Slate is a 100% natural material that is able to protect you and your home from nature’s elements for your lifetime and beyond.
Created by Mother Nature over hundreds of millions of years, roofing slate tile offers a unique combination of all-natural material, extremely long service life and unparalleled beauty. Extracted from the ground and fabricated by people with centuries of slate heritage, and installed by craftsmen using methods passed down through generations, a slate roof imbues any project with a sense of quality, permanence, and tradition. With an amazing array of natural colors, countless combinations of length/width/thickness, and a variety of installation styles, a slate roof tile can be customized to complement almost any architectural style.
New England Slate is here for you!
Whether you are an architect writing a specification for an institutional project, a roofing contractor trying to match an existing slate roof for an addition, or a homeowner planning your dream home, let us help you make the most of what slate has to offer. With literally thousands of completed projects around the country and nearly 100 years of roofing slate experience in our office, we know slate. Put our experience and knowledge to work for you. Give us a call or email us today and let’s talk about how we can work together to make your project a success.
The Premier Roof
For centuries, slate has been the roofing material of choice for institutions and homes that are built to last. Slate is the most prestigious roofing material for the most discerning owner.
Unique Beauty Abounds
Slate is harvested as raw stone and shaped by craftsman to create a stunning, one of a kind, generational roof.
Real, natural slate roofs commonly last over 100 years, making them a great value when compared to lesser options like wood, metal, composite, clay, and asphalt.
Protected from Nature, by Nature
Slate roofing withstands freeze/thaw cycles and high temperatures; is resistant to chemical and acid rain; is rated Class A Fire Resistant (non-combustible); and is rated Class 3 and Class 4 Hail Impact Resistance (3/4 to 2 inch ice balls).