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GAF Royal Sovereign Roofing Shingles | Color Choices For Ocala Homes
Durability and affordability are attained by combining beauty and performance with the GAF Royal Sovereign® Roofing Shingles. This product is ideal for those seeking a high–quality roofing system at an unbeatable price, which can be achieved by installing GAF ShingleMate®, Roof Pro™, TigerPaw™ or Deck Armor™ roof deck protection (underlayment) from the peak to the base, vertically, with excess overlap trimmed prior to installing shingles.
Ash Brown GAF Royal Sovereign® Roofing Shingles
GAF Royal Sovereign® Roofing Shingles are crafted with an ash brown hue to provide a timeless look. Durability and weather protection are provided by the advanced technology of these shingles. Installation is facilitated by their lightweight, yet strong construction.
These shingles are designed to be resistant to discoloration, algae, and extreme temperatures. Their traditional look is ideal for any home, while their durability ensures long–lasting protection.
Autumn Brown GAF Royal Sovereign® Roofing Shingles
Firstly, Autumn Brown GAF Royal Sovereign® Roofing Shingles provide a traditional look with modern performance. Additionally, they feature a unique multi–layer design for a classic three–tab look. Furthermore, these shingles offer superior durability, plus advanced protection from the elements. Moreover, they come with a 25–year limited warranty. Lastly, these shingles are an excellent choice for a reliable roofing solution.
Charcoal GAF Royal Sovereign® Roofing Shingles
Firstly, Charcoal GAF Royal Sovereign® Roofing Shingles offer superior protection against harsh weather and a classic, timeless look. Secondly, they feature a special Dura Grip™ Adhesive Seal that ensures strong winds won‘t tear off your shingles.
Thirdly, their StainGuard® Protection resists blue–green algae and keeps your roof looking great for years. Furthermore, their Lifetime Limited Warranty provides peace of mind. Finally, these shingles are easy to install and an excellent choice for any home.
Golden Cedar GAF Royal Sovereign® Roofing Shingles
Moreover, Golden Cedar GAF Royal Sovereign® Roofing Shingles are a top–tier choice for shingle roofing. Offering superior protection and longevity, these shingles boast a Class A Fire Rating, algae resistance, and a Limited Lifetime Warranty.
Additionally, they feature a distinctive look that adds elegance to any roof. With their superior performance and stylish appearance, Golden Cedar GAF Royal Sovereign® Roofing Shingles are an excellent choice for homeowners.
Nickel Gray GAF Royal Sovereign® Roofing Shingles
Nickel Gray GAF Royal Sovereign® Roofing Shingles provide superior protection and unmatched beauty. Featuring a unique blend of colors, they offer a timeless look that complements any style of home. Additionally, these shingles boast an advanced construction process that ensures superior wind and hail resistance. Moreover, they resist fading and provide superior water–shedding capabilities, making them a great choice for any home.
Silver Lining GAF Royal Sovereign® Roofing Shingles
Firstly, Silver Lining GAF Royal Sovereign® Roofing Shingles are designed to provide lasting protection. Additionally, they come with a Lifetime Ltd. Warranty and are made from advanced materials. Furthermore, these shingles are built to withstand strong winds, hail, and other extreme weather conditions. Moreover, they are easy to install and come in a range of colors and styles to suit any home. Finally, these shingles add style, value, and protection to any roof.
Slate GAF Royal Sovereign® Roofing Shingles
First, Slate GAF Royal Sovereign® Roofing Shingles offer an elegant, timeless look. Second, their color blends are designed to complement any home. Third, these shingles have a Class A fire rating, providing superior fire protection. Additionally, they feature Advanced Protection® Technology, providing superior protection against weather elements. Furthermore, they are algae–resistant and come with a lifetime limited warranty. Finally, they are easy to install and are an ideal choice for any roofing project.
Weathered Gray Royal Sovereign® Roofing Shingles
First, Weathered Gray Royal Sovereign® Roofing Shingles are a popular choice for homeowners. Next, they feature a unique blend of dark and light shades, creating a classic weathered look. Moreover, these shingles offer superior wind and fire resistance. Additionally, they come with a limited lifetime warranty. Finally, these shingles are an excellent value for the money.
White Royal Sovereign® Roofing Shingles
Shingles that blow-off during a storm are not covered by GAF’s warranty, so we recommend the use of nails instead. Staples are not recommended by GAF and most industry organizations because they can cause problems down the road, such as leaks and poorly installed shingles.
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Staples vs. Nails For Shingle Application
Can staples be used as fasteners for asphalt shingles?
Stapling Nail Connectors to Install Shingles – Staples are not recommended by GAF and most industry organizations. Staples made of at least 16-gauge galvanized steel with a minimum crown of 15/16” (24 mm) have been and continue to be used by some applicators to install shingles. If staples are used to install GAF shingles, our limited shingle warranty will remain in effect. However, any problems resulting from the use of staples, including wind blow-off, are not covered by the warranty.
What Should Be Used?
GAF wood-alternative shingles are easy to install on properly prepared roofs with good ventilation. Use 3/8 inch or larger barbed or deformed shank roofing nails with a length of at least 3/4 inch long. To keep your roof looking new, be sure to have your roof re-shingled every 25 years by a certified roofer or contractor, who will apply additional components or materials for protection against sun exposure, water and wind that can cause premature deterioration.
Does Underwriters Laboratories (UL) Recognize The Use Of Staples?
UL, the leading Consumer Product Safety Commission(CPSC) safety certification organization in the U.S., historically used staples for wind speed testing of products, up to 60 mph. They did so only because properly installed staples had no bearing on wind performance up to those speeds. Since building codes have been increasingly requiring the use of nails specifically for high-wind areas, UL has begun to perform its higher wind speed testing only using nails. Many current UL wind listings are based on using nails.
What About Building Codes?
The use of staples to install shingles is not permitted by most local building codes. The responsibility lies with the specifier or roofing contractor to verify that staples can be used, before signing a contract and accepting responsibility for the specified roofing material.