GALENA, Kan. — In response to strong customer demand across the U.S., TAMKO Building Products LLC has expanded both the color options and the distribution area for its popular new Heritage Proline Titan XT™ line of Premium Architectural Shingles to make it available to more customers than ever.

After launching the new performance-based shingle in the Midwest and Northeast in March 2021, Titan XT shingles have received critical acclaim and rave reviews from roofing contractors and distributors alike and demand for the shingle has driven multiple expansions of both color options and distribution states.

Color Expansion

Titan XT shingles are available in 10 colors at each of the TAMKO manufacturing facilities where the shingle is produced. The color lineup includes a wide variety of hues, from light to dark, including TAMKO’s most popular shingle colors nationwide, and several of TAMKO’s popular America’s Natural Colors line of high-contrast color blends. Available color blends for Titan XT shingles include Aged Wood, Black Walnut, Mountain Slate, Natural Timber, Olde English Pewter, Rustic Black, Rustic Brown, Rustic Hickory, Rustic Slate, Thunderstorm Grey, and Weathered Wood. Contractors and homeowners can see the specific colors and blends available in their area on

Distribution Area

Titan XT’s distribution area has grown from its initial launch states in the Midwest and Northeast, to now represent all TAMKO Sales Districts across the continental U.S. Titan XT shingles are available through distributors and dealers across the nation. Contractors and homeowners can locate a distributor with Titan XT near them thanks to recently enhanced features on the Locate a Dealer tool.

Contractor Feedback

Since Titan XT launched, positive feedback about the shingle has flooded into TAMKO from both contractors and distributors, some of whom took it upon themselves to put the shingle to the test and the shingle continues to impress.

”It’s the most advanced architectural shingle on the market,” said Josh Gray, St. Charles, Missouri roofing contractor. “Roofers love the bigger firing zone.”