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Old 11-28-2010, 08:25 PM   #1
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Low Temperature Shingles


I read in the paper recently about this new product, where the temperature could be 100F less than with regular shingles. Supposedly, these can also be used for roofs that are visible at street level.

http://www.certainteed.com/products/...esigner/317920

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100 degrees less? Than what?

It's an asphalt shingle with a different coating on the granules to meet energy star guidelines.


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100 degrees less? Than what?

It's an asphalt shingle with a different coating on the granules to meet energy star guidelines.
100F less than regular shingles, I assume during the summer at highest heat.
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