Terms Used In Texas Property Code 202.011

A property owners’ association may not include or enforce a provision in a dedicatory instrument that prohibits or restricts a property owner who is otherwise authorized to install shingles on the roof of the owner’s property from installing shingles that:
(1) are designed primarily to:
(A) be wind and hail resistant;
(B) provide heating and cooling efficiencies greater than those provided by customary composite shingles; or
(C) provide solar generation capabilities; and
(2) when installed:
(A) resemble the shingles used or otherwise authorized for use on property in the subdivision;
(B) are more durable than and are of equal or superior quality to the shingles described by Paragraph (A); and
(C) match the aesthetics of the property surrounding the owner’s property.