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Introducing Decra Shingle Plus in Five New Colors



   Author: Heidi J. Ellsworth
Location: HJE Marketing


Corona, Calif. — Tasman Roofing Products, the manufacturer of DECRA® Roofing Systems introduces the DECRA Shingle Plus profile in five colors. Two of the five colors are new, Midnight Eclipse and Woodland Green and join Tasman’s three other popular shingle colors.

The colors complement the traditional look of the DECRA Shingle Plus. Adding wonderful appeal to traditional styled homes, the product appeals to those who prefer the look of heavy-cut wood shingles. The increased edge thickness of Shingle Plus provides greater dimensionality and a robust appearance.

According to Bo Hudson, President of Tasman, “Shingle Plus offers a strong alternative for architects and homeowners who are looking for a truly dimensional look for the roof. It adds tremendous curb appeal for any home or building. The new colors bring a modern look to the traditional style of the shingles. It is going to be a favorite of the architects.”

Roofing contractors will appreciate the versatile design of the Shingle Plus, as it can be installed with or without battens depending on the unique demands of the job site. Whether or not contractors are comfortable using battens, Shingle Plus offers them maximum flexibility during the installation process.

As with all DECRA profiles, Shingle Plus offers many of the benefits that have characterized other products for decades. Though it is made of a corrosion-resistant, aluminum-zinc alloy coated steel, it weighs a mere 1-1/2 pounds per square foot installed. The steel substrate is coated with acrylic stone chips that create a durable and attractive exterior in a variety of earth-tone colors. The result is a finish that commands a 50-year limited warranty, is trouble-free, and will not crack, break, warp, curl or split.

Shingle Plus is a durable product that offers a walkable, low-maintenance alternative to competing products. Its non-porous surface is freeze/thaw resistant in colder climates, and carries a Class A material rating that certifies it is noncombustible. It also maintains a 120 mph wind warranty and the highest rating from Underwriter Laboratories for impact resistance during hailstorms.

Tasman Roofing Inc. manufactures and markets DECRA Roofing Systems for a diverse range of residential and commercial projects throughout North America. Located in Corona, California since 1989, the company offers a variety of roofing products under the DECRA brand name. For more information about DECRA Roofing Systems, call 877-GO-DECRA or visit www.decra.com.


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