Why choose GAF for your roof

GAF offers high-quality roofing systems and strong warranties for your peace of mind.


Over 130 years of quality and innovation

With over a century of experience and expertise, GAF has the right products, technologies and solutions for your roofing needs.

Makers of Timberline™ Shingles: North America’s #1-selling shingle brand

When you choose GAF, you’re in good company. More Americans have relied on GAF Timberline® Shingles than any other brand.

Extensive network of independent GAF factory-certified roofers*

Every year GAF trains and certifies thousands of roofers on high quality installation methods using the latest technologies. Our stringent certification criteria require all GAF factory-certified contractors to show proof of state licensing (where applicable), insurance, and demonstrate that they are good standing with the Better Business Bureau.

Warranties to protect your investment

Get the protection you want with a GAF warranty. When you hire an independent GAF factory-certified contractor* you can take advantage of our strongest warranties for long term peace of mind. We offer several options, so you can choose the right level of coverage for your project.

Leading the industry

1 in 4
homes in the US is protected by a GAF roof
3,700 +
employees dedicated to our values to connect, empower, evolve, and inspire
$3B +
in annual revenue
A Standard Industries Company
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What Goes into a Roof?

See everything that goes into the roof over your head. Spoiler alert: It's a lot more than shingles.

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Selecting Roofing Shingles

Compare our roofing shingles and find the right ones for your home.

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Picture Your New Roof

View shingle styles and colors on a picture of your house or one like yours.

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Solar Roofing

There’s no better time to go solar than when you’re getting a new roof. It’s easy to upgrade to GAF Energy and to start saving money on energy bills.

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Selecting Your Warranty

Compare warranties with our GAF Limited Warranty Comparison Guide.

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Planning Your New Roof

See what goes into putting a new roof on your home.

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Do I Need a New Roof?

Guidance on roof inspection and how to spot signs of damage.

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Choosing a Roofer

Learn how to find the best roofing contractor for your needs.

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Understanding Roof Cost & Financing

See what makes up a roof estimate and factors that may impact it.

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Maintaining Your Roof

Learn maintenance tips for the upkeep of your roof.

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Dealing with Storm Damage

Resources to help you deal with insurance and find the best roofer.

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When buying a new roof, it is important to understand what kind of warranty you will receive when the job is complete. All reputable roofing manufacturers will offer some basic warranty coverage against manufacturing defects in the roofing materials, but oftentimes there may be enhanced warranty offerings available either through the roofing contractor, or through the roofing manufacturer. You should make sure to discuss your options with your roofing contractor before making a decision. Here's what you need to know when selecting your warranty:
Starting a new roofing project can introduce homeowners to many roofing-specific 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—for homeowners, understanding how these measurements work can be an unfamiliar but vital part of planning for your roof repair or replacement.
Do leaks or roof damage have you wondering if it's time for a roof repair or replacement? You may need to call on a roofing contractor. So, don't panic—but don't delay, either. The roof is your home's first line of defense against the elements, and you want it to stay in prime condition.
Architectural shingles help protect your home against the elements. As a bonus, they come in a wide variety of colors and styles to match any decor.What Are Architectural Shingles?Architectural, or laminate shingles, consist of two or more layers of material. They are made of asphalt coated fiberglass and are installed over the roof deck and underlayment. They also have a thicker coating of asphalt than single layer 3-tab singles.

Find a GAF Factory-Certified Contractor

At GAF, we train and test thousands of the best roofers in the country and make sure they're appropriately licensed and insured so they can offer our best warranties.

*Contractors enrolled in GAF certification programs are not employees or agents of GAF, and GAF can not control or otherwise supervise these independent businesses. Contractors may receive benefits, such as loyalty rewards points and discounts on marketing tools from GAF for participating in the program.