BP Certified Roofers - Installing the Weather-Tite Roofing System

In today's competitive roofing market, many manufacturers are striving to produce the most effective and visually appealing shingles. One company in particular stands out, and that is BP of Canada. They have come out with what they call the "Weather-Tite Roofing System," which is comprised of 5 BP products that give your roof the overall protection that can handle any weather our harsh Canadian climate can throw at us.

Double Sealant Strip

One of the most impressive aspects of this system is the shingle itself. Featuring a double sealant band which is unique to BP's shingles, it is able to boast improved wind resistance, better wind-driven rain resistance, superior resistance to water infiltration due to ice damming, and higher resistance to surface uplift. It also boasts an impressive 15 year non-prorated warranty period, which dwarfs most similarly priced competitors. Passing the most rigorous wind testing methods available for residential roofing, BP of Canada is a solid choice of company for any homeowner replacing a roof.

BP of Canada also has a Certified Roofer program. This is a unique program that is reserved for select roofers that meet stringent criteria, including a minimum of 5 years as a legal entity, in possession of all the legal permits necessary to practice as a professional roofer, a minimum of $1,000,000 insurance as well as Workman's Compensation coverage, and a reputation of quality workmanship and integrity. To become a BP Certified Roofer, a roofing company must be staffed by highly trained professionals. All crew chiefs and supervisors are trained and evaluated in accordance with BP's published systems requirements and product installation procedures.

To learn more about how the Weather-Tite Roofing System can be incorporated into your roof, call your local BP Certified installers, Certified Roofing Windsor @ 519 991 3886.

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