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Old 05-21-2011, 09:57 AM   #1
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Wanted to know if anyone has info on atlas shingles. I have them on my home and I have wind damage I just found out they don't make them anymore is that true?? My inc company is coming out in the morning and I was wondering what they will do since u can no longer get this kind of shingles?? Will they have to replace all of my roof??
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Old 05-21-2011, 10:38 AM   #2
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Will mostly likely get a pro rated check for material cost replacement. Unless you purchased an enhanced warranty labor and disposal will be out of your pocket.

This is just theory as I haven't examined an atlas shingle warranty but that's how any typical shingle warranty will read. Good luck.

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Atlas shingles are still being made out of the Atlanta area. They are not very good shingles though.
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They will will come out and assess damage and if you have a replacement policy you will be fine, they will replace the roof. If you have a depreciation cost then they depreciated over the average year of the roof. If your shingle has been discontinued they they have to place the whole roof.
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Atlas is still producing shingles,who ever told you thier not is lying.
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Atlas is still producing shingles,who ever told you thier not is lying.
They discontioned atlas chalet a few years ago
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Well if you got damage you get a new roof,do you have RCV policy?
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