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Old 12-26-2012, 10:46 PM   #16
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Certainteed,GAF and Tamko is my choice for materials in my region.
Between the GAF Timberline and CertainTeed Landmark permium which one is good.

And what is thd diffrence b/w CertainTeed Landmark permium and CertainTeed Landmark permium Pro.

What is slivers

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Between the GAF Timberline and CertainTeed Landmark permium which one is good.

And what is thd diffrence b/w CertainTeed Landmark permium and CertainTeed Landmark permium Pro.

What is slivers
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Of those, I prefer the Landmarks.

The Landmark Premium is a bit heavier than the Landmark Pro but they are supposedly phasing out the premium and it does not have as many colors.
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Of those, I prefer the Landmarks.

The Landmark Premium is a bit heavier than the Landmark Pro but they are supposedly phasing out the premium and it does not have as many colors.
Sorry about that.,.,I agree with Windows.

Your question What is slivers? Slivers are those little shreds of fiberglass that get stuck in your fingers.And lemme tell you they hurt.

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Sorry about that.,.,I agree with Windows.

Your question What is slivers? Slivers are those little shreds of fiberglass that get stuck in your fingers.And lemme tell you they hurt.
Thanks,
After reading all the post I'm also convinced that the Landmark is a better shingle. But the bad news is that it is not availbale around

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