Problem: A fierce storm in April of 2015 brought 80 mph winds to the Wichita, Kansas area. The severe winds ripped off part of the expansive roof on the Boorigie home in two different areas.
Solution: Homeowner, Laurie Boorigie, contacted her trusted roofer, Bill McCormack at Eaton Roofing. The company had expertly replaced a roof on their previous home and Laurie confidently relied on McCormack for a new roof recommendation.
"Bill suggested the DaVinci roofing product because it was impact-resistant and had a great reputation," says Boorigie. "I was reluctant at first to put plastic tiles on our house. But, after talking with an architect, I was assured it was a good, reliable product. Then I spoke to our insurance agent with State Farm, and he told us our premiums would go down 30% if we changed to the DaVinci product due to its resistance of high winds, hail, fire and impact!" (See also: Oklahoma Homeowners Get Insurance Discounts with DaVinci Roofscapes Impact-Resistant Roofs)
The Boorigie family made the switch to a Bellaforté Slate Black roof to top their traditional home with an English flair. The black roofing complements the home's dark shutters and black iron light fixtures.
"We've received many compliments on the look of our new synthetic slate roof," says Boorigie. "Since we replaced our roof with DaVinci composite roofing three other homes in our neighborhood have done the same thing!
"In Kansas we have very severe weather with high winds, large hail and occasionally tornadoes. Having an impact-resistant roof gives you some peace-of-mind. We're happy to refer our friends and family to Eaton Roofing based on our exceptional experiences with them. And now we're equally pleased to refer people to DaVinci Roofscapes."