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For our Multi-Width Slate line we have ten standard color blends. These blends are pre-designed by us and come to the jobsite pre-shuffled for both width and color. They range from conservative color blends like Slate Gray, Slate Black and Smokey Gray, to more colorful blends like the Vineyard Blend featured here. Vineyard is made up of 9 individual colors including Dark Tan, Light Gray, Medium Gray, Dark Stone, Medium Tan, Light Violet, Dark Violet, and Dark Amber. It sounds busy, but on the right house can give it a fun, cottagey feel. This roof was installed by Statewide Roofing out of Oklahoma City. We're interested in see what color siding these homeowners chose to go with their new, designer roof!
Statewide Roofing www.staterfg.com 405-790-0109
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As Oklahoma residents gear up for tumultuous spring weather, these homeowners are ready with their Class 4 Impact Rated, 110 mph wind certified, Bellaforté Shake roof in Espresso blend. This roof was installed by longtime contractor Jenco Roofing out of Oklahoma City. We all know what a high wind rating can mean, but what does a Class 4 Impact Rating mean? Being rated Class 4 is the highest impact rating that a roofing material can receive. This means that the material has passed a test where a two inch steel ball weighing 1.2 lbs is dropped from 20 feet onto an installation. The test is then repeated again and the impacts must be within a 1/4" of each other, after which the tiles can't crack or break. Interested in seeing a Class 4 Impact Test? Click here!
Jenco Roofing and Custom Metals Oklahoma City, OK 405.720.9300