Featured Project - Edwards, CO

Fake Cedar ShakeTCC Roofing Contractors out of Eagle, Colorado knows their way around installing the synthetic roofing material by DaVinci Roofscapes. With dozens of projects under their belt they have become familiar with both our slate and shake lines, as well as using the proper snow retention with our products, and also, as featured previously on our blog, using our polymer slate tiles with solar panels

This project features Multi-Width Shake in the Autumn color blend on a large roof located in Edwards, CO. Pad style snow guards were incorporated onto the roof to prevent snow slides this winter when heavy snow fall becomes common.

TCC Roofing Contractors, Inc



Featured Project - Aspen, CO

This project features another high-end Colorado townhome community roofed by Umbrella Roofing. Umbrella Roofing out of Gypsum, CO has been installing simulated shake roofing by DaVinci Roofscapes for many years and put on dozens of these roofs in the Aspen area, including this project for the luxury townhomes located in the Maroon Neighborhood Townhome Association. 

Multi-Width Shake is the natural choice for material as it has a spot on cedar shake look, but is Class A Fire Rated (which, in Colorado is necessary), Class 4 Impact Rated, wind certified to 110 mph and comes with a Lifetime Limited Warranty. Also a plus for these townhome owners? It is virtually maintenance free, which means it won't gross moss/algae and it will retain it's fire rating and color without having to be treated annually. 

Umbrella Roofing, Inc


American Made MATTERS

November 19 is American Made Matters Day. Why does it matter that products are made in America? Because it keeps jobs in our country, grows the economy and makes it faster and easier to get products you need.

At DaVinci Roofscapes, we've always been exceptionally proud to promote the fact that our polymer roof tiles are 100% Made in America. Our facility in Lenexa, Kansas is a one-stop location where we manufacture all of our composite slate and simulated shake roofing products. This includes our multi-width and single-width full product lines, plus our 50 standard colors of polymer roofing. (See Made in the U.S.A)

You don't have to travel to Kansas to see how we make our  Class A Fire Rated lightweight tiles.  Just click HERE  or on the video below to see a short video of our team at work.

Making our sustainable roofing materials in the USA means we control all aspects of the manufacturing process. And it means we get them to the job site fast.

This November 19th stop a minute to think about what it means to buy products Made in America. Whether it's clothing, furniture, appliances or roofing, you have the power to help grow our economy when you dedicate your efforts --- and your dollars --- to purchasing American Made products!


One Year Later: What it's Like to Have a DaVinci Polymer Roof

A year ago Jeremy Hollingsworth had a Bellaforté Shake roof installed on his Birmingham, Alabama home. We decided to reach out to Jeremy to see how he felt about his DaVinci Roofscapes polymer roof tiles after living with them for awhile.

Q: Now that your composite shake roof has been on for awhile, what do you think of it? 

A: No question, this is the roof for our home. The Weathered Gray blend is color matched to the home and the colors have held up very well. Its durability is unmatched. No one thinks of their roof as a “feature” of their home. With a DaVinci designer roof, we notice it every single day and so does everyone else.  

Designer Roof


Q: What do friends and neighbors have to say about your roof?  

A: All of our neighbors comment on it because it definitely grabs your attention when you go by. People always ask me, “what’s it made of?" From the street, it looks like natural cedar roofing, but I tell them it’s an engineered product that will last longer and has a Class A Fire Rating.

Q: Hail and storms can be a problem in your area. Has your DaVinci shake tile roof had to "do battle" with any severe weather conditions? If so, how did it do? 

A: We get a lot of storms in the deep south during the summer months including limbs and debris from all of our trees. This impact-resistant roof has held up as we thought it would. The durability is unmatched.

Q:  What do you consider the best features of the Bellaforté Shake roof? 

A: We feel it brought great new character to our home aesthetically. Plus, nobody wants to get on a roof to make repairs and the durability of DaVinci cedar shake roof keeps me off the ladder and roof, which keeps my wife happy. Also, the life of the simulated shake roofing is a bonus for us down the road. Whether we decide this is our forever home or if we decide to sell in the future, it's a win/win investment.

For more details on Jeremy's composite shake roof, see Shaking Up an Alabama Home.




West Coast Homeowners Rely on DaVinci Roofscapes Composite Roofing

Ask Emilio Ricci why he selected composite shake tiles to re-roof his Tahoe City, Calif. home and his one-word answer comes swiftly. Wildfires.           

Cedar Roof Shingles“Our insurance company basically told us to get rid of the original cedar shake roof or they would drop us,” says homeowner Emilio Ricci. “We did some research and liked the functionality and long life span of the DaVinci synthetic shake roofing tiles. In our area, it was extremely important that the roofing tiles have a Class A Fire Rating. These tiles achieve that by meeting the ASTME E 108 fire test.”

Since the roof on Ricci’s 960-square foot A-frame home covers the vast majority of the exterior, he paid special attention to the roofing tiles selected. “We found that the synthetic roofing tiles were within our budget and added a strong visual appeal to the home,” says Ricci. “Now we’re counting on the warranty of the product so that we don’t have to replace the roofing tiles again for decades.”

Another West Coast homeowner depending on synthetic shake shingles is James Brinton in Glenbrook, Nevada.

“Our mountain-style home needed the extra protection offered by synthetic shake roofing tiles,” says Brinton. “The combination of the durability, look and safety features of the roof convinced us this was a solid investment for our home’s future.”

For more details on simulated shake roofing that can stand up to wildfires, see Class A Fire Rated Polymer Roofing Eases Worries for West Coast Residents


Composite Shake Roofing Makes Great First Impression

You only get one chance to make a first impression ... that's why builder Tim Aalders with Handcrafted Homes decided to use a Bellaforté Shake designer roof on a show home in Salt Lake City.

"This is the first time we've used composite roofing from DaVinci Roofscapes we're very impressed," says Aalders, owner of Handcrafted Homes based in South Jordan, Utah. "People visiting this home love the cedar shake alternative roof. They are constantly asking about the type of material it's made of and what the color is of the polymer shake roofing tiles. We have to answer questions about the roof all day long!"

The realistic looking Bellaforté Shakes have a natural hand-split cedar shake look with sawn edges and staggered lengths. Each one-inch thick tile is 100 percent recyclable and meets exceptional testing standards.


Designer Roof


According to Aalders, the different seasonal weather and high winds experienced in Utah make the simulated shake roofing a good choice for their homes.

"The Tahoe blend of roofing colors looks very authentic and complements the overall style of the house design," says Aalders. "We've been pleasantly surprised at the response to the roof. Some show home visitors have specifically asked if we could reroof their homes with this product! We were able to refer these people to area roofers and we already know of three homes that have the new DaVinci roofs as a result!"

Wondering what other builders have to say about DaVinci lightweight roofing systems? See First-Time DaVinci Installer Sold on Polymer Shakes and Out of the Mouths of Contractors.


Save $$$ with Imitation Slate and Synthetic Shake Roofing

End-of-year bills getting you down? Here's a way to save ... invest in durable polymer roofing and you may be able to save significantly on your yearly homeowner's insurance premiums. (See New DaVinci Roof = Cash in Your Wallet)

Fake Cedar Shake“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,” says Andrew Marenin, a resident of Centennial, Colo. “After seeing my new roof, he was so impressed by its quality and reasonable pricing that he told me he was seriously considering getting this product for his own home!”

Homeowner Kathy Bradshaw had the same positive experience when she and her husband decided to invest in composite roofing. "Because these tiles are fire resistant and can stand up to severe weather conditions, we’re able to save on our homeowners insurance,” says Bradshaw. “And, one of our neighbors was so impressed with the look and quality of the roof that they’ve scheduled to have Bellaforté tiles installed on their home this month.”

With a lifetime limited materials warranty, DaVinci synthetic shake and imitation slate roofs bring more than beauty and reliability to your home --- they may also bring extra savings to your wallet!

Need more incentive? See Happy Insurance Awareness Day!


Luxury Roof Options with Architectural Shingles

October is Self Promotion Month ... and at DaVinci Roofscapes we've got a lot to promote!

Along with our incredible Lifetime Limited Warranty, we've got test results that show our polymer roofing product is exceptional at resisting severe weather, impact, hail and fire. Our composite shake and imitation slate roof tiles are ideal for all areas of the country, on both residential and commercial projects.

And here's a big bonus --- we have synthetic roofing material to fit the needs of every project and wallet.

Here's a fast overview of our full product offering: 

DaVinci Multi-Width Slate: Our multi-width profile is available in 12", 10", 9", 7" and 6" widths with 1/2" tile thickness at butt and 1/8" thickness at tip.

DaVinci Single-Width Slate: Available in 12" tile widths, the 1/2" tile thickness of this slate is twice the thickness of other synthetic slate tiles. Our VariBlend technology is used when creating this tile to form slightly varying shades from tile to tile for an authentic slate look.

Bellaforté Slate: A high performance, interlocking shingle that has superior wind resistance. Bellaforté tiles are 12" in width with 1/2" tile thickness at butt and 3/8" thickness at tip.

Fake Slate


DaVinci Multi-Width Shake: Available in 9", 8", 7", 6" and 4" widths that can be installed in a non-repeating fashion in either a straight or staggered pattern. A deep 5/8" profile has both wavy and straight grains throughout the blend to create enviable shadow lines.

DaVinci Single-Width Shake: 9" shake alternative tiles resemble hand-split cedar shake roofing. The 5/8" profile deepens shadow lines replicate real cedar roofing.

Bellaforté Shake: The 12" tile width with multiple profiles simulates a multi-width, staggered rough hewn wood shake. And, at 1" average tile thickness, Bellaforté Shake designer roof tiles are reminiscent of natural jumbo shakes.

Fancy Shake: With a clean, smooth look replicating machine-sawn shake, these 7/16" thick shake shingles provide a polished beauty for your roof. Available in 12", 7" and 5" widths with bundles arriving at the job site pre-sorted by color and size, eliminating on-site sorting and guesswork.

Fake Cedar Shake


Need more details on sustainable roofing? See 2015: Are There Polymer Shakes in Your Future?


Horn Brothers Creates Lightweight Roofing Solutions

Good Shepherd Episcopal Church in Centennial, Colorado needed help. Their roof, steeple and sides of the building complex had all suffered hail damage and needed to be replaced.

Polymer ShakeDuring the search process the church committee met with Francis Ruesta, a sales consultant and estimator for Horn Brothers Roofing out of Denver, Colorado. Having completed 22 DaVinci Roofscapes composite roofing installations within the past eight months, the company was quick to recommend the company's product as a solution for the Good Shepherd Episcopal Church.

"We install so many DaVinci roofs because the product is so impressive," says Ruesta. "With this project it made sense for the Bellaforté Shake to be used on the roof and for the Multi-Width polymer shake to be used on the steeple and for the siding.

"The logistics of working safely on the 86-foot high steeple were amazing. We hired a 110-foot lift to make that part of the project go smoothly. We also needed to work around several pieces of stained glass, custom skylights and old copper fittings. Now that it's done, the church complex looks just remarkable. We could not have achieved that look with any other roofing/siding product on the market."

From the church's prospective, the finished project is a stunning success. With snow fences and snow guards added above all key pedestrian walkways and landscaping, the church is ready for its first round of winter weather.

"We got the sense right from the start that the goal from everyone at DaVinci and Horn Brothers was that they planned to do this project right," says Jim Wolfe, a 30-year member of the church. "This polymer roofing product looks very close to the original wood shake we had, which was a major goal of ours. However, we know this composite roof is going to perform better than real cedar shakes.

"It's especially fun to watch the reaction of our church members as they see the roof. It's so realistic looking that half of them believe we used true cedar shakes. Because we invested the time to research all the roofing options available we're convinced we selected the very best product for our church. Now we're set for future generations."         


Featured Project - Victoria, BC

Our newest product, Bellaforté Shake, was made to fit in with the terrain of Victoria, BC. Aesthetically, the look of jumbo cedar shakes and natural color blends fit in with the surrounding buildings and homes. Performance wise, being near the water has virtually no effect, and problems that plague natural shake shingles won't affect our polymer shake roof tiles, namely algae and mold growth, and premature deterioration. 

Just ask Custom Roofing out of Victoria, BC what products they would recommend for your home on Vancouver Island and they will tell you DaVinci Roofscapes. They recently installed this Bellaforté Shake roof in the Tahoe blend. 

Custom Roofing



Mansard "Sails" of Simulated Shake Roofing

Here's a riddle for you. When does a roof not look like a roof? The answer ... when it's a mansard roof application!

Mansard roofs run vertically instead of horizontally. While they could be confused for siding on a structure, they're really an extension of the roof ... just in an "up and down" fashion.

Fake Cedar ShakeAt DaVinci Roofscapes we've seen our polymer shake and simulated slate roofing product used on several unique mansard applications over the years on college dormitories, restaurants and other applications. (See Towering DaVinci Roofs at SUNY). The latest project is a unique house being created in upstate New York.

The "Suplina Home" was designed by architect Andrew Geller fifty years ago. His granddaughter Nancy and her husband Andrew are building the home (with some up-to-code changes) to mark the golden anniversary of the design.

The house was inspired by a sailboat, so one of the design features is mansard-type roofing applications.

"After thoroughly investigating current roofing materials on the market, we feel that the DaVinci cedar shakes (outside of real cedar) are the only material her grandfather would have approved of and actually embraced for this design," says Scott Adams. "Geller was as much an artist as he was a designer and architect, so we can't help but think he'd approve of a product named DaVinci!"

The Autumn blend of DaVinci Single-Width composite shake tiles are now being installed in the mansard application --- and on the roof --- of this unique home. Stay tuned for updates on the Suplina Home and more pictures as we share with you this exciting home design using our synthetic shake roofing!


Canadian Barns Updated with Synthetic Shake Roofing

Synthetic Shake RoofingThe signs of autumn are everywhere --- pumpkins, scarecrows and barns with DaVinci Roofscapes polymer roofing!

Yes, that's correct. In Canada there are several beautiful old red barns being refurbished with polymer roofing from DaVinci, showing another unique use for our simulated shake roofing tiles.

In Ponoka, Alberta, a homeowner decided to have Woodchuck Roofing Ltd. replace her worn out cedar roof shingles with Bellaforté Shake tiles in a Weathered Gray blend. "Alberta is notorious for massive hail and crazy storms as well as harsh winters and hot, dry summers," says Charles Busque with Woodchuck Roofing. "DaVinci roofing materials are ideal for this environment."

Fake Cedar ShakeBellaforté Shake is also the choice of another homeowner in Bentley, Alberta who is replacing the cedar roofing on her 100-year old barn.

"This barn was previously used for housing Chuck Wagon thoroughbred horses and has now been turned into a workshop," says Corey Rosta with Monarch Siding & Roofing Centre. According to Rosta, the Autumn blend of synthetic shake roofing was selected for this historic barn.

No matter which way the winds blow this autumn, these barns are now ready for the chill to set in thanks to the durability of Bellaforté Shake. At a one-inch average tile thickness, these polymer shake shingles are reminiscent of jumbo shakes. For more details on impressive shake alternative roofing products from DaVinci, see Invest in Your Roof.


Say Farewell to Scary Energy Bills with an Eco Friendly Roof!

Composite RoofingBoo! There's plenty to be scared of in October. After all, this is Bat Appreciation Month, October 25th is Mother-in-Law Day (and also Sourest Day!) and we close out the month with Halloween.

One thing you don't have to be frightened of this month ... the possibility of getting your roof replaced before winter weather sets in. That's not scary at all ... in fact, replacing your old, worn-out roof with an EcoBlend roof from DaVinci Roofscapes can actually help you cut down on daunting high energy bills this winter.

Since October is also Energy Awareness Month (and International Magic Month!) we wanted you to know that you can make your energy bills magically drop when you get an EcoBlend eco-friendly roof installed. That's because EcoBlend polymer roofing tiles have achieved the Cool Roof designation from the Cool Roof Rating Council (CRRC).

Our EcoBlend composite roofing tiles help reflect heat and light from the sun away from the home to help reduce the amount of energy it requires to keep the home cool. The roof literally stays cooler and reduces the amount of heat conducted to the structure below. That translates into improved energy efficiency and helps your HVAC unit doing a better job of heating and cooling the entire home. (See What is EcoBlend?  and Save Energy with Cool Roof Colors)

According to the CRRC, homeowners can recognize an average energy savings ranging from seven to 15 percent of total cooling costs by using a Cool Roof that helps reduce temperature fluctuations inside the home. And, that's a treat no matter what the season!


Restaurants and Retailers Rely on Dependable Composite Roofing

Polymer SlateWhat do the retail stores Old Navy, Banana Republic, Chico's and Talbot's in Charlottesville, Virginia have in common? They're all in the Barracks Road Shopping Center --- and they all rely on the DaVinci Roofscapes polymer roofing overhead to help protect them from severe weather!

From restaurants to banks to shopping centers, thousands of consumers each day walk into retail facilities and never realize there's a designer roof overhead from DaVinci.

In Chesterfield, Missouri, the upscale Edgewild Restaurant and Winery boasts DaVinci composite roofing, as does The North Face store in Victor, New York. Westwood Plaza in Omaha, Nebraska features 70 stores and dining experiences ... all housed under a DaVinci Multi-Width imitation slate roof in the Vineyard blend of colors.


Fake Cedar Shake RoofA variety of specialty dining locations across America are also topped with lightweight roofing materials from DaVinci. Captain George's Seafood Restaurant on the Outer Banks of North Carolina selected simulated shake roofing in a Mountain blend when it was constructed several years ago because of the ability of DaVinci synthetic shake to stand up to severe weather conditions, salt air and sea spray. Further inland, Yesterday's Restaurant in New Jersey selected Class A Fire Rated synthetic slate roof shingles when the owners rebuilt after a devastating fire in 2010.

From the Ole Liberty Station restaurant in Bedford, Virginia to Paces 88 American Bistro at the St. Regis Hotel in Atlanta, commercial project owners and builders are selecting imitation slate and shake alternative roofing materials from DaVinci. They've discovered what savvy homeowners already know ... that these sustainable roofing products bring beauty, peace of mind and easy care to their retail projects from coast to coast!

Looking for more unique commercial projects with lightweight roofing tiles? Then see Colorful DaVinci Roofs Help Businesses Stand Out and Condos, Churches and Colleges ... Oh My! 


Unique Design Uses DaVinci Roofscapes Shake on Top and Sides of Colorado Church

Soaring 86 linear feet into the air, the steeple for the Good Shepherd Episcopal Church in Centennial, Colorado is just one of many impressive features of the sprawling church complex. Built in three stages starting in 1980, the contemporary style church has an interior design like the center of a rose, stained glass windows and a roof system that dips down along the sides of the building.

Real cedar shake shingles were originally installed on the roof, steeple and sides of the structure. These were replaced in 1990 after receiving extensive roof hail damage. Now, after an extensive product search that included "looking at every type of roof material possible," Bellaforté Shake and DaVinci Roofscapes Multi-Width Shake create a united look on the church exterior. An Autumn blend of brown tones was selected to complement the church's design and setting.

"We learned our lesson and were not about to put cedar shakes on our structure again," says Jim Wolfe, a 30-year member of the church. "Our committee of nine people now understands every potential roofing product on the market after our exhaustive search.

"We selected the DaVinci products because of their aesthetics and resistance to impact and hail. Because our previous roofs were destroyed in hail storms we placed special emphasis on finding a top-quality roofing product that would have a 50-year limited warranty. We don't want to deal with this issue again in our lifetimes."

To learn more about other churches relying on polymer shake and synthetic slate roofing from DaVinci, see Historic Oklahoma City Church Gets Fire Brick Red Polymer Roof and Praying for a New DaVinci Roof.



Sleep Secure with Composite Shake Shingles Overhead

"Burn, Baby Burn" is definitely NOT the theme song for the 2015 Fire Prevention Week. Instead, it's a very sensible message of "Hear the Beep Where You Sleep."

Fake Shake RoofWhile the National Fire Protection Association focuses primarily on fire safety within the home and the strategic placement of smoke detectors, it's important to also think about keep your home exterior safe from the spread of fire.

If you have real cedar roof shingles, you should be extra cautious. Wood shake roofs tend to have a faster flame spread than simulated shake roofing. The video showing fire testing of cedar shake roofing compared to composite shake roofing materials from DaVinci Roofscapes (click HERE to see video) shows that in less than 15 minutes, a real cedar shake roof can completely go up in smoke ... whereas a Class A Fire Rated DaVinci  fake cedar shake roof doesn't tolerate flame spread.

Here's the important message during Fire Prevention Week: composite shake roofing from DaVinci looks like natural cedar shake, but it has a Class A fire rating that proves it resists burning. That's especially important if you live in drought-stricken areas of the country where wildfires are prevalent.

For more details on composite roofing that refuses to burn, see Help Deter Wildfire Spread with DaVinci Class A Fire Rated Polymer Roof Tiles.


From the Architect's Corner - "Do You Have Any Examples of _________________"?

The great thing about this blog is that we can regularly feature projects so that we almost always have a project to point to when somebody calls and says, "Do you have any examples of ____________ (fill in the blank) that you can show me?". So we can definitely check the next four Featured Projects off the list - a historic clock tower, a residential project using the very colorful Vineyard Blend, a roof in Oklahoma that needs to stand up to the highest wind and impact standards, and a Bellaforté Shake roof that was a natural cedar shake tear off project. 

Featured Project - Vail, CO

Polymer Roof Tiles

Click here to read how this luxury roof tile has transformed the Vail Village skyline. 


Featured Project - Des Moines, IA

Composite Slate

Click here to read about this project and the phases it took to complete the job. 


Featured Project - Greenwood Village, CO

Fake Cedar Shake

Click here to read about this natural shake tear off and re-roof project in Colorado. 


Featured Project - Oklahoma

Fake Slate

Click here to read about this impact resistant roof in Oklahoma. 

To see more of our projects, visit our media room and browse through our project profiles.

Happy Friday, Architects! 



What Would Your Friends Say About a New Lifetime Roof From DaVinci Roofscapes?

If you're in the market for a specific brand of a new car, computer, or even a refrigerator, you're likely to seek out a lifetime warranty and ask friends who own those products for their opinions. It's the same way with buying a new roof.

But, you may not know of any friends with a DaVinci Roofscapes polymer roof ... so let us introduce you to some new friends to hear what they have to say about our plastic roofing materials.

>>> Anthony Polotto, a registered roof consultant who works in the University Architects Office at Notre Dame, installed DaVinci composite slate on his own home after he was impressed by the installation of a composite slate roof from DaVinci on a campus project. "I actually recommend this roof to everyone I know," says Polotto. "The only drawback is this is an investment roof with a higher price tag. However, this is really no comparison to the value of this product, even with the most expensive asphalt on the market. I still have people drive by my home very slow to admire the roof ... and several people have even stopped to ask what type of roof it is. That makes me very proud!"

Imitation Slate


>>> Kim Butler had her DaVinci roof installed in combination with a steel roof on her Nebraska home last year. She's all smiles about her designer roof. "We are happy with our DaVinci roof and continue to receive great comments from those who see it," says Butler. "I think it's the combination of the steel with the DaVinci product that makes our roof unique. We would recommend the DaVinci product to others!"


Fake Shake


>>> Henry Bretthauer lives in Oregon and had his DaVinci synthetic slate roofing installed in 2013. "The spring rains wash the dirt off our roof and it looks like new again," says Bretthauer. "While our neighbors have to power wash their roof regularly to remove bird droppings, moss and mold, we just rely on Mother Nature to clean off our DaVinci roof!"


Polymer Roof Tiles


Hear more from homeowners at Checking in With DaVinci Roofscapes Homeowners.




Honestly, DaVinci Roofscapes Polymer Roofing Wins with Contractors

Fake Cedar ShakeYou've heard it before: Honesty is the best policy.

That policy works for Scott Cunningham with Turner Morris, Inc. out of Colorado --- especially when it comes to talking about DaVinci Roofscapes sustainable roofing.

"DaVinci is a true stand alone in the synthetic world," says Cunningham. "I've been installing DaVinci for nine years and have never had any significant product issues. The product itself is durable and withstands the stringent demands of our high alpine environment."

For other installers in high elevations Cunningham has an installation tip. "Extra caution should be taken when switching traditional cedar shakes to synthetic cedar shake as their insulation value and breathability is very much different."

For more tips on installation of green roof systems from DaVinci, see Profile: Turner Morris Roof Systems.


Featured Project - Ft. Scott, KS

Recently we had a Kansas City area homeowner so happy with her polymer wood shake roof and her installation by Epic Exteriors of Overland Park, she decided to do it all over again and install the same product on her lake property in Ft. Scott, Kansas. A low maintenance product, that also happens to have a Class A Fire Rating, Class 4 Impact Rating, wind rating to 110 mph and a Lifetime Limited material warranty, is perfect for a vacation home where the fewer things you have to worry about, the better. 

Epic Exteriors, LLC

Fake Cedar Shake