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Owens corning driftwood or teak?,

Posted by Lanced52 (My Page) on
Wed, Jul 10, 13 at 11:13

Anyone have pictures of their homes with owens corning oakridge driftwood or teak shingles? Having a hard time deciding

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RE: Owens corning driftwood or teak?,

Do a Google search under images, more than a few roof's will pop up.

RE: Owens corning driftwood or teak?,

Our house is driftwood

RE: Owens corning driftwood or teak?,

if you click on the picture it will turn over. it's hard to see the color in this pic, but driftwood has some bluegray, gray green, and touch of tan in it. i prefer it over teak by far, but i'm not sure what colors your home is in.

here's a pic of it under construction. you can see the colors better. the bricks look a little off in color in this pic. not sure why, but the roof looks pretty true to color

 photo ourbricks15.jpg

RE: Owens corning driftwood or teak?,

We have the Driftwood.

This post was edited by steph0509 on Thu, Jul 11, 13 at 21:34

RE: Owens corning driftwood or teak?,

Do you think OC driftwood or GAF Timberline Weathered Wood would look better on our home with the brick that we have in the front. We will be painting the house soon some greige or taupe color. Worried that the Driftwood has too much blue gray in it and lighter than I want. Yet I think the Weathered Wood might be too brown. Am really looking for a greyish brown roof. Which one???

RE: Owens corning driftwood or teak?,

How about a picture of the full house, can't get a good idea as it involves more than just brick color.

This post was edited by millworkman on Mon, May 26, 14 at 11:21

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