Owens Corning Fiberglass Company was formed in 1935 through the merger of Owens-Illinois and Corning Glass Works. It became a separate company in 1938 with its headquarters established in Toledo, Ohio. In 1938, the company sales reached $2.6 million. Today Owens Corning has achieved sales exceeding $7 billion.
A premium shingle without a huge price tag. Equipped with 18 color variations and Owens Corning's patented Sure Nail Technology. This is easily one of our favorite offerings, quality product, great wind resistance and looks great installed.
The days of felt that can warp, crack and degrade are gone. In steps Rhino Roofing. O.C. acquired Interwrap due to their great synthetic underlayment technology. Lays flat, UV resistant, impervious to mold and will not absorb water.
It is an honor to be a Platinum Preferred Contractor with Owens Corning, but the benefits are not just ours. As a Platinum Preferred Contractor, we are able to offer extended warranties that go above and beyond what Owens Corning offers normally. We can can offer warranties that have our workmanship backed by Owens Corning themselves.
Years ago, after a large hail event in parker, we were inspecting a series of properties and came across a roof that looked much like all the others we looked at. It had severe hail damage. Oddly enough, the patio roof had a flat roof material called Modified Bitumen or SBS modified. The patio roof had no hail damage! Owens Corning engineers have finally incorperated SBS modifed material into a shingle and out of the lab a proprietary formula was created, called the "FLEX". A step above previous Impact Resistant Shingles.
Owens Corning is always innovating and these shingles are no different. Built with the same technologies as the Duration Shingles, but with double the granule blend colors to achieve the Designer Color Series Shingle. For multiple years in a row, Black Sable, Pacific Wave & Sand Dune have won shingle color of the year. If you are looking to break the mold of dull shingle colors and add some bold and vibrant colors to your roof, these might just be your answer.
As a contractor, what is good for the customer is good for us. The front range can has various areas that have particularly high winds. Shingles are most susceptible to blow off after installation, prior to the seal activation by heat. Owens Corning has an answer to that problem. Sure Nail technology is a proprietary woven cloth nailing strip that is highly visible for installers and provides excellent gripping power and tear resistance.