Slate Roofing

Slate Roofing

Slate is a fine-grained, metamorphic rock.  Slate is formed into roofing tiles of varying sizes and thicknesses.  Slate roofs are beautiful and extremely durable.  A slate roof is fire resistant, waterproof, and highly resistant to extreme weather.  A properly installed slate roof can last for at least 100 years. 

If you are interested in an exceptionally durable roofing system that will last a lifetime, then consider investing in slate.  Because slate is a rock, it is a very heavy product.  Your home will need to be evaluated to determine if extra reinforcement is needed to support the weight of a slate roof.  Slate is also an expensive product.  The cost of installing a slate roof is much higher than that of many other roofing systems.  However, investing in a slate roof is worth the cost because it will last a lifetime and increase the value of your home.

Benefits of a Slate Roof

Benefits of a Slate Roof
  • Lifespan:  Slate is a natural stone and is more durable than most man-made materials.  A slate roof can last for at least 100 years.  This is a huge advantage over other roofing systems that may need to be replaced after 20 or 30 years. 
  • Weather Resistant:  Slate roofs are highly resistant to temperature fluctuations and extreme weather.  They can easily withstand heavy rain, wind, and hail.  Slate is also waterproof.  Because slate is very dense, it does not absorb water.  Your slate roof will remain unaffected by fungus and mold.
  • Fire Resistant:  In addition to being weather resistant, slate is also one of the most fire-resistant roofing materials available. 
  • Appearance:  One of the most appealing characteristics of a slate roof is its natural beauty.  A slate roof adds sophistication and curb appeal to any home.  Slate tiles are available in a variety of sizes and thicknesses.     

Free Estimate for Slate Roofing

If you are looking to have a slate roof installed, contact MBA Roofing for a free estimate.  


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