle below.
Excellent adhesive power due to specially formulated wide adhesive bands that help keep shingle layers laminated together.
Exceptional wind resistance that delivers 130-MPH* wind warranty performance with only four nails.
Requires 33% fewer nails for maximum warranty protection**, which can mean fewer deck penetrations.
* See actual warranty for complete details, limitations and requirements.** Where allowed by code.† Tru-Bond® sealant is a proprietary premium weathering-grade asphalt sealant that is blended by Owens Corning.†† This illustration depicts Triple Layer Protection® and the amount of Triple LayerProtection® may vary on a shingle-to-shingle basis.SureNail® Technology U.S. Patent #7,836,654 and other patents pending.
Learn how to properly install Owens Corning TruDefinition Duration Shingles.
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