PRESENTED BY

Allen Roofing

525 Old State Rd., Ellisville, MO 63021                636-391-1117                aroofing.net
ABOUT

More homeowners and professional installers in North America rely on Timberline HD® Shingles than any other brand. They offer just the right combination of beauty, performance, and reliability in a genuine wood-shake look — and can help improve your home’s resale value. When you install Timberline HD® Shingles with Advanced Protection® Shingle Technology, you’re getting rugged, dependable performance. And you’ll not only protect your most valuable asset — you’ll also beautify your home for years to come.

SPECS
SPECIFICATIONS (ALL DIMENSIONS ARE NOMINAL)
AWARDS & RECOGNITIONGood Housekeeping Rated
DIMENSIONS (SP)13 1/4″ x 39 3/8″(336.55 mm x 1 m)
STAINGUARD®Yes
ALGAE STAIN PROTECTIONStainGuard® Protection
$ – $$$$$$
DURABILITY & TOUGHNESSAdvanced Protection Shingle with GAF Dura Grip Adhesive
EXPOSURE5 5/8″ (144 mm)
EXTREME WEATHER IMPACT RATEDNo
FIRE RATINGHighest Rating – Class A
MATERIALFiberglass Asphalt Construction
WIND WARRANTY130 mph
WIND RATING130 mph
SHINGLE STYLEWood-Shake Look
SHINGLE TYPEArchitectural Shingles
APPROX. NAILS/SQ256
CODES & APPLICABLE STANDARDS
FBCState of Florida approved
ICCESR-1475
ICC AC438ESR-3267 – Obtained ESR 3267 evaluation from ICC Evaluation Services based on compliance with the requirements of AC438, an acceptance criteria established by ICC Evaluation Services to evaluate asphalt shingles that contains performance tests in addition to those required by the building code. (ICC Evaluation Services provides technical evaluations of building products that directly address the issue of code compliance. Building inspectors use these evaluation reports to help determine code compliance and enforce building regulations.)
MIAMI-DADE COUNTYMiami-Dade County Product Control approved
TDITexas Department of Insurance listed
TESTING METHODS
ASTM D3018Yes
ASTM D3161Class F
ASTM D3462Yes – Meets ASTM D3462
ASTM D7158Yes (Periodically tested by independent and internal labs to ensure compliance with ASTM D3462 at time of manufacture).
CSA A123.5Yes – Refers to shingles sold only in Canada.
TAS 100-95Yes
UL 790Class A
UL 997Modified to 110 mph
ENERGY RATING
ENERGY STAR® CERTIFIED (U.S. ONLY)Yes (White only)
TITLE 24 (CALIFORNIA ENERGY COMMISSION)Yes (White, Birchwood, Copper Canyon, & Golden Amber only)
MIAMI 21 (FLORIDA BUILDING CODE)Yes
SHIPPING AND PACKAGING
APPROX. PIECES/SQ64
APPROX. BUNDLES/SQ3
DOCS

Application Instructions

 
Steep-Slope ProField Guide Version 1.0 (English)
 
Timberline® Series Application Instructions (English/Spanish/French)

 

Brochures


GAF Residential Full Line Brochure (French)
 
RESGN100 – GAF Residential Full Line Brochure – 2019
 
RESGN100F – Residential Full Line Brochure (Canada French) 2019
 
RESGN245 – GAF Wind Story Brochure – 2019
 
RESTL100 – Timberline® Brochure – 2020
 
RESTL104F – Timberline HD® Brochure (Canadian/French) 2020
 
Timberline HD® Timbermonials Brochure

 

Codes


A List of GAF Energy Saving Products Ratings – 2020
 
California Title 24, Part 6
 
GAF Asphalt Shingles – Florida Approval FL10124-R26
 
GAF Shingle Products – ICC ESR-1475
 
GAF Shingle Products – ICC ESR-3267 (AC438)
 
GAF Timberline HD®, Timberline® Natural Shadow®, Timberline® NS, Timberline® American Harvest®, Timberline® AH, Timberline® HDZ™

 

CSI Formatted Specs


Timberline HD Shingles – CSI Specification

 

Data Sheets


Cool Roof Sell Sheet
 
ShingleMatch™ Roof Accessory Paint – Complementary Colors Matrix
 
Timberline HD® Data Sheet
 
Title 24 Sell Sheet

 

Details (By Roof Area)


SS-TS-02 Timberline Series Shingle Sealant Location – DWG
 
SS-TS-02 Timberline Series Shingle Sealant Location – PDF
 
SS-TS-03a Timberline Series Shingle Nail Placement (Metric Size) – DWG
 
SS-TS-03a Timberline Series Shingle Nail Placement (Metric Size) – PDF
 
SS-TS-04 Timberline Series Shingle Installation – DWG
 
SS-TS-04 Timberline Series Shingle Installation – PDF
 
SS-TS-05 Timberline Series Step Flashing – DWG
 
SS-TS-05 Timberline Series Step Flashing – PDF
 
SS-TS-06 Timberline Series Wall Flashing – DWG
 
SS-TS-06 Timberline Series Wall Flashing – PDF
 
SS-TS-07 Timberline Series Chimney Flashing – DWG
 
SS-TS-07 Timberline Series Chimney Flashing- PDF
 
SS-TS-08 Timberline Series Chimney Cricket – DWG
 
SS-TS-08 Timberline Series Chimney Cricket – PDF
 
SS-TS-09 Timberline Series Open Valley – DWG
 
SS-TS-09 Timberline Series Open Valley – PDF
 
SS-TS-10 Timberline Series Closed Valley – DWG
 
SS-TS-10 Timberline Series Closed Valley – PDF

 

Product Logos


Timberline HD Product Logo (eps)
 
Timberline HD Product Logo 2 (eps)

 

Safety Data Sheets (SDS)


Timberline® Shingles – SDS #2093
 
Timberline® Shingles SDS – #2093 (French)

 

Technical Points & Bulletins


Exposed Nails on Shingles – TAB-R-2011-109

 

Warranty Information


RESWT160 – GAF Shingle & Accessory Limited Warranty – 2020
 
043 – System Plus Limited Warranty – 2020
 
089 – Golden Pledge® Limited Warranty – 2020
 
All-American Pledge™ Roof Guarantee
 
RESWT161F – LEGAL – Golden Pledge® Limited Warranty (French)
 
RESWT161S – LEGAL – Golden Pledge® Limited Warranty (Spanish)
 
RESWT163 – GAF Roofing System Limited Warranty – 2020
 
Silver Pledge™ Limited Warranty
 
Smart Choice® Shingle International Warranty
VIDEOS

 
How to Install GAF Timberline HD Shingles at Roof Penetrations | GAF Pro Series
A basic demonstration for roofing contractors and homeowners on how to install GAF Timberline HD Shingles around a vent pipe. Learn more at https://www.gaf.com/en-us/products/timberline-hd Pro Series by GAF provides step-by-step instructions on how to install GAF roofing products for better safety and efficiency. Video details include ridge cap placement and preparation guide. Ver en Español: https://youtu.be/Cms5eQ6t5oU

 
GAF Pro Series Timberline® Shingles Hips
Detailed installation of Timberline shingles at the hips. Ver en Español: https://youtu.be/DzrZ1zWvoHA

 
How to Install Timberline HD Shingles with the Closed-Cut Valley Method | GAF Pro Series
A basic demonstration for roofing contractors and homeowners on how to install GAF Timberline Shingles using the closed-cut valley method. Learn more at https://www.gaf.com/en-us/roofing-products/residential-roofing-products/shingles/timberline/architectural/timberline-hd Pro Series by GAF provides step-by-step instructions on how to install GAF roofing products for better safety and efficiency. Video details include nailing techniques and optimal trim angles. Ver en Español: https://youtu.be/n13wf1aRKdc

 
How to Install Timberline HD Shingles | GAF Pro Series
A basic demonstration for roofing contractors and homeowners on how to install GAF Timberline HD Shingles. Learn more at https://www.gaf.com/en-us/products/timberline-hd Pro Series by GAF provides step-by-step instructions on how to install GAF roofing products for better safety and efficiency. Video details include nail placement and trimming measurements. Ver en Español: https://youtu.be/XAL6BANBppQ

 
Tejas HD de Timberline – Instalación en Penetraciones de Techo | GAF Serie Pro
En este video, enseñaremos paso a paso la instalación de las tejas alrededor de un tubo de ventilación. Watch in English: https://youtu.be/evyTWW4uAu8

 
Tejas HD de Timberline – Instalación Básica | GAF Serie Pro
En este video, enseñaremos paso a paso la instalación básica de tejas dimensionales Timberline de GAF. Watch in English: https://youtu.be/PjKQZjmA0nw

 
Tejas HD de Timberline – Instalación de Valle con Corte Cerrado | GAF Serie Pro
En este video, enseñaremos paso a paso la instalación de las tejas en forma de valle utilizando el método de corte cerrado. Watch in English: https://youtu.be/8Fk7kap4o64

 
Tejas HD de Timberline – Instalación de Faldón | GAF Serie Pro
En este video, enseñaremos paso a paso la instalación de tejas sobre faldones. Watch in English: https://youtu.be/HIyjECFK4Uc

 
How to Nail Roof Shingles | Mastering the Roof by GAF
GAF- Mastering The Roof (chapter 08) Proper fastening is critical to the perfvormance of any roof system. This chapter will demonstrate how to properly nail roofing shingles. Visit GAF to learn about our roofing products at: https://www.gaf.com/

 
How to Install GAF Timberline Shingles | Mastering the Roof by GAF
GAF- Mastering The Roof (chapter 11) This video demonstrates the proper installation technique for Timberline® Shingles. Before we go further, I want to make a quick comment about shingle racking. Racking is the straight up application of shingles, and although some contractors use this method to install 3-Tabs (strips) and even some laminates, this method is not recommended by GAF for any shingle and is not acceptable for any GAF laminated shingle. Racking often makes color variations more noticeable, and can lead to shingle damage. It can also result in missing fasteners, which increases the risk of blow-offs. Another problem with racking, especially in cold weather, is that when you bend a shingle to slip another shingle under it, you may damage or break the shinlge. This may not be visible at the time of installation. VOICE OVER The first course, after the installation of the starter course, begins with a full shingle laid flush with the starter course at the eave and rake. Move left to right or right to left, but not straight up the roof in a “rack”. Place the shingle so that it is flush with the starter course with the start course over hanging the eave or drip edge by 1/4” to 3/4”. Remember in high wind areas install a leak barrier along the rakes for added protection, and install starter shingles up the rake. Place the second shingle next to the first. Then continue across the roof. The Timberline series shingles will require four nails unless the local code requires six. Trim six inches from the first shingle of the second course. Place the butt of the shingle at the top of the dragon teeth of the underlying shingle. Full shingles are then placed across the roof to complete the course. The third course starts with a shingle that has had eleven inches trimmed from the rake edge. It is placed over the second course with the butt at the top of the saw tooth of the underlying shingle. For the fourth course trim 17 inches off the shingle. On the fifth course the pattern starts over with a whole shingle. Install the next course, course 6, the same as course #2, and continue the staggered pattern up the roof. About every sixth course, strike a chalk line to check parallel alignment with the eaves. The easiest way to get a clean, straight edge is to snap a chalk line along the overhang you want and cut the shingles to the line. For three tab shingles, begin by installing a starter course. You should use GAF’s WeatherBlocker or Pro-Start starter strip. Always make sure that you install the starter course with the Dura Grip adhesive strip face up and on the side closest to the eaves to seal this edge. A recommended practice is to stair-step the 3 tab shingles by cutting off one-half tab for each course. This gives you a six course sequence for the 3 tab shingles. Place the shingle so that it is flush with the starter course over hanging the eave or drip edge by 1/4” to 3/4”. Use a whole shingle to begin the first course, starting at the rake. In some cases it may be necessary to trim the first shingle so that you don’t end up with a sliver of a tab at the opposite rake.

 
GAF Timberline HD Shingles are America’s #1 Selling Roof | We Protect What Matters Most
They’ve been relied on by more than 50 million Americans… …because of over 130 years of continuous innovation …known for their legendary performance …and long-lasting beauty. They’re GAF Timberline High-Definition shingles The #1 selling roof in North America Built with our Advanced Protection Technology…

 
How to Install GAF Timberline Shingles | GAF Spanish
GAF- Mastering The Roof (chapter 11) This video demonstrates the proper installation technique for Timberline® Shingles. GAF – Hágase un experto en techos (capítulo 11)

 
How to Properly Install [Shingle] Roofing Valleys (Español) | Mastering the Roof by GAF
GAF- Mastering The Roof (chapter 12) This video demonstrates the proper installation technique for installing roofing valleys; the open, woven, and closed cut methods are demonstrated. Valleys are a prime leak area, so it’s important to be careful. GAF-Hágase un experto en techos (capítulo 12)

 
How to Shingle Roof Valleys | Mastering the Roof by GAF
This video demonstrates the proper installation technique for installing roofing valleys; the open, woven, and closed cut methods are demonstrated. Valleys are a 
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