The look of your shingles may not be your top priority when choosing a roof – your biggest concern probably lies with performance. However, homeowners also have to consider the value of curb appeal, and CertainTeed shingles deliver both protection and aesthetic appeal, thanks to a variety of choices for colors and styles.
Whether you tend to prefer warm, sandy or reddish shades, or cooler gray and even green and blue tones, CertainTeed offers the shingles that best match your home and your personal style preferences. You can also select from over thirty styles of shingles, and several configurations to add an extra element of visual texture to your roof, from the clean lines and variegated wash of the Centennial Slate style, to the sweet scallops of the Carriage House style, to the stately bulk of the Grand Manner style, to the thick, natural, wood-like feel of the Presidential Shake style, and more.
Even if you don’t spend a lot of time looking at the top of your home, the roof is visible and it does have an impact on your overall curb appeal. The aesthetics of your roof can improve overall enjoyment of your property, as well as increase appeal to buyers, and even boost home value. If you have the opportunity to get both performance and beauty from your roof, why wouldn’t you? With top-rated CertainTeed shingles, you can have it all.
When it comes to replacing your roof, you can’t afford to skimp, but every homeowner naturally wants to get the most bang for their buck. CertainTeed shingles from Crest Exteriors provide you with the curb appeal and aesthetic value you prefer, as well as the performance and durability that will protect your home and family for years to come and deliver peace of mind.
We proudly serve areas of Texas in and around Dallas/Fort Worth, El Paso, San Antonio, and Tyler as well as Colorado Springs and Denver in Colorado, Kansas City, KS, and Atlanta, GA. Call Crest Exteriors at 855-316-7663 or click here to contact us today for your free inspection and estimate.
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