Made to protect your home. Your family. And those of over 50 million of your fellow Americans!
Install To Protect.
When you install GAF Timberline® High Definition® Shingles with Advanced Protection® Shingle Technology, you’re getting the very best combination of weight and performance that modern manufacturing technology can deliver.
In fact, you won’t find a shingle that surpasses Timberline® on:
✔ Wind uplift resistance
✔ Fire resistance
That’s why every Timberline® High Definition® Shingle comes with GAF’s transferable Lifetime ltd. warranty*—for your peace of mind! —plus the backing of the Good Housekeeping Seal.
Install To Invest.
Your roof can represent up to 40% of your home’s “curb appeal.” Timberline® High Definition® Shingles not only protect your most valuable asset but also beautify your home for years to come—and add to its resale value.
Recently, an independent research fi rm surveyed U.S. homeowners about the brand of architectural shingles they preferred based on appearance. The result: more homeowners preferred the look of Timberline® High Definition® Shingles to the other leading brands.
In fact, according to a recent survey conducted by the National Association of REALTORS®, you can increase the value of your home by an average of 5% with a new Timberline® roof! So why settle for anything less than a genuine Timberline® roof?
Install To Impress.
Timberline® High Definition® Shingles are unlike any others, thanks to our proprietary shadow bands. Each shadow band is applied using a sophisticated, computer-controlled “feathering” technique. When combined with our randomly blended top layer, it results in a shingle with exceptional depth and dimension — and a striking look unmatched by any other brand.
But don’t just take our word for it. See for yourself. When you compare Timberline® High Definition® Shingles to typical architectural shingles, it’s easy to see why they’ll look sharper and more beautiful
on your roof—while enhancing the resale value of your home.
Whatever you’re looking for, there’s a Timberline® Shingle to fi t your taste and your budget.
See the difference…
The color blends on Timberline® High Definition® Shingles are sharp and well defined—to give your roof maximum dimensionality and depth. Color shown: Hickory
Timberline Ultra HD® and Timberline HD® Shingles Benefits
More homeowners in North America choose Timberline HD® Shingles than any other brand. They offer just the right combination of beauty,
performance, and reliability—and are the best value in roofing today.
When you install Timberline HD® Shingles, you’ll be installing the brand that professional installers have long preferred for its rugged, dependable performance—thanks to Advanced Protection® Shingle Technology. And you’ll be getting your own genuine Timberline® roof!
- Beautiful Look… Features GAF’s proprietary color blends and enhanced shadow effect for a genuine wood-shake look.
- Highest Roofing Fire Rating… UL Class A, Listed to ANSI/UL 790.
- High Performance… Designed with Advanced Protection® Shingle Technology, which reduces the use of natural resources while providing excellent protection for your home (visit gaf.com/APS/ to learn more).
- Stays In Place… Dura Grip™ Adhesive seals each shingle tightly and reduces the risk of shingle blow-off. Shingles warranted to withstand winds up to 130 mph.
- Peace Of Mind… Lifetime ltd. transferable warranty with Smart Choice® Protection (non-prorated material and installation labor coverage) for the first ten years.
- Perfect Finishing Touch… Use Timbertex® Premium Ridge Cap Shingles or Ridglass® Premium Ridge Cap Shingles.
The many protective layers of a Timberline® High Definition® Shingle
- Fiberglass asphalt shingle
- Lifetime ltd. transferable warranty
- Smart Choice® Protection for the first 10 years1
- 130 mph ltd. wind coverage
- UL Listed to ANSI/UL 790 Class A
- Passes ASTM D7158, Class H
- ASTM D3161, Type 1, Class F
- StainGuard® protection
- ENERGY STAR® certified (White only)
- CSA A123.5
- ASTM D3018, Type 1
- ASTM D3462
- Miami-Dade County Product Control approved
- Florida Building Code approved
- Texas Department of Insurance
- ICC approved
- Classified in accordance with ICC-ES AC43
- Approximately 64 Pieces/Square
- Approximately 3 Bundles/Square (Timberline HD®)
- Approximately 4 Bundles/Square (Timberline Ultra HD®)
- Approximately 256 Nails/Square
- 5 5/8″ (142.88 mm) exposure
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The color and style of your shingle are important! After all, your roof represents up to 40% of your home’s curb appeal, so it will always have a big impact on your home’s overall look.
When you look at home exterior color trends, you’ll notice that they’re typically much more muted than the color trends you see in fashion; for example, if bold greens are in the fashion magazines, you might see the introduction of new home exterior palettes in warm, earthy green tones. Why? Because bold green might not be “in” two years from now (likely not), but you will still have the same roof. Color choices in exteriors are long-term decisions, so make sure the palette that you select is not only one that fits your personality and taste today but also one that you’ll enjoy ten years down the road.
- Observe how much of your roof is visible from the street or common view. A larger roof looks best in neutral tones. If the roof angle is normal or slight, you can use more colorful shingles or interesting patterns.
- Use colors in the same color family as the body of your house for a simple, non-accented combination. An example is a gray roof on a gray house, whether light or dark gray. Trim in white or black will keep it understated.
- Use bright colors to make a design statement. For example, a green roof on a red brick house or a red roof on a gray house.
- And remember, follow your instinct. Choose the color and style that make you comfortable. After all, you’re the one looking at it every time you come home!
When it comes to the style of your shingle, it’s important to think about the overall look and shape of your home. If your roof has a low pitch, the shingle profile will be more important than the shape; for a roof with a steep pitch, a unique design or color pattern may be more important. If you have a large roof surface, you don’t want the color pattern of your shingle to be too busy (it can be overwhelming!). On the other hand, a larger surface gives you a great opportunity to really change your home’s look. So, make sure the design and color you select integrate extremely well with the rest of your house.
- Choose a shingle that complements your home’s architectural style. For example, for a Colonial home, select a shingle with a clean line that complements the home’s design. A Victorian house could take on a more colorful or complex design.
- The use of colors and textures can create a comfortable feel for your residence. For example, if focusing on the exterior of a Shingle Style home, adding color and textured design elements make the home much more approachable.