North Country Semi-Weathering Vermont Black is a premium quality Vermont black slate shingle containing shades of gray and black in subtle linear patterns. A percentage of these black slates will weather to tones of brown and buff over time. Drawn from select Vermont quarries, North Country semi weathering Vermont black slate meets or exceeds ASTM requirements as an S-1 rated roofing slate.
Semi-Weathering Vermont Black roofing slate installed on a mansard roof. Rain and water shed faster allowing the slates to dry and increase the life span of the slate roof.
This slated bell curve turret has Weathering Vermont Black slate with four courses of scalloped slate and copper finial. These slates will eventually transform to buffs and tan colors over time.
Classic example of a North Country Semi-Weathering Vermont Black roof which shows shades of gray and black. A small percentage of the slates have already weathered to tones of brown.
Duke Farms – Farm Barn in Hillsborough, NJ completed in 1906 is a Jacobean Revival Style building. North Country Slate supplied 220 squares (20” x 10” x ¼” – 3/8”) of our Semi-Weathering Vermont Black.
Samuel M Bryan House located on Embassy Row in Washington, DC was built in 1885. Architectural style is a combination of Chateauesque and Richardson Romanesque. Vermont Black was supplied for this slate re-roof.
Awarded a 2009 Gold Circle Award Honorable Mention for Outstanding Workmanship: Steep Category from the National Roofing Contractors Association “NRCA” for this Keystone Hospice project.
Semi-Weathering Vermont Black, 16" length x random width x 1/4" roof slate tiles. The percentage of slates that will weather varies from quarry to quarry.
This home was built in 1935. We supplied our Semi-Weathering Vermont Black slate roof tiles for the re-roof.
18" x 12" x 1/4" Semi-Weathering Vermont Black installed with a 3" headlap on this home. 18" length slates will have 7.5" Exposure.
Close up of slate pattern with Semi-Weathering Vermont Black and green and purple slate pattern. This home was built in 1878 and is an example of Second Empire style architecture.
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”.