Asphalt Roofing Colors
Asphalt roofing colors are only limited by your imagination nowadays and can be made to mimic the textures of wood, cedar, or slate.
Asphalt shingles are now the leading choice for residential roofing in the United States not only because they come in so many variety of colors, but also because they provide quality, durability, versatility, and value for money.
On annual level, this translates to over 12.5 billion square feet of asphalt shingle products being manufactured annually which is equivalent to the roofing needs of about 5 million homes every year.
Today, four out of every five homes are roofed with asphalt shingles.
The product development on asphalt shingles has lead to there now being the broadest array of colors, shapes, and textures available for asphalt of any roofing materials.
Thus, almost every type of architectural design and any desired effect can be achieved.
Pictures of existing asphalt roofings are the best evidence of the variety of colors you can choose from (links to pictures from ARMA (Asphalt Roofing Manufacturers Association):
asphaltroofing.org/styles_steep.html (photo gallery of 50 residential houses with asphalt shingles roofing)
asphaltroofing.org/styles_low.html (photo gallery of 17 commercial building with asphalt shingles roofing)
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