DaVinci Roofscapes Goes to Court

Look up at the historic Carroll County Courthouse in Carrollton, Ohio and you think you’re seeing natural slate roof tiles on the rooftop. But, it’s not.

Fake Slate RoofIn 2014 a re-roofing project was completed by Architectural Roofing Contractors, Inc. on the 1885 courthouse that now boasts Bellaforté Slate roofing in the European-VariBlend color blend.

“The DaVinci Roofscapes product was one of three presented to us along with slate and metal,” says Ed Eick, building maintenance supervisor for Carroll County. “I found the DaVinci product to be very affordable to us along with being cost effecting in long-term maintenance.”

The European VariBlend colors of Light Gray, Medium Gray, Dark Gray and Dark Purple was chosen because the color blend reminded Eick of the natural slate roofing materials already on the roof. This similarity helped the county retain its designation as a U.S. National Register of Historic Places site.

“I found it to be very appealing that the DaVinci product is 100 percent recyclable,” says Eick. “Knowing that there are county offices that urge recycling, that in itself made sense that the county courthouse should be a good example of county officials looking out for the environment.”

The results gained a big thumbs-up from Eick and the county commissioners. “Architectural Roofing Contractors did an excellent job and I made sure their company knew it,” says Eick. “The roofers on the job said the product was nice to work with and easily installed. We have a roof and gutter system that will last us for years to come, hassle-free.”

Carroll County isn’t the only community to rely on composite roofing from DaVinci. See Downtown Vail A “City of DaVinci Roofs”

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