Purchase roof shingles at major retailers such as The Home Depot and Lowe's. Prices and availability vary by store, so check with the local store for more information.
Lowe's sells a wide variety of roof shingles by manufacturers such as Owens Corning and GAF. Popular styles include the Owens Corning Oakridge Laminated Architectural Roof Shingles, which, as of October, 2015, sold for around $26 and came in colors such as driftwood, desert tan and onyx black. The GAF Timberline Natural Shadow Charcoal Laminated Architectural Roof Shingles also has high reviews from customers.
The Home Depot also sells GAF shingles along with those from the Onduvilla brand. Some of the popular shingle types, based on customer reviews, include the Onduvilla 42-inch by 16-inch terracotta shingles and the GAF Timbertex Hickory Hip and Ridge Shingles. Colors and bundle sizes of these and other shingles vary by brand.-
When shopping for shingles, first measure the roof. Asphalt shingles are those used most often on homes and are generally the least expensive. Shingles are sold in squares, and one square is equal to 100 square feet. Consider the weather when purchasing shingles, and buy shingles that can stand up the different weather situations of a particular area. Take into account the longevity of the shingles and if the new roofing can add resale value to the home.