Match your home by roofing styles.

When considering what type of roofing to install, variables such as; the style of roofing your looking for, the over all aesthetics with your home,
or possibly the most evident cost. Let us help you guide you to making the right decision.
View information about roofing types.

Victorian

Victorian style homes’ ornate designs and bold color choices are most complementary with the Slate shingle family. Regarding color, a bolder color palette such as red, green, or blended grays provides a strong contrast to the rest of the home’s color scheme and architecture.
Country Mansion – Scalloped style tab shape will complement the ornate style of the Victorian architecture.
Grand Slate – Slate look has clean lines that will provide some contrast to the detailed portfolio of the Victorian Design.
Slateline – Similar to Grand Slate, Slateline will also provide a clean, simple slate look that will help accent the ornate Victorian facade.

Georgian

Georgian style homes are complimented best with the slate shingle family. The classical architectural lines, stately columns, and grandiose style match the classic lines and color families of the slate family. Typically, a more muted grey or black design matches the red brick fronts and classic designs of the Georgian style home.
Camelot – Its genuine slate appearance and ultra dimensionality will give a classic look to a Georgian style home.
Country Mansion – Artfully sculpted tabs with a tone-on-tone design creates dimensionality, yet maintains the integrity of the rest of the architecture on the roof.
Grand Slate – Simple and classic design is a strong fit for Georgian architecture.
Slateline – Similar to Grand Slate, the design is streamlined and basic, yet has dimensionality

Colonial

Colonial style homes have very square and typically more symmetrical look to them. This style is prevalent in the Northeast and Central areas, although it can be found anywhere in North America. Similar to Georgian style homes, the slate-look family of shingles is the best fit for this style (and is an indigenous roofing material that can be found in the Central and Northeast regions where Colonial architecture is very popular). Darker colors, such as grays and blacks with hints of red, blue, or other accents are a great fit for this type of home.
Grand Slate – Slate look provides a nice accent to a colonial style home, especially because slate is indigenous to the northern areas.
Slateline – Similarly, this is a slate look at a very affordable price; clean design emulates the look of slate at a fraction of the cost.
Camelot – Designer slate look creates dimensionality and a refined look on the roof, while still maintaining the integrity of the overall building architecture.
Camelot II – An affordable luxury option- same great design as Camelot!
Capstone – Random tab designer will look like a natural shake look (without the typical timberline route)

Colonial

Tudor style homes, with their steep pitched roofs, are great for showing off an elegant roof style. They are typically found in the Northeast and Central areas and have muted tones on the front facade accented with brown or grey cross-gables. When choosing your roof color, think about warm grays and browns that will compliment the rest of the house.
Slateline – Tudor style steeply pitched roof will give you the opportunity to make the roof a major part of the curb-appeal of the home; slate or another premium designer shingle is an ideal fit because of this.
Camelot – This universal design can work well with this distinct architectural style. The classic slate lines in a warm color palette fit nicely with Tudor style homes.

Ranch Style

This was one of the most dominant architectural styles in the United states from the 1960s through present day architecture. Ranch style homes are characterized by their one-story design with very low-pitched roofs and very long and spread-out floor plans. In most cases, the roof will be larger than that of a two-story home, so the roof can have a big impact on the look of the home. Both style and color choices are wide-spread as this architectural style matches with a very wide variety of shingle styles and colors. Regarding color, more neutral tones are safe bets for this home including browns, black, and grays.
Grand Sequoia – Will give a distinct and very dimensional look to the roof, giving a better curb appeal to a more simplistic ranch design.
Grand Canyon – For a premium solution, get this ultra-dimensional version, our premium wood-shake option.
Capstone – Random tab designer will look like a natural shake look (without the typical timberline route).
Timberline Shingles – Popular wood-shake look will match well with the architectural style of a the very versatile ranch-style house; with a neutral color pallet of browns, blacks, and grays, this shingle will have a lot of different color choices that will work well with this style home.
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