March Winds and Hammers Don’t Impact DaVinci Roofing Tiles

Watch out as those strong March winds blow … they could bring loose limbs and trees down onto your roof.

Many areas of the country had too much rain last year and an abundance of snow this past winter. That means root systems and branches could be especially vulnerable to falling when those heavy March winds kick in!

If you’re looking for a way to help protect your home, consider an impact-resistant DaVinci Roofscapes polymer slate or shake roofing system. Pennsylvania-resident Mark Clement, host of MyFixitUpLife radio show and a professional contractor, installed a DaVinci imitation slate roof on his home two years ago and now sleeps worry-free below his eco friendly roof.

“My DaVinci composite slate roof has achieved Class 4 ratings for impact resistance along with the Miami Dade County Acceptance (High Velocity Hurricane Winds) and the Texas Department of Insurance, showing that the roofing tiles can withstand hurricane-force winds,” says Clement. “In addition, DaVinci imitation slate and shake roofing tiles are rated Class A for fire retardance and have achieved the highest rating for straight line wind testing at 110 mph. The roof also has a limited 50-year warranty for added peace-of-mind for myself and my family.”

Want to see just how durable the composite slate and shake roofing tiles from DaVinci are as compared to other types of roofing products? Then click HERE to see a video of Mark swinging a hammer at various roofing products — including synthetic roofing materials!

Looking for more details on the resilience of DaVinci green roof systems? Check out this story: DaVinci Resin Slate and Shake Roofing.