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Synthetic Roofing Materials Lower the Effect on Natural Resources

Synthetic slate offers green options including multiple recycling opportunities and less waste than natural slate roofs. There are many other benefits to manufactured slate.


Roofing companies have used natural resources, such as slate, for roofing materials for years. The benefits of using natural resources include itís durability, fire proof nature, and water proof qualities.† The look of slate has been held as an upscale look and feel for roofs. Organic materials, however, can come with a large price tag and with high maintenance requirements.† The good news is in todayís market you are able to achieve the fantastic upscale look of a slate roof with synthetic materials.

Twin Cities roofing companies see specific advantages to this engineered product in the cold weather climate. Synthetic slate, made from an engineered polymer, has many of the same benefits of natural slate.† Manufactured slate is long-lasting, fireproof, wind resistant, and waterproof.† It is lightweight, eliminating the load bearing concern with a stone roof. †Composite roof tiles will not wear down or crumble over time.† Most important to cold climates roof contractors know this roofing material will stand up against hail or other flying debris that can hit homesí exteriors during wind storms.†

Synthetic slate offers multiple recycling opportunities and creates less waste than natural slate roofs. This contributes to the green nature of this product.

Tradition Roofing and Exteriors,, offers a wide range of high quality roofing materials and options. Roofing options are available that are well suited for many styles of homes, you can learn more about their roofing options here


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