Malarkey shingles are manufactured by Malarkey Roofing Products. The company has been in the business of manufacturing roofing products for residential and commercial applications since way back in 1956. Malarkey shingles are durable and well known for their resistance to weather conditions. The company maintains two manufacturing facilities for the manufacture of Malarkey shingles and the manufacturing facilities are located in Portland, Oregon and Southgate, California. Malarkey shingles come with a variety of warranties but this depends on the shingle series. Malarkey offers the consumers limited warranties on shingles that range from 20 to 40 years. The warranty also covers any manufacturer defect that occurs during the warranty period. It also covers repair and replacement or both for the shingles. This is excluding the labor. Malarkey also has an extended warranty for algae resistance and treatment to their shingles. The Malarkey Algae resistance warranties may also vary by the series, but generally this is warranted against damage to the shingles and ranges from five to 15 years. Malarkey permits the Malarkey warranties to be transferred and that too is within a specified period of time to any new owners.
You need to know that the climate plays a big role when it comes to the type of roofing material that you want. This means that if you live in an area where you will be experiencing varying seasons, then you’ll need to think about the accumulation of and the moisture that collects in the fall and the winter months. This also applies to the sun exposure in the summer.
Malarkey Shingles Prices
To know what the price of the Markley shingles are you need to measure your roof. The Shingles are priced at per square; note that a square is defined as 100 square feet. Asphalt shingles are what the consumers use the most, so it can cost from $60 to $200 per square. The more popular clay tiles that can create a Mediterranean look will cost as much as $600 per square, while the concrete and metal shingles will vary in the price and range from about $200 to $700 per square. At the top of the price list included is the slate shingles, and this may cost up to $1,500 per square. Do bear in mind that these costs will not always include the removal the old roof or for the labor that is involved in removal of the existing roof. With Snow and rain then you can be sure that it will lead to collection of mildew and rot that is if the wrong materials are used. The solar heat will dry out shingles and also overheat the home giving you huge electric bills unless it is properly insulated.
The best way to get a reasonable shingle price is asking for local contractors’ bids and compare. You can click here (Only For US) to free estimate your local contractors’ price online.