Natural slate and shake roofing materials have a long and celebrated history that evokes images of traditional charm and long-standing durability. However, natural slate and shake tiles have an inherent tendency to flake, chip, or splinter over time.
The Bellaforté line of slate and shake polymer roofing tiles have the appearance and beauty of natural slate or shake shingle roofing materials, but each highly-engineered and proven polymer roof tile offers durability and maintainability that the natural shake or slate roofing tiles cannot generally deliver.
DaVinci Roofscapes is leading the roofing tile design industry and using field proven polymer technology to enhance the art and functionality of roofing materials. The patented design of the Bellaforté shake and slate composite roofing tiles uses less material and therefore the tiles weigh less than other polymer roofing tiles, thereby reducing the carbon footprint associated with production and transportation.
Bellaforté Slate Roofing Materials feature the appearance and beauty of natural slate with a variety of color blends that will coordinate beautifully with your home and landscape. For a look that affects timeless class and old-world charm, Bellaforté Slate comes in a selection of color blends including: Cambridge, Milano, Sabino, Sedona, Slate Black, Slate Gray, Verde, and Villa.
Bellaforté Shake Roofing Materials have multiple profiles to replicate the appearance of genuine hand-split cedar shakes with realistic slanted sawn edges and staggered lengths. Bellaforté Shake tiles are available in color blends that include: Abruzzo, Espresso, Tuscano, Verona, and Harbor Gray. Like the Bellaforté slate line, the shake roofing tiles feature a patented, self-aligning, snap-fit design for quick and simple installation.
Like every DaVinci product, Bellaforté composite shake and slate tiles are backed with a 50-year-limited warranty. Are you ready to bring Bellaforté shake or slate roofing materials to your home? Contact us for assistance in product selection, color selection, project timing, and contractor selection.