Featuring GAF proprietary color blends and an enhanced shadow effect, Timberlind HD® Reflector Seriess Plus™ 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: Timberlind HD® Reflector Seriess Plus™ Shingles meet Green building Standards Code of Los Angeles County for residential buildings.
- Title 24: Timberlind HD® Reflector Seriess Plus™ Shingles can be used to comply with 2016 Title 24, Part 6, Cool Roof Requirements of the California Code of Regulations.
- CRRC Rated: Timberlind HD® Reflector Seriess Plus™ Shingles are rated by the Cool Roof Rating Council (CRRC).
- Beautiful Look: Features GAF proprietary color blends and EcoDark™ granules for dynamic color never before seen in a cool roof, as well as enhanced shadow effect for a genuine wood-shake look.
- High Performance: Designed with Advanced Protection® Shingle Technology, which reduces the use of natural resources while providing excellent protection for your home.
- Stays in Place: Dura Grip™ Adhesive seals each shingle tightly and reduces the risk of shingle blow-offs; shingles warranted to withstand winds up to 130 mph (209 km/h).1
- Highest Roofing Fire Rating: UL Class A, Listed to ANSI/UL 790.
- Peace of Mind: Lifetime ltd. transferrable warranty with Smart Choice® Protection (non-prorated material and installation labor coverage) for the first ten years.2
1This wind speed coverage requires special installation; see GAF Shingle & Accessory Limited Warranty for details.
2See GAF Shingle & Accessory Limited Warranty for complete coverage and restrictions. The word “Lifetime” refers to the length of coverage provided by the GAF Shingle & Accessory Limited Warranty and means as long as the original individual owner(s) of a single-family detached residence [or the second owner(s) in certain circumstances] owns
the property where the shingles are installed. For owners/structures not meeting the above criteria, Lifetime coverage is not applicable.