Shingles are merely small segments of building material installed above the underlayment, sheathing, and trusses of a roof to beautify and protect your property from outdoor elements. You’ll find they come in a wide variety of materials, each with unique benefits and drawbacks.

Roof shingles are a roof covering consisting of individual overlapping elements. Shingles are held by the roof rafters and are made of various materials such as wood, slate, flagstone, metal, plastic, and composite materials such as fibre cement and asphalt shingles.

A well-thought-out structure provides the physical characteristics and advantages of the material. Upper layer hydrophobized basalt creates material confident protection from sunlight and mechanical influences. The bright iridescence of colored basalt particles is presented in a variety of shades and creates a beautiful appearance of roofing shingles.
Two layers of the high-quality bitumen compound grant waterproofing & heat resistance, at the same time giving outstanding flexibility to the material. Reinforcement of shingles with fiberglass gives it tensile strength. Lower layer protection does not allow shingles in the package to stick together.

Why BPT for Shingles?

High-quality componentS

BPT uses shingles in strict accordance with EN 544 standard. We provide a min. mass of 1300 g/m2 of bitumen in single-layer & 1500 g/m2 in multilayers.


Lightweight as compared to ceramic (clay), slate or concrete roof tiles, which reduces the load and increases safety.

All-weather shingles

All-weather bitumen roofing shingles will serve equally well in any climate zone with a temperature range between -70°C to +80°C.

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