In this episode, we sit with GAF Chattanooga Territory Manager, Ben Sarro. We discuss the history of GAF and how it started, what makes GAF the best choice for roofing, GAF warranty information, and how GAF is giving back to its communities. Read more
If you’re a homeowner in the Chattanooga area, you know that your roof is an important investment. It protects your home from the elements, provides insulation, and adds curb appeal. However, like all things, roofs eventually need to be replaced. In this blog post, we’ll answer some common questions about roof replacement and provide tips on how to keep your roof in good condition. Read more
A new shingle roof is a significant investment, so it’s important to know what to expect in terms of timeline when you embark on a roofing project. The length of time it takes to install a new shingle roof can vary based on a number of factors, including the size of your roof, the complexity of the roof’s design, and the number of workers on the job. In this blog post, we’ll take a closer look at the factors that impact the installation timeline for a new shingle roof, and give you a general idea of how long you can expect the process to take. Read more
When buying a new roof, it is important to understand what kind of warranty you will receive when the job is complete. All reputable roofing manufacturers will offer some basic warranty coverage against manufacturing defects in the roofing materials, but oftentimes there may be enhanced warranty offerings available either through the roofing contractor, or through the roofing manufacturer. You should make sure to discuss your options with your roofing contractor before making a decision. Here’s what you need to know when selecting your warranty: Read more
As a Chattanooga area homeowner, you’re most likely only going to buy maybe a few roofs in your lifetime, so choosing the right color is very important to get right the first time. The shingle color you choose needs to work with your house and style, complement the neighborhood, and take into consideration any other preferences you may have. Below are some tips to to help you as a homeowner consider the best possible color for their next roof.
Ensure It Matches Your Home
Take a look at your homes style—do you have bricks or siding? Is your home painted? What is the overall style of the home?
Think About Its Curb Appeal
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Whether you are in your forever home or plan on selling in a few years, a neutral color will keep your house looking current for years to come. You can also help your home stand out by using more striking colors. Either of these options can increase your home’s curb appeal, which can increase the value of your home.
Consult With Your Neighbors
If you live in a complex run by an HOA, make sure there aren’t any rules for choosing a shingle color before your finalize your decision. Some homeowners associations prefer all homes in within the neighborhood to look the same. If you’re not in a complex, consider your neighbors and what they have on their roofs. If you like your neighbors’ roofs, find out more about similar shingle colors and styles and how they may complement your home. If you want to be a little different and stand out from your neighbors, explore alternative shingle styles and colors that will make your home unique.
Do Your Research
Get some samples and look at online tools like the GAF Virtual Home Remodeler to see which color shingle would look best with your home. Also, consider the architectural style of your home. What may look good on a Ranch-style house may not work for a Tutor or Colonial. Drive through different neighborhoods to get ideas and see examples.
Installing a full roofing system from a single manufacturer can improve your roof’s weather performance, durability and life span. Armor Xteriors, a Chattanooga area professional roofing contractor, can install the GAF Lifetime Roofing System for your home.
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. Read more