North Country Semi-Weathering Vermont Gray installation, mitered hip creates a smooth transition. Slate-and-a half widths should be used to allow adequate space for nailing.
Custom home in Lake Simcoe, Vermont Grey 3/8” to ½” thick material with zinc walls and zinc flashing.
This Semi-Weathering Vermont Gray slate roof exhibits a rich battleship gray color. A percentage of this roof will change to tones of brown over time.
Lake Joseph, Muskoka boat house with 3/8” to ½” slates. Known as “Heavies” these slates weigh between 1200 – 1800 LBS per square. These natural weathering gray slates meets or exceeds ASTM standards as an S-1 rated roofing slate.
Semi-Weathering Gray natural roofing slate popular alone or combined with other slate colors to create a multicolored roof.
Semi-Weathering Gray slate roof with dormer windows. Good example showing a percentage of these slates turning brown when exposed to the elements. These slates range from smooth to medium textured.
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”.