Roofing Materials from GAF

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Materials for every roof type

At GAF, we’re always seeking new ways to provide you with the right tools and resources for all of your roofing projects.

RESIDENTIAL ROOF MATERIALS

A roof system is so much more than shingles. Find out how the system works together to keep moisture out, your energy costs down and your house looking terrific.

COMMERCIAL ROOFING SYSTEMS

Whether it’s TPO, liquid-applied roofing, or anything in between, there’s a GAF roofing system for your needs. We’ve developed roof systems for today’s flat roof challenges.

Featured products

Millions of Americans live, work, and play under quality products from North America’s largest roofing manufacturer.

America's #1-selling roof shingle keeps getting better

Timberline HDZ® Shingles offer the look people love, now with LayerLock™ Technology and the StainGuard Plus™ Algae Protection Limited Warranty.1

EverGuard® TPO Single-Ply Roofing Systems

Protect your building, your business, and the people who count on them. In the 20+ years that TPO has been in the field, it’s become the most popular product used for low-slope roofing. Over 1.8 billion sq. ft. are installed annually, making up over 50% of single-ply roofs being installed today.
225-year StainGuard Plus Algae Protection Limited Warranty against blue-green algae discoloration is available only on products sold in packages bearing the StainGuard Plus logo. See GAF Shingle & Accessory Limited Warranty for complete coverage and restrictions and qualifying product.
LATEST FROM GAF ROOF VIEWS
Just in case you needed telling, you should definitely take note if you detect a strong attic smell in your home! Firstly, in many cases, the unpleasant smells might begin infiltrating other areas of your residence. Secondly, and potentially much more serious, pervasive bad odors can be warning signs of other deeper issues. Whatever the cause (and there are many possibilities), when you detect a foul odor, it may be time to take a serious look at improving your attic ventilation. Below we'll take a look at some of the common causes of bad attic odors — and how having efficient, well-maintained attic ventilation can help prevent them.
Do-it-yourself home improvements continue to gain popularity, with more homeowners choosing to do the work themselves as the proliferation of how-to videos on YouTube makes it easier than ever. But not every project should be DIY — especially when it comes to your roof. If you are thinking about a DIY roof replacement, here is what you need to know.
If you suspect that you have a leak in your roof, acting swiftly to repair it helps avoid further damage to your home and possessions. But: does homeowners insurance cover roof leaks and potentially remove some of the financial worries you may have? Below are the steps to take to protect your roof and your finances in the event of a leak.
A roof drip edge is a roofing material (a type of roof flashing) that diverts water away from (you guessed it!) your roof's edge or fascia. And, as a bonus, not only does it help keep your home dry, but it also helps guard against pests. So, even if you've heard the term before or think it's self-explanatory, there are good reasons to ask, "What is a roof drip edge and what exactly are the reasons I might need one for my home?"



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