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GAF

Discover the Excellence of GAF Roofing with the perfect installation from State Roofing At State Roofing, we take pride in partnering with industry leaders, and GAF is no exception. As the leading manufacturer of roofing materials in the United States, GAF has set the standard for quality, durability, and innovation in the roofing industry.

Why Choose GAF?

  • Quality You Can Trust: GAF products are synonymous with excellence. Their roofing materials undergo rigorous testing to ensure they can withstand the harshest weather conditions, providing your home with superior protection.
  • Wide Range of Options: GAF offers a diverse selection of roofing shingles, from classic styles to modern designs, allowing you to find the perfect match for your home’s aesthetic.
  • Energy Efficiency: GAF’s roofing systems are designed to enhance energy efficiency, helping you reduce your environmental footprint and save on energy bills.
  • Warranty Assurance: When you choose GAF products installed by State Roofing, you benefit from industry-leading warranties, providing peace of mind for years to come.

Our Expertise with GAF

As a trusted partner of GAF, State Roofing is well-versed in their products and installation techniques. Our team of roofing professionals is trained to deliver GAF roofing solutions with precision and care, ensuring the longevity and beauty of your roof.

GAF Roofing Systems

Styles, Colors, configurations, and price-points designed to fit your needs. https://www.gaf.com/en-us/roof-design/gaf-home-remodeler

Timberline® Roofing Shingles
Timberline® Lifetime Architectural Roofing Shingles – North America’s #1 Selling Shingle. Also known as “laminate” shingles, they’re made with multiple layers which are fused together, resulting in a rich, multidimensional look.

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