FWave, LLC (F-Wave™) is pleased to announce its F-Wave Revia™ synthetic roofing shingle product line at the International Roofing Expo (IRE). F-Wave has intelligently designed this revolutionary shingle without asphalt or granules. The multi-patented Revia shingles are durable and built to meet the requirements for a Class IV impact resistance rating, 130-mph wind rating and Class A Fire Rating. Available in three profiles: premium dimensional, hand-split shake and slate, F-Wave is displaying and demonstrating the Revia line in booth 2269 at IRE.
“Today’s asphalt shingles provide marginal performance when it comes to durability and extreme-weather conditions. The current choice of polymeric shake and slate tiles are difficult and costly to install, and are not really designed to fit the size and scale of the majority of America’s homes,” said Scott G. McDonald, president & CEO of F-Wave. “We are reinventing steep-slope roofing with a unique approach that incorporates contractor insights to create features and attributes that make Revia easy to install, durable and tough for great workability, and premium profiles to fit every home style.”
ZFT™ Technology is the game-changer behind F-Wave Revia roofing shingles with a proprietary blend of commercial-grade materials that deliver durability and all-weather performance. They are UV-resistant and will not crack, tear or delaminate. The shingles are created with a product design and colorization process built into the ZFT platform that ensures beautiful curb appeal with a quality installation, eliminating the potential for unsightly repeating patterns.
F-Wave Revia are superior to today’s asphalt shingles. The single-piece construction shingles are easy to install and do not require any special tools. The shingles offer a wider reinforced nailing area and wider exposure with 60 shingles per square. Easily adaptable for a range of climates and temperatures, Revia shingles give contractors an extended installation season.
Visit F-Wave at booth 2269 at IRE. Roofing pros are encouraged take the $100 nail-pull challenge, as well as to cut, hammer and walk on F-Wave Revia shingles.