Need shingle identified


#1

I’m changing my insurance company and need to identify a shingle to see if it is impact resistant, and if so which class. The back of it says “Ennis 1714”. The Ennis is outlined by the shape of Texas, so I presume it was made in Texas. I’m in Oklahoma. They date from about 2010.
Ideas?


#2

It’s GAF. Low digit sounds like sentinel or sovereign. Both of which are not impact shingles. It would be armor laminate in 2010
Is it a 3tab? Picture would be nice


#3

Thank much. Here is a photo, showing the back of a shingle and the roof. Yes I guess it is 3-tab though I’m not sure about the terminology.


#4

That’s a GAF/ELK, High Def Timberline 30yr laminate shingle.


#5

But still not impact resistant?


#6

I’ve installed maybe a hand full in 30yrs. I don’t believe you can look at one and tell. The shingles look the same. You would need to find some paperwork or documents. If you bought the home after the roof, I believe at that time, GAF/ ELK required a $1 per sq to transfer. You might try the GAF website. See if they have your address registered. I register GAF roofs online in case a directive needs to be sent to owners. Good luck


#7

Thanks much for the assistance.