New Trend for HOAs – Polymer Shake!

Natural shakes roofs are very popular but unfortunately are highly flammable. While the use of fire-retardant materials can reduce their flammability, weathering eventually causes these fire retardants to become less effective. The result is a highly flammable roof that can easily catch fire just from the presence of embers. A growing trend is the required replacement of wood roofs. Recently many Home Owners Associations (HOAs), cities and counties have started to require the replacement of wooden roofs with materials that are approved for the area by certain dates or home and business owners alike could face penalties.

One example of this is the deadline is that homeowners in Boulder, Colorado are facing. By January 1, 2014, all Boulder homes are required to replace all types of wooden roofs with materials that carry a high fire rating (meaning they are more resistant to fire). As well, residents living in San Bernadino County California Fire Safety Zones are also faced with a similar deadline (July 1, 2014) to replace all wooden roofs and have been inquiring about replacing their wood roofs with our polymer tiles.

DaVinci Roofscapes is a leader in polymer roofing. Our shake tiles, while they look like natural wood, are not made of wood at all and are approved by a wide range of HOAs. You can upgrade your roof with our polymer shakes without worrying about the setbacks of natural wood. Our products last longer than wood and require very little maintenance. With our products’ fade resistant properties, you can enjoy the look of your polymer roof tiles for many years to come.

Worried that you will need to choose a different color once you remove your natural roof? Don’t worry, we have a wide range of color selections to choose from and we also cater to custom blends to suit your project needs This makes it easy to preserve the look of your home without even knowing that you have a new roof.

If you would like more information on DaVinci Roofscapes products, please email us or call 1-800-328-4624.