Synthetic Slate Roofing
Consider genuine and synthetic slate when making a choice for your roofing plans.
Genuine slate roofing can be a good choice for home roofing. It is a natural material that is rigid and strong, and depending on where it was quarried, the quality, color and longevity will vary. It is fireproof, strong enough to resist a hail storm,
and is aesthetically appealing. Its natural beauty will enhance the
beauty and value of your home, the most common colors being tan, black,
gray, red, purple, or green. The colors vary according to the various
minerals found in it.
Along with its long durability and low maintenance, genuine slate roofing also:
- Does not stain
- Does not require a sealant
- Resists chipping and cracking
- Comes in a variety of shapes, sizes, and patterns
- Offers warmth and elegance
- Provides unsurpassed insulation from heat and cold
- Resists acid and pollutants
Synthetic slate roofing
is made from engineered polymer, along with other fillers and
modifiers. They offer homeowners a significant cost and maintenance
- Looks just as real as genuine slate
- Comes in a wide variety of colors, thicknesses, blends, and widths
- Is estimated to last 50 or more years
- Is fire resistant
- Is lighter, less expensive, and easier to repair than genuine slate
Whether you choose genuine or synthetic slate roofing, prepare to beautify your home with curb appeal and a roofing option that naturally blends into its surroundings and provides you with a long lasting, energy efficient roof.
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