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Timberline® Roofing Shingles
Timberline® Lifetime Architectural Roofing Specialist Shingles – North America’s #1 Selling Shingle. Also known as “laminate” shingles, they’re made with multiple layers which are fused together, resulting in a rich, multidimensional look.
Timberline® AS II
Timberline HDZ® RS
Timberline HDZ® RS+
Aged Chestnut Plus
A roof is made up of more than just shingles.
See how the parts of a roof work together
to help keep your home safe.
Often called “premium” or “luxury” shingles. They are typically multi-layered and provide the highest end multidimensional look.
Grand Sequoia® AS
Grand Sequoia® RS
The simplest and least expensive type of asphalt shingle. Sometimes called “strip” shingles, they are single layered.
Consider these factors to choose the best roof shingles for your home
HOW TO CHOOSE YOUR ROOFING SHINGLE
Your climate, style, & budget
Your home's curb appeal
Types of shingles
Explore shingle colors and styles
Bring your personal style home with a wide range of roof colors, looks, and architectural shapes.
My roof looks great and the rigorous install process gives me comfort in protection from the weather along with the GAF warranty.”
Brian Product: Timberline® HDZ™
Great shingles and installation!
“The roof was done and it looks amazing, happy I went with the upgraded shingles and this crew.”
Hannah W. Product: Camelot® II
Beautiful New Timberline UHDZ Shingles
“The beautiful newly launched GAF Timberline UHDZ – Dual Shadow lifetime shingle roof in Pewter Grey transformed the aging appearance of our home. It is a timeless color with a definition that enhances the depth and high quality of this roof system. We couldn’t recommend it more highly!”
Delano Dream Product: Timberline® UHDZ™
What to consider when choosing asphalt shingles
How much does it cost to shingle a roof?
When preparing your estimate, roofing contractors consider many variables that are specific to your roof, your preferences, your budget and goals, and even where you live.
How many roofing shingles do I need?
A roofing project can introduce homeowners to many new terms, and one of the first you’re likely to come up against is “roofing square.” Measuring in squares is unique to the roofing industry—understanding how these measurements work can be a vital part of planning your roof repair or replacement.
How long do roof shingles last?
There’s no specific “expiration date” for an asphalt shingle. Factors like weather, geographic location, manufacturer, moisture, UV rays, and others, can all factor into the condition of a particular roof. But there are some easy-to-spot indicators to the overall condition of your shingles.
What are the most common roof shingle types?
If you’re looking to replace your roof, you may wonder what type of roof shingles you should use. You have no shortage of options—shingles come in all different types, styles, and colors. Here’s a look at the different types of roof shingles available for residential roofing so that you can make an informed choice for your needs.