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Roofing Contractors Use Malarkey Shingles
Malarkey Roofing Products will be celebrating their 70th Anniversary and when they do they will be focusing on the historic innovations, while also looking toward the future of sustainable production practices. Malarkey is focused on providing the most innovative products for the low-slope application, coupled with the best technical support and customer service in the roofing industry.
Malarkey Roofing Products is a Portland, Oregon-based company providing tech-forward residential, commercial, and green roofing solutions to roofing contractors, architects, and homeowners looking for reliable roofing products.
In 1986, Malarkey Roofing Products pioneered advancements in the roofing industry, including the first asphalt shingles modified with polymers.
In 1994, they introduced the first Scotchgard protective shingles
In 2001, Malarky created the patented “Zone” nails to enhance architectural shingle installations.
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Malarkey is a manufacturer of mostly roofing shingles, which happens to be the most popular roof material type in the U.S. While there are plenty of roofing shingle manufacturers that sell their products to roofing contractors in the Portland area and across the U.S., Malarkey Roofing Products makes three-tab, architectural, laminated, and heavyweight shingles, all of them available in various colors – so homeowners can rest assure their roofscape will be beautiful and up to their taste.
Malarkey is currently working with Northwest Natural to develop an implementation solution for increasing methane use, aiming for 90% of manufacturing facilities to run on methane. All methane consumed at Malarkey is used in manufacturing products at the facility — everything from curing fiberglass mats to providing a heat source in process to produce asphalt shingles and other roofing products.
The Portland-area roof manufacturer is being sold to a Swiss construction materials firm. Holcim said that Portland-area roofing manufacturers footprint across the west and south is complementary to Firestone Building Products, the Tennessee-based commercial roofing firm that it acquired earlier this year.