What’s versatile, full of granules and brown all over? Nothing other than a Weatherwood shingle, of course!
Take a stroll down your neighborhood. You’re likely to run into more than a few homes with this classic shingle color adorned atop the roofs, so what is so appealing about this shingle color? Keep reading to find out.
Almost all major shingle manufacturers produce residential shingles with this color option. From Tamko to Owens Corning, the options are endless for homeowners in search of this timeless brown hue. IKO’s Cambridge IR with Armourzone Weatherwood shingle boasts of extreme weather protection. GAF’s Timberline HD Weathered Wood shingle gives the appearance of a genuine wood shake look. What do these shingles have in common? There is the opportunity for endless options when it comes to perfecting other exterior components of your home.
This shingle is made up of a few different colors: brown, light brown, and charcoal. “It’s one of the most common colors used on roofs and goes with almost all exterior home colors,” says Aspen Manage Repair specialist, Tracy.
When you are ready to update your siding, gutters or other exterior elements, you will find peace of mind knowing that your roof won’t clash with your chosen color option. Furthermore, you can also stress this factor to a potential home buyer if you’ve just updated your roof with Weatherwood shingles.
“I have worked with several real estate agents. Quite often they will ask for a shingle color that will not only look good but also appeal to the majority or consumers. Weatherwood is perfect as it gives a home curb appeal while also giving a new homeowner the ability to change the exterior without worrying if the roof will match,” says Aspen Field Manager, Blake.
Here at Aspen, we’re no stranger to the magic of Weatherwood shingles. Check out a few homes we’ve transformed with this timeless shingle. From Oregon to South Carolina, this shingle option is popular with property owners across the country.
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