We are GAF

More homes and businesses in the U.S. are protected by a GAF roof than by any other product. We are the leading roofing manufacturer in North America, with plants strategically located across the U.S. As a Standard Industries company, GAF is part of the largest roofing and waterproofing business in the world.

Innovators Wanted

We’re imagining new and better ways to protect homes, buildings, infrastructure and our planet. Join us to reach new heights and make an impact from day one.

A Leader In The Roofing Industry

1 in 4
homes in the US is protected by a GAF roof
3,700 +
Employees
$3B +
Annual Revenues
34
manufacturing operations across 26 locations in the U.S.

 

A Standard Industries Company


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The Company We Keep

Introducing The Company We Keep, a series spotlighting our exceptional employees.

History

Protecting what matters most since 1886

Over 130 years of continuous innovation have made GAF North America’s largest roofing manufacturer.
OUR Leadership

Meet the GAF leadership team

Our people are our strength and we are committed to inspiring people to embrace our mission of protecting what matters most to our customers, to our partners, and to each other.
LATEST FROM GAF ROOF VIEWS
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Consumers want to know exactly what they're buying, but making greener purchase decisions requires access to consistent, reliable information. GAF emphasizes roof sustainability in all areas of business. With full product transparency that discloses detailed information about a product's environmental impact through its entire life cycle, potential clients have an opportunity to make informed and eco-friendly decisions.
Designing for Moisture Durability and Energy Efficiency, Part 2 Part 1 of our discussion of Designing for Moisture Durability and Energy Efficiency explored the driving forces that result in the increasing interactive complexity and tight coupling of roofs and other building systems in modern green buildings. Part 1 also provided an overview of the various project life-cycle phases and compared the top green rating system's scope to address or not address moisture durability in those phases.
Creating disaster resiliency is a key priority in our commitment to Community Matters, our dynamic social impact initiative at GAF.Leveraging our time, expertise, and resources to support our communities is critical in pursuing our mission to protect what matters most, and we're honored to be recognized by The U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation (USCCF) in their 21st annual Citizens Awards for Best Community Resilience and Disaster Response Program.