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New Exterior Roofing Trends in Fall 2023

When it comes to curb appeal, a lot of homeowners overlook the importance of their roofs. It’s a known fact that having a solid roof over your head is vital, as it prevents the outdoor elements from getting in. But the roof is more than just a protective covering because for most homes, the roof comprises at least half – if not more – of the visible shell of your home’s exterior, so it’s also an important design element. The look of your roof has a direct impact on your home’s curb appeal. So if you’re looking to enhance the aesthetics of the exterior of your house, look up!

If you are looking to replace your roof and you really want to maximize your curb appeal, rather than going with something that has a run-of-the-mill look, consider one of the latest trends.


Metal roofs aren’t new, but for a long time, they were primarily used in agricultural (barns, for example), commercial, and industrial applications. In recent years, however, metal has become a hot residential roofing material, and for good reason, as it’s durable, functional, easy to maintain, economical, and it lends an unexpected and unique look to a home. Metal roofing comes in an assortment of colors and styles, and it can really take your curb appeal to the next level.

Contrasting Colors

Contrasting colors is another big trend in residential roofing. A lot of homeowners are opting for roofs that contrast with the color of the exterior of their homes; for example, if their siding is white, they’re opting for roofs, and if their siding is dark, they’re going with lighter colors for their roofs. Because the structure makes up so much of the visible portion of the shell of your home, it shouldn’t fade into the background; rather, it should stand out, and using a color that contrasts with the rest of your home’s façade is a great way to draw attention to this important design element.

Blending Colors, Materials, Shapes, and Textures

Blending colors, materials, shapes, and textures is a super-hot roofing trend that’s here to stay. While using all of the same elements may create a cohesive look, it’s also expected and to be frank, it’s kind of bland and boring. To break away from the monotony, homeowners are fusing a variety of elements into their roof design. For example, using shingles in shades from the same color family, or combining a mixture of materials, textures, and shapes, such as metal, stone, wood, tile, and even multi-dimensional shapes.

Flat Roofs

Traditionally used for commercial buildings, flat roofs have become increasingly popular in the residential space, as they’re both practical and offer an unexpected look. Despite the name, a flat roof isn’t actually flat; rather, the slow is very low (somewhere between ¼ and ½ inch per foot), which allows for drainage. Flat roofs provide several advantages over sloped roofs that many homeowners find appealing; for example, they offer more space than sloped roofs and are ideal for larger homes, and they take less time and they’re more cost-effective to both install and repair than sloped roofs. Of course, they also add an unexpected, modern look to a home’s exterior.

Final Thoughts

The above are just some of the top residential roofing trends for 2023. Whatever style and design you choose, making sure that your roof is constructed of high-quality materials and that it’s properly installed is imperative so that it will not only look great, but more importantly, so that it will serve its intended purpose: protecting the interior of your home.

Prime Roofing has specialized in residential roofing in Jacksonville, FL for over a decade, and homeowners everywhere in Duval County count on us for staying up to date on their roofing and home maintenance. Call us today at (904) 530-1446 to speak with a roofing expert about your project.

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