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Entrust All Pro Professionals to assist you in making the right decision when selecting your replacement roof. Our people know how important it is that the job be done right, the first time.

Style is also important. All Pro offers a broad selection of styles from top rated suppliers for your roofing needs. Your satisfaction is our number one priority.

Asphalt Shingles

Fiberglass shingles have a base layer of glass fiber reinforcing mat. The mat is made from wet, random-laid fiberglass bonded with ureaform-aldehyde resin. The mat is then coated with asphalt which contains mineral fillers and makes the fiberglass shingle waterproof. Fiberglass shingles typically obtain a class “A” fire rating.

Impact Resistant Shingles

An impact resistant shingle can withstand impacts from flying objects to a much greater extent than a common asphalt shingle. The impact resistant rating system ranks a shingles resistance to impact into 4 levels: Class 1 through Class 4, with Class 4 as the highest rating level to impact resistance.


     Synthetic Shingles

Plastic roofing shingles, tiles, slates, or “wood” shingles are manufactured using polymer-based or composite materials may offer improved impact resistance (such as resistance to hail damage). Polymer-based or plastic roofing products are generally about the same weight as laminated asphalt roof shingles, therefore lighter than cement-based shingles, clay roof tiles, or slate roofs.



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