Slate Roofing

One of the highest quality, longest lasting roofing materials available.

A properly constructed slate roof can last more than 100 years, making it an ideal choice for distinctive homes deserving of the very best in architectural look and roofing lifespan. If the 20 or 30 year lifespan of a traditional roof doesn't meet your needs, you may want to consider the many benefits slate can offer.

Slate provides a truly beautiful appearance, and can be installed in a variety of sizes and thicknesses. Available colors include grey, green, purple, black and red.

The look of your slate roof can be enhanced by choosing random sized pieces or graduated sizes. A graduated slate roofs are often found on large instritutional buildings are are made with large, thick slates at the eves which reduce in size and thickness as the slate moves up to the ridge. This creates an ornamental architectural design, presenting a specialized look as seen in this photograph.

Slate roofing is a great choice for high-end residential and commercial construction.

Fire Resistance
Slate roofing is one of the most fire resistant roofing options available. The tiles themselves are 100% fireproof, reducing the chance of fire spreading from fireworks, wildfires, or nearby structures.

Environmentally Friendly
The burden to our landfills caused by discarded asphalt roofing accounts for more than 5% of the total waste created each year. A roof that lasts a century has obvious benefits in reduced waste.

Architectural Details
Professionally installed, carefully crafted slate roofs add interest to a roof with saddle hips, mitered valleys, gutters, and rake treatments.

When found on older buildings, the features and details of a slate roof are important historical elements that should be maintained and preserved.