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The hail storms of 2016, while certainly a burden for many, are also an opportunity for people to replace their low impact rated roof (asphalt, slate, shake, tile, etc) with a Class 4 Impact Rated composite slate or shake roofing tile. Are you affected by a recent hail storm? Our advice – have patience. Tim Gentry, our VP of Technical Services and a long time roofing contractor, points out that just because your roof has been totaled in a storm, doesn't mean it is going to leak the next time it rains. The reality is, you likely have time to do your research and find a good, local installer to do you roof. Things are heating up in Texas where recent storms have homeowners looking for a contractor, researching roofing materials, and looking at going through this process all over again. This project was recently installed by Texas Tile Roofing out of Fort Worth, and for it they went with Single-Width Slate in the Slate Gray color blend. Thank you for sharing with us TTR!
Texas Tile Roofing
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A house made entirely of brick is a nice looking, low maintenance, and durable way to build a house. It can, however, be a pain to match the rest of your exterior products to because (generally) it can't be changed. The colors of brick are actually more complex than they can first look.
For example, I learned from our Color Expert, Kate Smith, that brick comes in many different color casts which range from white/cream, gray, tan/buff, pink, red, and brown/black. Once you identify the color cast of the brick, you can choose your roof color accordingly. I am definitely not the expert, so if you are interested in learning more, click here for the full blog on how to choose a roof color for a brick home.
This Valoré Slate roof tile in the Villa Blend, installed by Dynasty Roofing out of Fort Worth, is a nice example of using Kate's advice and picking a roof that complements this home's brick exterior.
Dynasty Roofing, Inc