GAF roof shingle colors

Whatever your style, find the perfect GAF roof shingle color to complement your home.

Get inspired by GAF roofing shingle colors

GAF shingles are built to help protect your home, and they’re designed to beautify it too. We’ve made it easy to enhance the look of your home and heighten its curb appeal by offering a wide array of roof shingle colors in our most popular styles.

Weathered Wood

It’s no surprise more GAF customers have been inspired by the rich tones and neutral highlights of Weathered Wood than any other shingle color. Weathered Wood brings out the ultra-dimensional wood-shake look of our Timberline HDZ® shingles exceptionally well.

Charcoal

Pewter Gray

Barkwood

Shakewood

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CLASSIC AND DISTINCTIVE

Black & Gray roof shingles

Gray is a calming, neutral color sitting between the extremes of black and white allowing to be a great backdrop when combining with other colors. It is the transition of light to dark, giving you the freedom to explore the range in between.

Black is a formal and dignified color that gives a sense of sophistication. As a roof shingle color it is often paired with white homes, but it can provide an elegant contrast to almost any paint, siding, or brick color.

Charcoal

Pewter Gray

Oyster Gray

Birchwood

Fox Hollow Gray

White

Slate

Williamsburg Slate

RUSTIC AND ROMANTIC

Brown & Red roof shingles

Brown is simple and dependable. Its earthy shades offer a sense warmth while allowing other colors on a home to appear richer and brighter.

Red is confident and romantic. It’s a bold alternative for those seeking a unique alternative to black roof shingles on a white home.

Weathered Wood

Shakewood

Barkwood

Mission Brown

Patriot Red

Hickory

Sunset Brick

BALANCED AND NEUTRAL

Beige & Gold roof shingles

Beige is flexible and calming. In a roof shingle, it helps balance boldness and offers a relaxed, blended look with like-colored exteriors.

Gold is associated with luxury and extravagance but its closeness to yellow gives it feeling of warmth and happiness.

Copper Canyon

Driftwood

Golden Amber

Golden Harvest

NATURAL AND SOOTHING

Blue & Green roof shingles

Green is the color of balance and renewal. Another roof shingle color that is often found on white homes, it gives a sense of sustainability and harmony with nature.

Blue is the color of tranquility and security. Resembling both sky and sea, it comfortably blends into its surroundings.

Hunter Green

Biscayne Blue

Additional shingle color resources

Consider a color that not only complements your house but also your neighborhood. A certified GAF contractor is also a great resource for figuring out the best roof shingle color for you. To get a feel for how a color works with your home, try our Virtual Remodeler.

GAF shingle styles

Our shingles fit with both current and historical home designs. Looking for a roof that works well with your home and complements what’s in your community? Start by looking at similar homes in your neighborhood and take note of their roofing shingles. Contractors can help you identify the products.

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The perfect choice for first-time buyers, these shingles add beauty and performance to any roof.
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More homeowners in North America rely on Timberline® Shingles than any other brand. They offer just the right combination of beauty, performance, and reliability
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Designer Shingles
Sophisticated designs, custom color palettes, and high performance, GAF Designer Shingles are only a fraction of the cost of traditional slate or wood shakes
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