Residential Roofing Products

Residential Roofing Products

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

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

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Residential Roofing Products
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Roofing Shingles

Styles, colors, configurations, and price-points designed to fit your needs.

Leak Barriers

Provides exceptional protection against leaks caused by roof settling and extreme weather. Ideal upgrade at all vulnerable areas.

Hip and Ridge Cap Shingles

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

Roof Deck Protection

Allows moisture to escape from your attic while providing an exceptionally strong layer of protection against wind-driven rain.

Starter Strip Shingles

Saves time, eliminates waste, and reduces the risk of blow-off... and may even help qualify for upgraded wind warranty coverage.

Ventilation and Attic Vents

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

GAF’s ductwork products are proudly designed, fabricated, and assembled in the U.S.A. We offer more than 300 different items for your ventilation project.

Fiber-Cement Siding

The one and only solution for repairing asbestos siding. 

Ornamental Iron

Ornamental Iron Products add beauty and value to your home with stylish, durable, and economical rail designs, columns, and accessories.

Other Residential Products

Additional products including ShingleMatch™ Roof Accessory Paint & Mineral Guard™ Roll Roofing.

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