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Guys i'm new to the site and have a pretty basic question so hang in there with me and please give me your professional advice.

What is the most popular asphalt shingle in terms of color and style?

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In my area, a 30 yr Weathered Wood laminate.

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weatherd wood and pewter grey are the two big ones.

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Same here as Axiom.


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For me I sell the Gaf/Elf Fox Hollow Gray mostly...Was Elk ,Birch wood. I never return extra,I just leave them in the truck,and sell them on the next eastimate.

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Weathered Wood here.


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Weatherwood it is!

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Here its weathered wood with moire black running a close second. All the other colors are way behind.


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I like the grey - my sunroom is fox hollow grey

A lot of houses just seem to have black roofs


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30 yr arch weathered wood is 80% or more of my business


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30 yr arc. gray or wht.

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last year we did alot of the pewter grey and aspen greys and like 30-40% of the many roofs we did were desert tan --did an awful puke mixed with baby food pea green one too


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Me loves black


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hickory (burnt sienna) and charcoal have been very popular for me the past few years.


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Wow! that was perfect. needed a alot of advice and got it. thank you all for the help. i'm new to the business but more on the end of supplying shingles.

thank you all again,
Ken


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