GAF Designer Shingles Installation
Professional Roofing Services for NYC Area
NYC General Pro Roofing provides professional roofing installation for GAF designer shingles. GAF is one of the top manufacturers of asphalt shingles for both commercial and residential roofing in North America. Our roofers can ably install GAF designer shingles on your home or building. GAF roofing shingles are readily available at places like Home Depot and Lowe's, which adds to their popularity in the NYC area.
For more information about our roofing services, please reach out to us today. The number for our office is 917-890-4212. When you call, we can provide you with a no-obligation consultation to go over the roofing services you need. Get professional installation for GAF designer roofing shingles today! NYC General Pro Roofing offers professional roofing services for home and business owners in the Brooklyn area, as well as across Long Island and in the greater New York City area.
Popular Types of GAF Designer Shingles
There are different types of roofing shingles from GAF, which includes their Timberline shingles and their Traditional 3-Tab Shingles. However, those looking for GAF's most luxurious line will chose their designer shingles. Their designer shingles are their most expensive brand of shingles, which features a hand-crafted workmanship appearance that mimics natural slate. By using these shingles, it can help to increase your home's resale value and give your home improved curb appeal.
When it comes to the different types of GAF designer shingles, there are a few popular types that people go for. Let's take a look at some of the more popular GAF designer shingles available.
GAF's Camelot II shingles are thick and heavy, which offers incredible durability when the weather becomes severe. The shingles include the Dura Grip sealant, which prevents blow-off and can withstand winds up to 130 MPH. These shingles are available in five different colors and average about $200 per square.
Glenwood shingles have a striking resemblance to wood shakes, but sell at a fraction of the cost. The Glenwood shingles feature 3 thick layers, which gives you roof a durable multi-textural appearance. These shingles are fire and algae resistant, as well as impact-resistant. So they achieve the highest rating possible. The Glenwood shingles are GAF's most expensive brand, but you pay for what you get. They are GAF's most durable and sophisticated looking shingles, but clock in around $330 or more per square.
Grand Sequoia shingles feature a sophisticated textured appearance, while also having GAF's Advanced Protection Shingle Technology. This technology assures optimal wind resistance and protects your roof from strong winds. Grand Sequoia shingles are also resistant to algae and fire and rate as high as possible on the scale. You can find these shingles in 7 different colors. And their cost is around $190 per square.
Grand Sequoia AS
The Grand Sequoia AS series is of course pretty similar to the Grand Sequoia shingles. They are algae and fire resistant, while also featuring SBS modified asphalt which offers an enhanced resistance to impact. Which can qualify these shingles for insurance discounts in certain cases. The AS series resemble the appearance of wood shakes and feature GAF's Dura Grip sealant. With this sealant, they can withstand winds up to 130 MPH. These shingles are available in four different colors. Their cost is around $230 per square.
The Stateline shingles feature the Advanced Protection Shingle Technology, which helps homes with their energy efficiency and reduces the use of natural resources. Stateline shingles are also algae, are Class A fire-resistant, and can withstand winds up to 130 MPH. GAF's Stateline shingles are designed to resemble natural slate tiles, but at a more affordable rate. Buy Stateline shingles at around $175 per square.
Woodland shingles feature the appearance of hand-cut European shingles and natural slate with larger, oversized tabs. The Woodland shingles include Dura Grip sealant and are resistant to fire and algae. These shingles are available in five different colors. And their cost is around $190 per square.