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Types of Shingles We Carry

Ultra-Premium Lifetime Designer Shingles

Ultra-Premium Lifetime Designer Shingles are our top-of-the-line asphalt shingles. They offer a variety of styles and colors to complement your home and to suit virtually any taste. These are the very best asphalt shingles you can buy!


Value Collection Lifetime Designer Shingles

Now you can have the beauty and style of designer roofing—but at an incredibly affordable price. The Value Collection Lifetime Designer Shingles offer an exceptionally wide array of designer styles and colors at a lower cost than the Ultra-Premium.


Timberline® Lifetime Shingles

We have partnered with Timberline® and their shingles are the #1 selling shingles in North America. They offer the very best combination of performance and value that you can get for your home. Choose from High Definition®, Natural Shadow®, or American Harvest®.



Specialty Lifetime Shingles

We offer shingles with special features, including our Timberline® Cool Series® Shingles, which are ENERGY STAR® certified. Our Glenwood® Shingles, Grand Sequoia® IR Shingles, and Timberline® ArmorShield™ II Shingles, have all passed an official impact test, making these ideal for unpredictable weather.




Wood Shake Look

Distinguish your property with The Most Authentic Wood Shake-Look Shingles You Can Buy! Many colors and styles available.

European Tile Look

The look of genuine European tile at an affordable price. Give your home that classic Mediterranean look and feel without the cost of expensive tiles. 

Slate Look

Bold shadow lines and tapered cut-outs create the appearance of depth and dimension. Homeowners are drawn to slate because of its appearance. 

"Cool" Shingles

The revolutionary Timberline® Cool Series® Shingles reflect sunlight to help reduce unwanted attic heat build-up and may help save on air-conditioning costs. These shingles are ENERGY STAR® certified.


Signs You May Need to Replace Your Roof

  • A leak in the attic - after a strong storm or wind-driven rain, take a look in the attic for signs of leaking.

  • Blistering or peeling paint - when paint starts to peel off, the cause is likely trapped moisture in the house due to excessive temperature or high humidity from poor attic ventilation. Check your interior and exterior paint. 

  • Stains on ceilings and walls - if you see stains or mold inside your home, it may be caused by inadequate or faulty shingle underlay that is allowing water to seep into the house.

  • Missing, cracked, or curled shingles - if you see that your shingles are dry or practically break when touched, that means they have reached the end of their useful life and it’s time to invest in a new roof.

  • Dark, “dirty-looking” areas on your roof - this could mean your roof could have vegetation, fungus, mold, or algae growth. The shingles’ protective granules may have been lost.

  • Excessive energy costs - a possible cause of higher cooling costs could be insufficient attic ventilation, requiring the cooling system to run excessively.


Your roof can represent up to 40% of your home’s “curb appeal.” You can improve its resale value with a brand new and attractive roof. 

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