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TruDefinition™ Duration® Shingles:
Limited Lifetime Warranty*, 130 MPH Wind Resistance Limited Warranty*, Algae Resistance Limited Warranty* and SureNail® Technology

TruDefinition Duration Shingles are specially formulated to provide optimal contrast and dimension to your roof. Through the use of multiple granule colors and shadowing, TruDefinition Duration Shingles offer a truly unique and dramatic effect. This exclusive combination of color and depth is what makes TruDefinition Duration Shingles like no other. These shingles are available in popular colors with bold, lively contrast and competing shadow lines for greater dimension. SureNail® Technology features a tough, woven engineered reinforcing fabric that delivers consistent fastening during installation. The Triple Layer Protection™ of reinforcement occurs when the fabric overlays the common bond of the shingle laminate layers that offer excellent fastener holding power. The enhanced Tru-Bond sealant grips tightly to the engineered fabric nailing strip on the shingle below. Specially formulated, wide adhesive bands help keep shingle layers laminated together. TruDefinition Duration Shingles offer the industry’s first asphalt roofing shingle engineered to deliver 130 MPH wind warranty performance with only 4 nails. SureNail® Technology provides the capability to use 33% fewer nails for warranty protection. This also means fewer deck penetrations.

Oakridge® Shingles:
Limited Lifetime Warranty*, 110/130 MPH Wind Resistance Limited Warranty* and Algae Resistance Limited Warranty*

Oakridge® Shingles have a warm and inviting look and are available in popular colors such as Estate Gray and Driftwood. Oakridge® Shingles provide a step up from traditional three-tab shingles. Oakridge® Artisan Colors are specially designed to provide a unique blend of artistry and craftsmanship that will give your home a look that is anything but ordinary. Every Oakridge® Artisan Color features greater contrast and color depth to add drama and curb appeal to your entire home.

Supreme® Shingles:
25-Year Limited Warranty*, 60-MPH Wind Resistance Limited Warranty*, the industry’s highest Class A UL Fire Rating and Algae Resistance is also available on a regional basis.

Supreme® three-tab shingles are the smart choice when you need to balance curb appeal, weather resistance and value.

Similar to the energy-efficient appliances in your home, roofing products can provide energy-saving qualities. Owens Corning™ ENERGY STAR® rated shingles can help reduce your energy bills when installed properly. These shingles reflect solar energy, decreasing the amount of heat transferred to a home’s interior. This cuts down on the amount of air-conditioning needed to keep a home comfortable. Actual savings will vary based on geographic location and individual building characteristics.

*All warranties are subject to certain conditions and must be in accordance with installation instructions. A Deer Park Roofing representative will be happy to discuss details and answer any questions you may have about warranty coverage.

News & Resources

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Roof Flashing: different types, how to install them, and when you should replace them

If we look at a pie chart of our monthly service requests in Louisville Ky, leaks at roof flashings are the biggest piece of the pie.  A poorly installed flashing repair compromises the integrity of the roof.  At Deer Park…








10 Components of a Successful Gutter System

Gutters and Downspouts are designed to drain rainwater away from your home or building without causing damage to your foundation, basement, landscaping, or other building materials.  An effective gutter and downspout system includes a number of different accessories, including splash…



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Understanding Thermal Movement

Understanding thermal movement in residential metal roof systems is key to long-term performance Roofing contractors often are amazed at the time-tested craftsmanship of sheet-metal systems that are removed from historical structures. It’s not uncommon for some of these systems to…



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Ice Dams

Several factors contributed to problem roofing area in the photo below. Even though the shingles were in good condition and installed properly, leaks were occurring in the winter months due to ice dams. To remedy the situation, the homeowner installed…








Hail Damage to Roof Systems

Hail Damage to Roof Systems Hail storms can cause significant damage to all types of roofing systems, including asphalt shingles. Hail damage to roofs can be identified by discovering distress marks on the surface of the roof. In the case…



Chimney Flashing Soldering






Solder Versus Caulk

Solder A metal alloy that is used for permanently bonding metal flashings together. The word solder is derived from the Latin term solidare which means “to make solid”. Most solder, especially used in a roofing application, is made up of…








Residential Roof Repair or Replacement

Roof Leaks Roof failures occur for a number of different reasons. The main reasons are poor design, installation errors, age of roof, and flashing defects. The most common types of failures are noticed in roof leaks. These are normally discovered…



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5 Types of Drip Edges on Metal Flashings

5 Types of Drip Edges on Metal Flashings Drip edge can be found on many metal flashings and components that are installed on your roof system, including: Gutter apron Rake edge flashing Gravel stop Chimney caps Coping The outward projecting lower…



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Dissimilar Metals in Roofing Applications

Be Cautious When Using Dissimilar Metals in the Same Roof System Many different types of metals are used in various roofing materials, flashings, and fasteners. Problems can occur when two different types of metals (also known as dissimilar metals) are…



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Algae Roof Stains

Roof discoloration from algae or fungus growth made its way to the Cincinnati area about 10 years ago. It originated in the coastal areas of the southeastern United States and traveled north. The name of the algae is Gloeocapsa Magma.…








Soffit and Eave Intake Vents

Traditional homes, like the one pictured above, contain an overhang near the eave area where intake vents can be installed. The intake vents are the most important component to any roof ventilation system. As warm air in the attic rises,…








Insulating and Ventilating a Cape Cod House

Cape Cod Stye homes are very common in the Louisville KY area. These are typically smaller 1 story homes. Insulating and ventilating cape cod style houses can be very challenging. Anyone who has lived in one of these types of…








Metal Patio Roof – Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky

Deer Park Roofing replaced the asphalt shingles on this patio roof with a beautiful new standing seam metal roof. This customer wanted to remove the asphalt shingles from their patio roof and install a standing seam metal roof. Since the…








Deck Waterproofing Project – Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky

Deer Park Roofing designed and installed this beautiful new deck to create a covered, waterproof patio underneath. This is a photo of the deck that was removed. A new deck is being installed with the goal of achieving a waterproof…








Mold in Attic

A close examination of the photo above reveals large amounts of mold on the underside of the roof sheathing. What caused the mold and why did it thrive in this attic space? 1. The insulation was improperly installed over the…








Shingle Installation Methods: Hand Nailing vs. Nail Gun

Which Shingle Installation Method is Better – Hand Nailing or Nail Gun? The question is often asked as to which nailing method will yield the best results when installing a new roof. Is it better to fasten the shingles by…