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North Country Semi-Weathering Gray

Semi-Weathering Vermont Gray Slate Shingles North Country Semi-Weathering (Vermont) Gray is a premium quality Vermont product with a rich battleship gray color that deepens over time. A percentage of this Vermont slate will weather to tones of brown and buff. These slate products make a popular roof covering alone or in combination with other slates to create a multi-colored roof. Produced by select Vermont quarries, North Country Semi-Weathering Gray slate meets or exceeds ASTM standards as an S-1 rated roofing slate.
North Country Semi-Weathering Vermont Gray

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.

Vermont Grey

Custom home in Lake Simcoe, Vermont Grey 3/8” to ½” thick material with zinc walls and zinc flashing.

Semi-Weathering Gray Slate

River Edge Train Station in River Edge, NJ supplied 40 squares of our Semi-Weathering Gray slate, 18” x 10” x ¼”-3/8” standard thickness.

Semi-Weathering Vermont Gray Slate Roof

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.

Natural Weathering Gray Slates

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.

North Country Semi-Weathering Gray Slate

Custom home in Chattanooga, TN has a saddle hip, swept eave and copper barrel dormers. Our North Country Semi-Weathering Gray slate in 18” x random width was installed on this home.

Semi-Weathering Gray Natural 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

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.

Semi-Weathering Grey

Close up of a Semi-Weathering Grey slate roof, it's important to blend material from different pallets to avoid weathered patches.

North Country Semi-Weathering Grey natural slate roof

North Country Semi-Weathering Grey roof. The color of a natural slate is derived from its mineral and chemical composition. As a natural product, some slates will weather more aggressively than others.

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I have never had anything except a 5 Star Experience when working with North Country Slate.

- ABC Supply, Outside Sales

When our clients are looking for a natural slate roof, we highly recommend North Country Slate.

- Raines Brothers, Inc.

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”.

- John Chan, The Durable Slate Company
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What sizes of roofing slate are available?
The standard sizes for roofing slate start at 12″ in length and increase by 2-inch increments up to 24″ in length. Read More
How much does a slate roof cost? We are often asked by designers, architects, home and building owners “What will a slate roof cost me”?
On average, North American produced S-1 rated roofing slate will cost $400 – $600 USD per square (100 square feet) or $4.00 to $6. Read More

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