If you’re a homeowner, you’ll buy a roof once, maybe twice, in your lifetime. If you’re a roofer, you’re making roofing material purchases constantly.
With that in mind, it makes sense to listen to what roofers are saying about DaVinci Roofscapes products. These are the professionals who have the choice of selecting and installing any type of roofing product they desire — yet they return again and again to DaVinci synthetic shake and slate roof shingles.
“I’m a big believer in polymer roofing products for our geographic area. The security that comes from this Florida community now having these roofs overhead is unmatched. Homeowners get peace-of-mind, low maintenance and years of guaranteed top performance.”
~Al Christiano, senior account manager for Empire Roofing in Florida
“We install several DaVinci roofs each year on residential and commercial projects. This (the roof on the LeConte Center in Tennessee) was the largest project we’ve had the opportunity to install polymer roofing material and it went very smoothly. The result is a roof that blends in with its natural setting, is very durable, requires virtually no maintenance and will last for decades to come.”
~Joe Whitmore, vice president of operations for Detail Slate and Tile in Tennessee
“Our team has completed numerous residential projects in the past with DaVinci Roofscapes products and every client has been extremely pleased.”
~Scott Riopelle, owner of Interstate Roofing in Colorado
“We used Bellaforté Shake polymer roofing tiles for this project (a home in California) which really helped the job go smoothly because they’re typically lighter in weight than actual wood shakes. DaVinci has a reliable product that provides my customers an alternative to actual slate, wood or tile. Homeowners realize the cost savings is in the reduction of maintenance needed over time for these products, plus the 50-year limited warranty that gives them peace-of-mind.”
~Guy Galitski, president of G.G. Roofing in California
“You can’t just throw anything up a roof and hope it will work — especially not in coastal areas. I believe this roof (on Captain George’s Seafood Restaurant) will work perfectly because of its anticipated long life span, low maintenance needs for the restaurant owners and the product testing results. This DaVinci roof is Class 4 impact rated, Class A rated for fire retardance and tested for high wind endurance. It’s darned hard to beat those qualifications in a roof!”
~Rex Simpson, general manager of Gallop Roofing & Remodeling in North Carolina
Want to hear more? Visit Out of the Mouths of Contractors and Interview with Stella Amador of Florida Quality Roofing!