Slate or Shake — Which DaVinci Roofscapes Product is for Me?

The good news is that you’ve made the decision to get a new roof. The GREAT NEWS is that you’ve decided to invest in a 50-year roof from DaVinci Roofscapes. Now, where do you go from here?

While some people say the next decision is color, slow down and decide first if you’d like a polymer slate roof or a composite shake roof. The synthetic slate product is made to resemble real slate tiles, while the imitation shake resembles natural cedar shakes.

Just because you may have shake or slate on your roof currently doesn’t mean you can’t “change things up” with a totally new roof look. Or, perhaps you have an asphalt shingle roof now and you’re not sure what type of plastic roofing materials to select.

Start by looking at pictures of different homes with similar styles to yours to see what others have put on their roofs. (HINT: the Masterpiece Photo Gallery on the DaVinci website is a great place to look!). You may also want to get some different plastic slate and simulated shake roof samples to lay on your roof and hold up near your siding to see what appeals to your home’s style. (HINT #2 – Check out the “FRESH Color Schemes for Your Home Exterior” downloadable guide to see a variety of home styles with different roofs!).

Whichever you select — synthetic slate shingles or synthetic shake roofing, know that you’re in good hands with the DaVinci product. These roofing products resist insects, fungus, algae and mold. They come in a variety of profile lines, and DaVinci leads the industry in tile thickness, tile width variety and the greatest selection of subtle earth-toned colors.

DaVinci Roofscapes has manufactured award-winning, lightweight roofing systems since 1999. The environmentally friendly roofing tiles are 100 percent recyclable. And, as a bonus all homeowners will appreciate, the virtually maintenance-free imitation slate and shake shingles are far more cost effective than the natural product.

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