Midwest Roofing Services offers many many types of shingles that helps result in a safer, more protected home. One is the WeatherGuard HP Shingle with this type shingle the owner will experience the calm before and after the storm with a greater piece of mind. The WeatherGuard HP shingle are virtually impact-reisistant and are specially engineered to face some of Mother Nature's worst and still maintain looking their best. They have a best in class performance rating and can withstand up to 130 MPH winds. The WeatherGuard HP holds up under pressure and has achieved the highest rating Class 4 from the Underwriter Laboratories. The test for this type of rating determines the amount of stress a newly manufactured roofing shingle can withstand without cracking. Here is how it works
*Steel Balls of varying sizes are used to simulate the force of free falling hailstones
*Products are struck twice in the same spot to test impact resistance
*A class rating is assigned to signify resistance to a particular size steel ball. The higher the class rating, the greater the resistance.
Class 1 - a 1 1/4 " Steel ball
Class 2- a 1 1/2" Steel Ball
Class 3- a 1 3/4" Steel Ball
Class 4- a 2" Steel Ball
The WeatherGuard HP definitely holds up against the pressure with the Highest Rating of Class 4 and it has the beauty meant to last a lifetime. With a palette of 6 textures color blends and matching hip and ridge shingles this makes WeatherGuard HP Shingles very stylish. The patented composite construction with special adhesive helps retain the protective granules during sever weather and the spun-bound, impact resistant webbing at the shingle base helps achieve this superior performance. These type shingles give a new meaning to high performance and beauty. So Feel free to come into Midwest Roofing Services and ask to see a sample brochure of the WeatherGuard HP. This shingle will surely help you guard against the next storm and give you peace of mind.