Dimensional (Architectural) Shingles from Your Grand Rapids Roofer, Sherriff-Goslin

If you are in the market for a new roof and desire the best value add for your shingles, look no further than dimensional, or architectural, shingles from your Grand Rapids roofer, Sherriff-Goslin. Dimensional shingles are most often recognized as a home’s final touch of curb appeal. For the ultimate return on your investment discover the aesthetic appeal, durability, and ease of installation offered with every stack of dimensional shingles.

Aesthetic Appeal

The three-dimensional texture of these shingles offers added depth, which helps the shingle’s color pop as it wraps around every hip and ridge. And for added flare, dimensional shingles are often designed to look like slate or wood. This allows you the benefit of the slate or wood look, at the price of asphalt shingles. Also, not to be forgotten is the variety of colors available for your selection, as you are sure to find the perfect hue to compliment your home.


While style and beauty are important qualities in any shingle, durability is also needed to ensure their pristine condition is protected throughout the roof’s lifespan. Equally tough as they are beautiful, Atlas Stormproof shingles provide the durability needed to give you peace of mind for years to come. The multiple layers provide the added weight needed to help earn a strong wind resistance of up to 130 mph. The built in rubberized SBS (Styrene Butadiene Styrene) polymer provides impact resistance, which allows the granules to stay intact and preserves the shingles’ true aesthetic appeal. And Atlas Stormproof shingles infused with an algae resistant copper granule additive helps reduce or even eliminate the black streaks caused by algae spores. These are the traits you need to help your shingles retain their natural color for many, many years.

Ease of Installation

Dimensional shingles’ flexibility makes them compatible with many roof designs for added ease of installation and fewer mistakes during the installation process. And thanks to their added layers, dimensional shingles are able to hide unsightly imperfections — many of which would otherwise be left exposed with other styles.