Consumer Reviews of Owens Corning shingles
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Date created: 2018-10-16
Name: J. Smith
Our shingles are brown and brown is running down the roof when it gets wet and staining our driveway. Called Owens. They said I could file a claim, but it will be denied. It's just something that happens! Now we have to hire someone to remove the stains. They’re no help. And why do we have to deal with this? They should be taking care of it. Never, never use Owens. If for no other reason than they won’t back their product and help you out.
Date created: 2017-09-29
Name: David Rae
Location: Morrisburg, Ont.
Model: Sand dune
"Not even the same color as advertised"
I wanted to replace my 15 year old roof with OC sand dune. I went with this color based on there color sample online. My old roof color was two tone brown, so I thought sand dune was the perfect match. Not even close. It's more like beige and grays. Called Owens corning to see what they had to say. All they said was that they were sorry!. Don't trust the online samples for colors.
Date created: 2017-01-04
Name: mary Milburn
Location: Saint Petersburg
In December of 2016 we had our roof replaced. It was eighteen years old and we had several leaks repaired during the last couple of years, so it was time. I researched roofers in the Tampa Bay Florida area extensively and believe me, there are many. We chose seven roofers for estimates. Dean Roofing of Clearwater was chosen for the job because of their willingness to explain the steps and everything else that went with it. Even questions of which we had plenty. We decided on the platinum warranty for fifty years with Owens Corning Duration Corporation shingles. The group of young men who came to do our roof were courteous, polite, friendly, knowledgeable, and professional. The roof was finished in a reasonable amount of time. Roof looks very nice and the county inspector was very impressed. The cost was within reason to other roofers and we did not have to pay until the job was completely finished. Are there nails in the yard? Yes Let's be realistic- have you ever dropped something? Is it always easy to find? Well, nails fall in bushes, holes, along borders and in flower beds anywhere their magnetic rollers can not go. I took a large magnet on a string to find the nails to remove them. Good job Dean Roofing of Clearwater. Thank You, Dave and Mary
Date created: 2016-12-08
Name: B Hughes
Location: Colorado Springs, Co
Model: Trudefinition Duration
Had my roof done a month ago, ordered sand dune trudefinition duration. Should be a mix of light and darker browns and tans. Looks gray black and a spot of tan here and there. No word if they will replace them. Now I have to wait to paint my house to match. Had my fireplace stucco tan and they sent tan paint to paint the vent pipes so they what color it should have been. If there is any one out there with same problem let me know.
Date created: 2016-09-24
"Owens Corning Shingles problems"
Bought a new spec house (7 years old) from a builder that has OC Brookville shingles. Some of the shingles have worn off the asphalt on the leading edge to where the fiberglass underlayment is exposed. Also the shingles have faded differently in streaks. Filed a warranty complaint with OC; replacement cost $23000, warranty settlement $2550!! I plan to sue. Please contact me if interested in a class action law suit.
Date created: 2016-04-19
Name: Wayne Wangsness
Location: Decorah, Iowa
We installed Duration Series Shingles with SureNail Technology in 2008. They still have not locked themselves down. Every 30 mph wind we get results in shingles on the lawn and more patchwork on the roof. They were installed directly on the roof (no old shingles), ventilation was installed correctly. Some of these shingles will simply never stay put.
Date created: 2016-03-09
"Be Careful of the Color!"
I've only had my shingles up for a few weeks, so I can't attest to the durability or warranty yet. However, I chose my color from a brochure that the installer brought to my house. I chose a color that appeared to be dark gray and light gray. When they installed it, I about fainted when I saw that it was blue! I called the installer and he said it's the color I chose and that the pictures in the brochure don't match up well. Wish he had told me that earlier! I called Dow Corning about them and was told that a lot of people have the same concerns when the shingles are first put up;however, some of the color will wash off after a few rains and that it will look more like the brochure pictures. That's fine with me (if its the truth), but what about people who actually like their color? Does that mean their color will start to fade after a few rains? My advice would be to be very careful with the color samples they show you to make sure its what you want. Look at them outside in the sunlight and not just under indoor lighting.
Date created: 2015-11-13
Name: Ken Eckel
Location: Dallas Texas
Model: Weatherguard HP
"OC Warranty is a Sham - Stay Away"
I purchased OC Weatherguard HP 40 year shingle and it lasted 12 years. Obviously it was deteriorating long before that, but since OC wasn't notified within 10 yrs, guess who is left to replace the roof :-) the home owner. So they are forcing home owners to subsidize their poor quality product. Very shoddy business practices for what I thought was a reputable company. Don't count on OC to be there for you when needed. Their customer answering service is all friendly and polite, but the legal dept runs the warranty claims decisions and they are sharks with no interest in the customer.
Date created: 2015-11-04
Name: B. Simmons
Location: Gun Barrel, TX
"OC is a pile of"
I'm a G.C. and have built for over 30 years. I stand behind my products, I also will recommend good manufactures. In construction there are going to be problems, it's all about how you handle the problem. Putting your head in the sand and making it the purchasers fault, and or dragging your feet to resolve a problem is not how you handle it. OC shipped 30 squares of miss matched, crap to my supplier and hence to me, assured me and the home owner it was just a packaging change, but all things would be good and the product was not defective, just install it... Well I told them it looked like they pulled the shingles out of a warehouse that been under water for a year. Next they dragged there feet getting around to resolve the fact that the shingles were full of mold... Almost 4 moths later, and with customers being real pissed off, they finally, hesitantly came through with a weak ass credit for only there product and a check for some labor. F.O.C. I will post everywhere... 2nd time, last time... They make a crappy of a product as Tamko...
Date created: 2015-09-21
Name: Carlos Martinez
Location: South Texas
"Good in the heat"
I am a roofer and have tried pretty much every brand sold in Texas. I have had different problems with most of them, but I never seem to have problems with Owens Corning. Owens Corning also has reps in every market which is a huge help if there is a problem. They have been making shingles in Texas for 35 years and have the only product that stands up to the heat and humidity. I go with OC every because I know I wont get called back from the homeowner. A good shingle is only as good as the installer.. If you use a cheap shingle and a cheap installer you get a cheap roof.