A review from November 2013 on ResearchRoofing.com indicates that the Owens Corning Oakridge Shingle is a very capable dimensional value shingle. Some of the positive notes include the low price, the variety of colors and the energy efficiency. A negative point cites that a different type of shingle needed to be used as the cap shingles. Reviews on ConsumerAffairs.com are more negative as of 2015, with several reviewers stating that the shingles have poor lifespans.
The reviews on ResearchRoofing.com awarded the Oakridge Single just under 3.5 out of five stars. On ConsumerAffairs.com, Owens Corning shingles as a whole have received an average of less then 1.5 stars out of five as of December 2015. One of the reviews specifically mentioning Oakridge shingles awarded only one star and stated that the shingles only lasted 14 years before needing replacement. Another such review gave the shingle three stars but also noted shorter than expected lifespan.
Reviews of Oakridge shingles on Roofery.com are more positive. For example, one reviewer wrote that these shingles are affordable and very reliable. Another highlighted the ease of installation as a reason for a positive review. Conversely, one of the more negative reviews panned the shingles for becoming discolored unevenly after less than five years.