Triple-Layer Asphalt Shingle

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GAF Introduces Glenwood—the Industry’s Thickest Triple-Layer Asphalt Shingle

Triple Thick Shingle GAFGAF, North America’s largest roofing manufacturer, proudly announces the industry’s thickest triple-layer asphalt shingle. GAF’s new Glenwood™ Shingles offer all the natural beauty and dimensional look of real wood shakes, blending luxury and style with ultimate performance.

With ultra thickness and staggered exposure, Glenwood™ Shingles’ industry-leading triple-layer construction provides maximum dimensionality, resulting in a truly authentic wood-shake look – at a fraction of the cost of traditional wood shakes.

“Studies confirm that homeowners are looking for a way to differentiate their home, not only to distinguish themselves from their neighbors but also to make their home a reflection of their personal style. Offering your customers a premium Designer Shingle helps them ensure that their home will be distinguished from others around them,” stated Leslie Franklin, Director of Timberline® Shingles and Designer Shingles at GAF. “Glenwood™ Shingles provide a refreshed, authentic wood-shake look with the added benefits of enhanced fire safety and lower maintenance when compared to traditional wood shake.”

Unlike traditional wood shakes, Glenwood™ Shingles carry the highest fire rating—Class A from Underwriters Laboratories. Glenwood™ Shingles also offer StainGuard® protection to help ensure the beauty of customers’ roofs against unsightly blue-green algae,* as well as Dura Grip™ Adhesive to seal each shingle tightly and reduce the risk of shingle blow-off.

In addition, contractors who install Glenwood™ Shingles can give homeowners the ultimate peace of mind with a Lifetime ltd. transferable warranty with Smart Choice® Protection (non-prorated material and installation labor coverage) for the first ten years.*

* The word “Lifetime” refers to the length of coverage provided by the GAF Shingle & Accessory Ltd. Warranty (refer to the actual warranty for complete coverage and restrictions), and means as long as the original individual owner(s) of a single-family detached residence [or the second owner(s) in certain circumstances] owns the property where the shingles are installed. For owners/structures not meeting the above criteria, Lifetime coverage is not applicable.

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