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Low Pitched Slate Roof with a 4″ Headlap

By     Aug 24th, 2018
The Trenton City Museum (formally known as Ellarslie / Henry McCall House) in Trenton NJ was built in 1848 for Henry McCall a military commander at the Battle of New Orleans.  In the 1880’s McCall’s son sold the house to the city of Trenton (Cadwalader Park).

What is a mansard slate roof?

By     Jul 30th, 2018
[caption id="attachment_3057" align="alignleft" width="300"] Example of a convex mansard slate roof[/caption] A mansard roof is a four-sided gambrel style hip roof.  Some include elaborate dormer windows for added interior light. The mansard roof is a curb hip roof with slopes on all sides of the building.

Arkansas Slate roof replacement

By     Jul 4th, 2018
A hundred and sixteen years after it was built in 1889, the Pulaski County Courthouse in the heart of downtown Little Rock, Arkansas needed a slate roof replacement.  Slate a durable and long lasting roofing product is also resistant to chemical pollutants and acid rain.

The benefits of Canadian Slate Roof Tiles

By     Jun 28th, 2018
Between 2016-2017 we supplied our North Country Unfading Black roofing slate for the re-roof of the former Bank of Upper Canada, De La Salle Institute and Toronto’s First Post Office. The Unfading Black slate is quarried by Glendyne Inc in St.