Why Timberline HDZ® RS+?

Featuring GAF proprietary color blends and an enhanced shadow effect, Timberline HDZ® RS+ Shingles offer a genuine wood-shake look that's sure to please. And now, thanks to innovative EcoDark™ granules, you can enjoy a highly reflective, darker-colored roof that meets the cool roof requirements of L.A. County! You can finally have the rich, vibrant colors you've always wanted in a cool roofing shingle, including Charcoal. What could possibly be any cooler?

  • L.A. County:  Timberline HDZ® RS+ Shingles meet Green building Standards Code of Los Angeles County for residential buildings
  • Title 24:  Timberline HDZ® RS+ Shingles can be used to comply with 2016 Title 24, Part 6, Cool Roof Requirements of the California Code of Regulations
  • CRRC Rated:  Timberline HDZ®  RS+ Shingles are rated by the Cool Roof Rating Council (CRRC)
  • Beautiful Look:  Feature GAF proprietary color blends and enhanced shadow effect for a genuine wood-shake look
  • WindProven™ Limited Wind Warranty: When installed with the required combination of GAF Accessories, Timberline HDZ® Shingles are eligible for an industry first: a wind warranty with no maximum wind speed limitation1
  • LayerLock® Technology: Proprietary technology mechanically fuses the common bond between overlapping shingle layers
  • Up to 99.9% nailing accuracy: The StrikeZone® nailing area is so easy to hit that a roofer placed 999 out of 1,000 nails correctly in our test2
  • Stays In Place: Our legendary Dura Grip™ sealant pairs with the smooth microgranule surface of the StrikeZone® nailing area for fast tack. Then, an asphalt-to asphalt monolithic bond cures for durability, strength, and exceptional wind uplift performance
  • Highest Roofing Fire Rating:  UL Class A, listed to ANSI/UL 790
  • Peace Of Mind:  Lifetime limited transferable warranty with Smart Choice® Protection (non-prorated material and installation labor coverage) for the first ten years.3 A cool roof from GAF helps minimize solar heat gain by reflecting incoming sun rays and re-emitting the absorbed energy — thereby reducing the heat going into the house and in the attic. This may translate into savings on air-conditioning bills4