Photos of the GAF, Camelot, Williamsburg Slate, shingles that Mark Flynn put on the roof of his house in Grants Pass, Oregon.  
 
 
  GAF Camelot Williamsburg Slate The Camelot Williamsburg Slate shingle transformed the look of this house.  I choose the Williamsburg Slate because they were lighter in color and complemented the white house paint.  Also the earth around my house has slight reddish hue and the terra cotta in the shingle lends a look of believability.  The overall color of this roof leans towards gray-green.  And the last (bottom) photo in this series best represents the cobble texture and color of the roof.  Looking at this photo, move your eyes back four or five feet from your monitor to best appreciate this roofing material's look.      
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  GAF Camelot Williamsburg Slate The proportionate size of the Camelot shingles tab, 7 1/2 inch exposure,  work well with smaller roof areas. And the steeper the pitch of the roof, the better the shingles look. Also because of the way the light plays off the color, the shingles on the south facing surface look stunning.      
         
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  GAF Camelot Williamsburg Slate These shingles are heavy.  They weigh about 500 pounds per square.  So check to be sure that your building can support the weight.

The GAF Camelot shingle requires a high level of roofing expertise to install.  Find a competent roofer who is familiar with installing the Camelot.  Ask to see examples of his work.

And finally, this roof cost me about twenty-one grand.  Almost twice the price of other conventional asphalt shingle roofs.  The extra expense was worth it for me because every time I look at this roof I'm happy.  Plus the roof significantly boosted the curb appeal of the house and easily added twenty grand to the value of this property.

 

     
         
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