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GAF Timberline HD Lifetime High Definition Shingles

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Timberline Lifetime Shingles
timberline lifetime shingles

GAF offers you many great Lifetime Shingle choices, including Timberline® Shingles with Advanced Protection® Shingle Technology. They’re the #1-selling shingles in North America!

Cobra® Attic Ventilation
cobra attic ventilation

Helps remove excess heat and moisture from your attic that can raise your energy bills, cause premature peeling of interior paint and wallpaper, and even affect your health.

Roof Deck Protection
Roof Deck Protection

Allows moisture to escape from your attic while providing an exceptionally strong layer of protection against wind-driven rain. Also, lies flatter for a better-looking roof.


Starter Strip Shingles
starter strip shingles

Saves time, eliminates waste, and reduces the risk of blog-off and may even help qualify for upgraded wind warranty coverage (see GAF Shingle & Accessory Ltd. Warranty† for details).

GAF Leak Barrier
GAF leak barrier

Provides exceptional protection against leaks caused by roof settling and extreme weather. Ideal upgrade at all vulnerable areas (including at the eaves in the North*).

Ridge Cap Shingles
Ridge cap shingles

Enhances the beauty of your home while guarding against leaks at the hips and ridges.


Timberline HD® Shingles

Help improve your home’s resale value with GAF Timberline HD® Shingles. Timberline® High Definition® Shingles with Advanced Protection® Shingle Technology are the #1-selling shingles in North America. Timberline HD® Shingles will protect and beautify your home for years to come.

Barkwood
barkwood
Biscayne Blue
biscayne blue
Charcoal
charcoal
Fox Hollow Gray
fox hollow gray
Hickory
fox hollow gray
Hunter Green
hunter green
Mission Brown
mission brown
Oyster Gray
oyster gray
Patriot Red
patriot red
Pewter Gray
pewter gray
Shakewood
shakewood
Slate
slate
Weathered Wood
weathered wood
Williamsburg Slate
williamsburg slate

Don’t get caught with sudden repairs. Keep a close eye on your roof and learn how to spot problems before they severely impact your home and wallet with the following signs.

water leaking in the attic
Water leaking in the attic

After a strong storm or wind-driven rain, take a look in the attic for signs of leaking. Ice damming can also cause water to enter the house if you don’t have an adequate shingle underlayment or if the flashing (the aluminum or steel used over roof joints, like chimneys and pipes) has deteriorated.

missing cracked or curled shingles
Missing, cracked, or curled shingles

If you see that your shingles are dry or practically break when touched, that means they have reached the end of their useful life and it’s time to replace the roof shingles.

dark, dirty roof
Dark, "dirty-looking" areas on your roof

This could mean your roof has vegetation, fungus, mold, or algae growth, or that the shingles’ protective granules have been lost. This doesn’t mean you need to replace your roof, but these stains can reduce curb appeal. Cleaning the shingles is an option, but that could shorten their life. Fortunately, StainGuard® protection is available on many GAF Shingles, including Timberline® Cool Series Shingles, Timberline® Natural Shadow® Shingles, and Timberline® ArmorShield™ II Shingles. (StainGuard® protection is available only on shingles with StainGuard®-labeled packaging. See GAF Shingle & Accessory Ltd. Warranty for complete coverage and restrictions.)

peeling or blistering paint
Peeling or blistering interior or exterior paint

When paint starts to peel off, the cause is likely trapped moisture in the house due to excessive temperature or high humidity from poor attic ventilation. The air in the attic needs to flow freely from the soffit to the ridge to reduce humidity. Make sure there is a vent in areas such as the kitchen or bathroom. Dryers should vent outside.

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