September 2005

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Shingles resemble wood shake

GAF Materials Corp. has released its Grand Timberline™ premium architectural shingles that feature highly contrasted color blends and are the largest and thickest Timberline shingle.

The Grand Timberline shingles are 17 inches by 40 inches and said to be 33 percent thicker and up to 50 percent larger than standard architectural shingles. They also are said to replicate the appearance of traditional "sawn" wood shakes at a fraction of the cost of more expensive wood shakes.

The product also features GAF Materials' Super-Heavyweight "Plus" construction for durability; a double row of Dura Grip™ adhesive to reduce blow-off risk; and Micro Weave® core for protection. The shingles are said to withstand winds...

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