Landmark Solaris IR shingles by CertainTeed

May 7, 2010
These shingles decrease roof temperature by 20 percent, meet standards for impact resistance, and provide protection against staining or discoloration

The new Landmark Solaris IR shingles from CertainTeed decrease the temperature of the roof by as much as 20 percent, meet the industry’s highest standards for impact resistance, and provide protection against staining or discoloration caused by roof algae growth.

Offered in an eye-catching color palette that includes Crystal Gray, Sunset Shake, Aged Cedar, and Dusky Clay, Landmark Solaris IR shingles feature special granules that reflect solar energy better than traditional shingles. Engineered with a tough fiber glass scrim on its back surface for increased durability, Landmark Solaris IR is tested to withstand the impact of a 2-inch steel ball dropped from a height of 20 feet without cracking, and meets UL 2218 testing standards.

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