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North Country Semi-Weathering Gray/Green (Sea Green) is a premium quality roofing slate. Gray/Green when quarried, a percentage of these slates will weather to tones of brown and buff over time. North Country Semi-Weathering Gray/Green slate provides moderate color and texture variations while maintaining a primary background color of green. They are frequently used as the base color in multi-colored slate roofs. Produced by select Vermont quarries, this slate meets or exceeds ASTM standards as an S-1 rated roofing slate.
North Country Unfading Black is a premium quality roofing slate offering an elegant and lasting roof for both new construction and restoration projects. Favorably compared to the famous slate of the Monson region of Maine, this smooth, rich black slate with a slight luster has earned the admiration of architects, contractors and building owners around the world. North Country Unfading Black slate meets or exceeds ASTM requirements as an S-1 rated roofing slate. This slate is produced by a single quarry in North America and is exclusive to North Country.
North Country Unfading Green is a premium quality roofing slate in a color that has withstood the test of time. One of the most popular roofing slates, it can be used alone or as one of the blended colors used on multicolored roofs. This versatile slate is often specified in random widths to provide additional accent to its beauty. North Country Unfading Green slate is produced by select Vermont quarries and meets or exceeds the requirements of ASTM as an S-1 rated roofing slate.
North Country Unfading Mottled Purple and Green is a premium quality roofing slate of varying shades of burgundy with frequent clouds or inclusions of green. These slates offer subtle color and texture variations on roofs where a multi-colored blend of slates would not suit the building’s architecture or surroundings. North Country Unfading Mottled Purple and Green is produced by select Vermont quarries and meets or exceeds ASTM standards as an S-1 rated roofing slate.
- Maintenance free.
- Durable and long lasting.
- Resistant to chemical pollutants and acid rain.
- Unaffected by freeze/thaw cycles.
- Environmentally safe.
- Proven performance on rooftops.
- Delivered from stock.
- Special trimming on request.
- ASTM E108-10 Class A (highest) Fire Resistance1
- FM4473 Class 3 Hail Impact2
- ASTM D3161-15 Class F (highest) Wind Resistance
¹As per 2015 International Building Code section 1505.2 and as tested by the National Slate Association July 13, 2010.
²As tested by the National Slate Association February 25, 2010.
³ As tested by the National Slate Association December 8, 2015.
Slate Roofs: A Beautiful and Durable Roofing Option
Slate roofs are a popular choice for homeowners who want a beautiful, durable, and low-maintenance roofing material. Slate is a natural stone that is mined from the earth, and it is known for its strength, durability, and fire resistance. Slate roofs can last for centuries, and they require very little maintenance.
In addition to their durability, slate roofs are also very attractive. The natural beauty of slate can add curb appeal to any home, and it can also help to insulate your home, making it more energy-efficient.
If you are considering a slate roof for your home, there are a few things you should keep in mind.
What are the benefits of choosing a slate roof?
- Durability: Slate roofs can last for centuries, making them a wise investment for homeowners.
- Fire resistance: Slate is a non-combustible material, so it is fire resistant and can help to protect your home from fire damage.
- Energy efficiency: Slate roofs are an excellent insulator, which can help to keep your home cooler in the summer and warmer in the winter.
- Aesthetics: Slate roofs are a beautiful and timeless roofing material that can add curb appeal to any home.
- Low maintenance: Slate roofs require very little maintenance, making them a low-cost option in the long run.