A freak hail storm. Leaks through the ceiling. Splitting and cupping cedar shake shingles. Burnt tiles from a neighbor's July 4th celebration that had bottle rockets landing on your roof.
These are all things that can make you decide it's time to invest in a new roof. When you make that decision, we hope you will consider the value that DaVinci composite roofing can add to your home.
We're more than "just a pretty roof." We're a roof that helps protect your home. And, we're a roof that can pay you back on your investment. (See New DaVinci Roof = Cash in Your Wallet)
This is Insurance Awareness Day --- a good day to remind you that many insurance companies across the country offer appealing discounts when homeowners invest in our synthetic shake and simulated slate roofing tiles.
Why are these discounts offered? Because insurance companies KNOW that our composite roofing products resist impact, fire, insects and high winds ... and they're ready to reward you for deciding to purchase one of our designer roofs.
Listen to what homeowners have said about their savings with a DaVinci roof:
"We save about $2,000 a year on our homeowners insurance premiums with AAA since having our DaVinci roof installed. We were in the market for a new roof after a hail storm. Being in Oklahoma I wanted to put something on our roof that would stand up to future storms. The DaVinci roofing product has provided us with the durability to handle our unpredictable weather plus enhanced the architectural look of our home." - Kevin Riley
"Hail severely damaged our original roof. The new engineered polymer Bellaforté Slate roof we had installed got us a discount from State Farm and made our home look more elegant and tailored." - John Simonelli
“After my roof had hail damage, my independent adjuster told me we’d save 25 to 30 percent on our annual homeowner’s insurance because the DaVinci Roofscapes polymer roof we purchased resists severe weather, hail and fire." - Andrew Marenin
"Because these composite roofing tiles are fire resistant and can stand up to severe weather conditions, we’re able to save on our homeowners insurance." - Kathy Bradshaw