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Slate Roofing

Genuine Slate Roofing

S&K Roofing, Siding and Windows has installed high quality roofing on homes throughout Maryland and Virginia since 1980. Genuine slate roofing enriches the overall appeal of a building while affording more lasting and reliable protection. Genuine roofing slates are known for their unfading and weathering colors, durability and high quality standards.

If you'd like to speak with an S&K Roofing representative about installation, repair, or replacement roofing, call 866-836-7663, or click here to contact us online.

Vermont Slate | Buckingham Slate

Vermont Structural Slate Company

Since 1859, the Vermont Structural Slate Company has quarried and fabricated top-quality natural Vermont slates. Below you will find the slate roofing colors fabricated by the Vermont Structural Slate Company. For real examples of slate roofing installations performed by S&K, contact us today at 1-866-836-7663.

Unfading Green Slate Roofing  
Unfading Green Slate Roofing

Unfading Green slate roofing is a classic Vermont roofing slate. Its excellent performance, pale green color and natural texture make it a popular roofing slate for both traditional and contemporary architecture. Being an unfading slate, this durable material will hold its basic color after many years of exterior use. Unfading Green Slate is available in many sizes and thicknesses.

Unfading Mottled Green & Purple Slate Roofing  
Unfading Mottled Green and Purple Slate Roofing

Unfading Mottled Green and Purple slate roofing is a classic Vermont roofing slate. Its excellent performance, unique mottling of green and purple colors, and natural texture make it a popular roofing slate. Being an unfading slate, this durable material will hold its basic color after many years of exterior use. This slate will vary in terms of color shade and mottling. Unfading Mottled Green & Purple Slate is available in many sizes and thicknesses.

Purple Slate Roofing  
Purple Slate Roofing

Purple slate roofing was the first Vermont roofing slate to be produced commercially in 1839. Its deep, rich color holds a special appeal. Purple slate will vary in shade and may contain green markings. It can also weather, taking on brownish tones over time. This weathering does not affect the performance of the slate and is an aesthetic consideration only. Semi weathering Purple Slate is available in many sizes and thicknesses. It is a relatively rare slate.

Unfading Red Slate Roofing  
Unfading Red Slate Roofing

Red slate roofing is an extremely rare and expensive roofing slate only found in our Vermont slate vein. Its unique red color, excellent performance, and natural texture make it a very desirable roofing slate. Being an unfading slate, this durable material will hold its basic color after many years of exterior use. This slate will vary in terms of color shade and markings. Unfading Red Slate is available in many sizes and thicknesses.

Semi-Weathering Gray-Green Slate Roofing  
Semi Weathering Gray-Green Slate Roofing

Semi Weathering Gray-Green slate roofing is a very popular and economical Vermont roofing slate. This slate can weather, meaning it will take on brownish tones over time. This weathering does not affect the performance of the slate and is an aesthetic consideration only. Semi weathering Gray-Green slate is available in many sizes and thicknesses.

Hendricks Slate Roofing  
Hendricks Slate Roofing

Hendricks slate roofing is a very popular and economical Vermont roofing slate. Its dark gray color with black veins makes it an attractive material. This slate can weather, meaning it will take on brownish tones over time. This weathering does not affect the performance of the slate and is an aesthetic consideration only. Hendricks Slate is available in many sizes and thicknesses.

Heathermoor Slate Roofing  
Heathermoor Slate Roofing

Heathermoor slate roofing is a distinctive Vermont roofing slate. It is a relatively rare stone with a medium gray color with black veins. This slate can weather, meaning it will take on brownish tones over time. This weathering does not affect the performance of the slate and is an aesthetic consideration only. Heathermoor Slate is available in many sizes and thicknesses.

Colonial Slate Roofing  
Colonial Slate Roofing

Colonial slate roofing is an attractive roofing slate with excellent performance characteristics. It has been used for many large scale projects. Being an unfading slate, this durable material will hold its basic color after many years of exterior use. Colonial Slate is available in several sizes and thicknesses.

Delano Slate Roofing  
Delano Slate Roofing

Delano slate roofing is a smooth-textured roofing slate with excellent performance characteristics. It has been used for many large scale projects. Being an "unfading" slate, this durable material will hold its basic color after many years of exterior use. Delano Slate is available in several sizes and is mostly sold in standard thickness.

Norris Slate Roofing  
Norris Slate Roofing

Norris slate roofing is an economical roofing slate with a dark gray to black color. This slate can weather, meaning it will take on brownish tones over time when used outside. This weathering does not affect the performance of the slate and is an aesthetic consideration only. Norris Slate is available in several sizes and thicknesses.

Atlantic Slate Roofing  
Atlantic Slate Roofing

Atlantic slate roofing is an attractive roofing slate with its unique charcoal gray color and slight dark green tone. Being an unfading slate, this durable material will hold its basic color after many years of exterior use. Atlantic Slate is available in several sizes and is mostly sold in standard thickness.

Green Mountain Mist Roofing  
Green Mountain Mist Roofing

Green Mountain Mist slate roofing is a unique, excellent performing roofing quartzite used for centuries in Europe. Its gray green color, varied texture and reflective quality make it an attractive material. Being an unfading stone, this durable material will hold its basic color after many years of exterior use. Green Mountain Mist is available in several sizes in 1/2 nominal thickness.

     

Buckingham Virginia Slate Corporation

Genuine Slate Roofing at Tuckahoe

A genuine Buckingham® Slate roof adorns Tuckahoe Plantation, boyhood home of Thomas Jefferson.

Buckingham Virginia Slate is one of the hardest slates in the world. The slate's resistance to wear along with the beauty of the natural cleft face, have made this unfading slate highly popular for exterior use. The distinct identity of slate makes it more popular than ever; and when durability and low maintenance cost are considered, it's more practical.

This famous roofing slate is quarried from natural stone of exceptional enduring qualities and proved its permanent nature by continuous use on roofs for over 150 years without signs of fading or decay.

Buckingham Virginia Slate is assurance that your home or building will receive lifetime protection and that the beauty which was built into the structure will be preserved.

 

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