A blend of slate colors can be supplied to create a truly unique roof. North Country offers design suggestions on color, size, thickness and installation techniques which will produce a spectacular custom roof.
A traditional and timeless multi-colored blend of green, gray and purple slate in semi-weathering and non-fading characteristics.
North Country Unfading Green, North Country Unfading Purple and Semi-Weathering Gray/Green were evenly blended together to avoid any blotchiness in the roof design. Slate turret.
Bear Mountain State Park located on the west side of the Hudson River in Bear Mountain, NY. 16” x Random width slate with a 6.5” exposure were installed using North Country Unfading Green and North Country Variegated Purple.
North Country Unfading Black roofing slate with a custom North Country Unfading Green slate pattern at the magnificent St. Peter’s Cathedral Basilica
Wavy butt, random slating pattern. Slates are custom trimmed on site creating a textured, vintage slate look.
Unique blend of North Country Unfading Black, Semi-Weathering Vermont Clear Gray and Unfading Green slate were installed with copper nails and flashings.
Unfading Green slate with clipped corners (shallow bevel) is commonly used to accent a roof with a decorative band. Mansard roof detail.
Three colored blend of North Country Unfading Red, Canadian Black, Non-Fading Vermont Green slated along this gable wall in a pointed / honeycomb pattern.
Glanmore National Historic Site of Canada was built in 1883 and its mansard roof exhibits the endless possibilities of natural roofing slate. Ornamental iron cresting and semi-circular copper dormer windows embrace the craftsmanship.
I have never had anything except a 5 Star Experience when working with North Country Slate.
When our clients are looking for a natural slate roof, we highly recommend North Country Slate.
We have used North Country black on a large number of occasions, and we’ve found it to be an excellent quality slate it is very “workable”.