Class A - What Does It Mean That DaVinci Is Class A?

Shelter being one of the basic needs of man, common sense dictates that the highest quality products be used for the proverbial ‘roof over your head’. To help you gauge the quality of product you are planning to buy, in this case the shingles and shakes that cover the roof of your residential or commercial complex, some organizations grade and certify products based on several criteria.
Eco Friendly RoofAmerican Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) and Underwriters Laboratories (UL) are the most trusted. DaVinci products have gone through the ASTM standard test for Class A, which is the highest grade possible when it comes to fire ratings. The testing carried out before certification of the grade analyzes the response generated and the resistance that the roofing material shows to fire.

A Class A grade for roofing material indicates its ability to withstand severe exposure to fire. Class A roofs show restricted burning when inflamed and the flame is not allowed to pass through the layers to the base of the roof, otherwise the roofing product does not achieve a Class A rating.

Class A DaVinci Plastic Roofing Materials ensure that your roof is highly fire resistant and in the case of an unforeseen calamity will withstand the onslaught of fire and prevent it from burning through and flaming the lower layer of your roof.

So if you are looking for an eco friendly roof that is also safe for your home and your family or for your business, then DaVinci's green roof systems are the answers to your roofing woes.

If you would like a product brochure or a sample, please get in touch with one of our DaVinci product specialists.

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