Posted on February 28, 2021


If you’ve had the same roof for a while or if it’s starting to look a little worn, you might be thinking that it’s time to get a new roof. Yet, you may have found that there are a variety of roofing options. Luckily, there are three things you can do to decide on your perfect new roof. 

Take a Look Around 

Chances are that many of your neighbors have a home that is a similar style to yours. See what you like and what you don’t like. When possible, look at homes that have new roofs, both in your neighborhood and in other nearby areas. Your chosen roofer can likely direct you to homes where they’ve recently put in a new roof

Visit with a Roofing Company 

A roofing provider can help you better understand your options. They can show you pictures of homes with specific single colors and styles on them. They can also explain the differences between two styles or colors that may look similar on the surface. If you are completely unsure what you want, a roofing expert can even provide advice based on what’s popular as well as what others in a similar situation have chosen.  

Request Samples 

Once you have an idea of what colors and styles you like, request a sample or samples. Seeing the samples in-person next to your home will allow you to better envision how the shingles will look on your home. Make sure the color doesn’t clash with your siding color, the color of your shutters, or any other aspect of your home. You may need to place the sample against your house and then stand out in your driveway or the road to get a feel for the overall effect created.  

If you are a homeowner living in Atlanta and you need a new roof, be sure to check out Total Pro Roofing, a Consumers’ Choice award-winning roofing company. Total Roof Pro is an authorized dealer of CertainTeed. CertainTeed focuses on providing energy-efficient products while reducing the impact on the environment.  


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