Long-lasting Composite Roofing a Key to Roofer’s Success

The team at Final Touch Roofing knows what it takes to keep their customers happy in the Hot Springs, Arkansas community — composite roofing with a long-lasting lifespan. And they’ve discovered that the composite shake and slate products from DaVinci Roofscapes meet this qualification and are appreciated by their customers.

composite roofing“We work on new homes, residential re-roofs and historical projects,” says Trish Collum, office manager with Final Touch Roofing. “In our area there is a mixture of rural and suburban settings. We’re able to provide the perfect roof to meet any budget.

“During the past six years we’ve installed almost 25 DaVinci roofs. The warranty and design are exceptionally appealing features to our customers. We’re in situations over and over again where people want the look of real slate without the weight of the natural product. Similarly, they want the look of real shake, but without the maintenance hassles associated with wood. These are the type of homeowners who gravitate toward DaVinci composite roofing products.”

According to Collum, they’ve never had a disappointed customer when installing a DaVinci roof.

“Our customers have this ‘wow’ reaction when they see their completed DaVinci designer roof,” says Collum. “They love the curb appeal and how the look of the synthetic shake and slate materials bring value to their homes.”

composite roofingIn addition to residential projects, Final Touch Roofing also tackles historic projects. The Landmark Building, located in the historical district of downtown Hot Springs, was re-roofed using Bellaforté Slate in a Cambridge color blend.

“The team chose DaVinci imitation slate because they wanted the look of real slate for their historic district location,” says Collum. “DaVinci offered them the same look as real slate, but in a better, long-lasting product without the weight of true slate. This is just another example of how man-made products can truly surpass what Mother Nature offers.”