hardie boys shingle roofing spokane wa

Hardie Boys Roofing specializes in Shingle Roofs for residential homes. We use the best products from industry leading manufacturer, Owens Corning. We are a Spokane based home roofing company providing the highest quality service and craftsmanship.  We are insured, licensed and bonded. Lic# HARDIHB774D3 & #RCE-70797

Composite Shingle Roofing
Shingle Roofing Types:
  • Asphalt Shingles
  • 3-Tab Shingles
  • Architectural Shingles
  • Impact Resistant Shingles
  • COOL Shingles
  • Specialty Asphalt Shingles

owens corning logoHardie Boys exclusively uses Owens Corning shingles. (See Sample Color Widgets below)
Types of Roofing Shingles
In addition to maintaining the integrity of your roof's structure and helping to keep out water, roofing shingles also add a tremendous amount of curb appeal and value to your home. The type of roofing shinges you choose can also affect your roof's durability against wind, rain, hail and other weather events.
Asphalt Roofing Shingles
Asphalt roofing shingles are reliable, affordable and among the most popular roofing material in use today. According to the Home Innovation Research Labs' Builder and Consumer Practices Report, 70% of the volume of roofing materials used in both single and multi-family residential new construction, roof repair, and replacement projects were asphalt shingles. There are many varieties of asphalt shingles, some designed specifically to accommodate regional weather or unique roof designs.
3-Tab Roofing Shingles
3-tab roof shingles are used on many homes in the United States and Canada. They feature three distinct tabs of equal size, providing a symmetrical look accross the roof. These traditional asphalt shingles have a repeating rectangular shape separated by "slots" and are typically less expensive than other asphalt shingle options. Installation requires care on the part of the roofing contractor to ensure the "slots" created by the shingles are straight.
Architectural Roofing Shingles
Considered to be the premium type of asphalt shingle, architectural roofing shingles are also called dimensional shingles or laminated shingles because there are two layers of shingle pieces laminated together to provide a dimential look. Roofs covered in architectural shingles have an aeshetically pleasing appearance thanks to the variation in shingle sizes and shapes. Due to their increased thickness, architectural shingles typically have a longer manufacturer warranty and some brands are rated to resist higher wind speeds.
Impact-Resistant Roofing Shingles
Impact-resistant shingles are shingles that are modified and enhanced to withstand impact from hail or other debris that might fall on your roof. There are different ways that the shingles are modified to achieve this resistance. For instance, some shingles are reinforced on the back with a reinforcing fabric, while other shingles contain asphalt mixed with polymer, such as styrene butadiene-styrene (SBS), which adds a rubberizing effect to the shingles. These modifications increase the shingle's ability to absorb the energy from a hailstorm, or another source of impact, which helps to reduce the intensity of cracking, denting or other types of damage.
To be labeled as impact-resistant, the shingles must have received a rating during roofing industry- standard impact testing (UL2218). There are four rating levels of the UL2218 standard with Class 4 being the highest impact rating. Some insurance providers offer a discount to homeowners who have Class 4 impact-resistant shingles installed on their roofs.
COOL Roofing Shingles
Covered with solar-relecting granules, COOL roofing shingles help make your home more energy-efficient by decreasing heat absorption through the roof.
Specialty Asphalt Roofing Shingles
Specialty shingles can come in bolder colors and styles that mimic other roofing materials, such as tile or wood shake, and offer the practicality and affordability of asphalt shingles with a slightly different look.