Protect and Beautify Your Home with GAF Timberline AS II Shingles
If the time has come to reroof your New Jersey home, Victory Home Remodeling recommends the GAF Timberline AS II roofing material. It’s a premium product that will perform well for many years to come and deliver an excellent return on your investment, and Victory ensures it because we’re a GAF Master Elite roofing contractor with certified roofers who have extensive experience with this roofing system.
What Is GAF Timberline AS II?
GAF is the leading brand of roofing materials in the world and has innovated many of the features that we now associate with the modern architectural shingle. Timberline AS II is one of the brand’s most popular products. Timberline refers to the wood-inspired aesthetic. AS stands for ArmorShield, which is a product line that provides Class 4 impact resistance, and the II indicates that this is the second generation of this shingle design. Class 4 impact resistance is important in areas that experience high winds and potentially hail, and it may make you eligible for home insurance discounts. GAF Timberline AS II comes with the WindProven limited wind warranty and the 25-year StainGuard Plus algae protection warranty. You can also gain a GAF lifetime limited warranty by having this shingle installed by a GAF Master Elite contractor along with at least three qualifying GAF accessories.
Is It Time to Install a New Roof?
It’s better to install a new roof six months too early than a day too late, which is why Victory recommends proactive replacement with the GAF Timberline AS II system. While you may be able to get more time out of an old roof, you run the risk of a leak and other serious damage. We also encourage area homeowners to schedule an annual roof inspection in order to identify needed roof maintenance and have it performed in a timely manner. You should also perform regular inspections of your roof yourself from the ground. Keep an eye out for a sagging roof line, which is often best seen from across the street. You should also watch for missing or broken shingles, shingles that are losing their granules, damaged or rusted flashing, and any growth on the shingles, including algae, mold, or fungus.