That's right: up to 130 miles per hour!
We at Curb Appeal Roofing Construction often use a product from Owens Corning called SureNail® Shingles. Why do we often use SureNail Shingles? Read on: you'll be impressed.
Owens Corning™ has developed a patented SureNail® Technology that provides exceptional wind resistance. SureNail® provides wind resistance at winds up to 130-MPH.
Curb Appeal Roofing Construction is one of the few Owens Corning Certified Installers in the entire state of Oklahoma! (put picture). In order to receive this designation, Curb Appeal must install all Owens Corning products according to THEIR high specifications. This ensures you receive their warranty on products installed.
Their breakthrough design features a tough, woven, engineered reinforcing fabric in the nailing area to promote easy, fast and consistent nail gun fastening.
SureNail® forms a unique “triple layer” of reinforcement, occuring when the fabric overlays the common bond of the shingle laminate layers. This results in excellent fastener holding power.
Owens Corning has developed an outstanding, enhanced adhesive which grips tightly to the engineered fabric nailing strip on the shingle below.
Owens Corning then formulated their shingles to have wide adhesive bands that help keep shingle layers laminated together.
33% fewer nails means fewer deck penetrations, providing maximum warranty protection if properly installed according to their specifications.
The Result for Oklahomans:
Exceptional wind resistance. This product resists uplift and wind speeds up to 130-MPH, if properly installed according to their specifications.
Now, you understand how important it is that Curb Appeal Roofing Construction has earned the designation of a Certified Installer. Not only does this keep your warranty intact, but their knowing how to properly install SureNail® means your roof is better protected in high winds and straight line winds. And, in Oklahoma, we know how important that is to all of us. We've all seen a lot of wind damage to roofs and buildings in prior years.