Lehigh Gap is the trusted roofing expert. Our licensed and insured roofing & siding team is Owens Corning Preferred and selected for their superior craftsmanship and expertise. We know that installing a new roof or siding can be a complicated task. That’s why we help you through the entire process and we take the time to answer all your questions.
Whether you’re faced with an urgent need for a new roof or you have more time react to a roofing project, we want to help.
We use only the best roofing materials from Owens Corning in order to ensure a quality installation every time, guaranteed. Our expert roofing & siding team understands that your project will last for generations and every detail must be done correctly the first time. All our roofing installations come with a Preferred Protection warranty From Owens Corning to protect both the materials and the labor so you can rest assured that your investment is safe.
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Available on all Owens Corning™ Duration® Series Shingles, patented SureNail® Technology offers the following features:
Breakthrough design features a tough, woven, engineered reinforcing fabric in the nailing area to promote easy, fast and consistent nail gun fastening.
Triple Layer Protection® from a unique “triple layer” of reinforcement that occurs when the fabric overlays the common bond of the shingle laminate layers, resulting in excellent fastener holding power.
Outstanding adhesion from our enhanced Tru-Bond®† sealant, which grips tightly to
Excellent adhesive power due to specially formulated wide adhesive bands that help keep shingle layers laminated together.
Exceptional wind resistance that delivers 130-MPH* wind warranty performance with only four nails. Requires 33% fewer nails for maximum warranty protection**, which can mean fewer deck penetrations.