Natural Roofing Slate in a Myriad of Colors
Evergreen Slate is the largest producer and supplier
of roofing slate in the United States.
Since 1916, the company has taken pride in providing its customers
slate products and excellent customer service, as the leader in
the slate roofing industry.
of roofs we’ve provided to fine homes, churches,
libraries, government buildings and universities for almost 90 years
are a testament to our role as the premier roofing slate provider.
SLATE ROOFING BLENDS
Evergreen has developed several distinctive
blends of color toafford the ultimate in slate roof applications.
These are blends that are readily available and have been put together
specifically to attain the curb appeal that is desired for the most
prestigious of projects.
SLATE ROOFING COLORS
Unfading* Mottled Green and Purple - A
Vermont slate of unusual color, ranging in soft shades of purple and
green in each piece, from purple predominating to green predominating.
Unfading* Red - A hard-vein red slate similar
in color to Spanish mission tile.
Canadian Black -
Mottled Gray-Black - Grayish background
with mottled shades of darker Gray-Black, some weathering can occur. Sometimes
called "Strata Gray."
Royal Purple - A beautiful, nearly clear,
dark purple slate. Some pieces may have small markings of green. Provides
a contrasting roof for walls of light shades, or a harmonizing roof
for brick walls. Some weathering to buffs can occur.
Gray-Green - This is an exceedingly strong and
tough. Grayish-Green in color when quarried, this slate can gradually
change to softer tones after exposure to the weather, adding variety
and interest to the roof, but in no way affecting their durability. This
slate blends well with any type of stone or frame structure and is also
used as the basic percentage, usually 50%, in roofs where several colors
Semi-Weathering Gray -
A traditional slate-gray color ranging from a clear appearance to
having small black markings. Weathering of 15% – 20%, to buffs and
tans can be expected.
Unfading* Green - A Vermont favorite,
this slate is green with shades varying slightly.
Unfading* Gray - A battleship gray
slate with some clouded grayer markings.
Black - One of our most popular colors. Primarily unfading
but some weathering can occur, creating an interesting blend of dark
gray tones, adding character to roofs of all styles.
A purple slate varying in shade from purple predominating to green
predominating. A semi-weathering type slate where approximately 15%
will weather to buffs and tans.
* All natural slate products may change in
color. Those slates in which the color changes but slightly are
as "Permanent" or
"Unfading". (National Slate Association: January 1925)
Samples of all color choices are available through our sales