School Roof in Yellowstone
When a school roof reaches its end-of-life cycle, it is time to re-roof it. This is often completed when school is out for the summer. School roofs can vary greatly in size but their high importance to
In the summer of 2018, the Progressive Roofing Montana regional office completed a full tear-off and re-roof of West Yellowstone School located at 410 Geyser Street in West Yellowstone. The re-roof consisted of 24,300 square feet of Malarkey shingles.
Commercial Steep Slope Shingles
Malarkey’s Windsor®, Legacy®, Vista®, The Alaskan®, and hip and ridge shingles are manufactured with higher quality asphalt. The superior asphalt allows Malarkey to blend polymers creating its unique polymer modified asphalt technology. As the temperature fluctuates throughout the day, granules expand and contract.
Polymer modified asphalt technology allows for movement as the granules expand or contract with the change in temperature from hot to cold. The adhesive characteristics of polymer modified asphalt technology perform as a superior fastener, holding the granules in place. Malarkey’s products are specifically manufactured to retain granules on the shingles, exceeding the ASTM granule retention test up to 75 percent. The adhesive and cohesive properties of shingles with are key to shingle longevity.
Windsor®, Legacy®, and The Alaskan® shingles are UL 2218 Class 4 Impact Resistant, while Vista® shingles are Class 3. Shingles come with a 110 mph wind warranty. Malarkey also offers an Enhanced Wind Warranty to 130 mph (Windsor® 140 mph) when installation conditions are met.