Fire Resistance in DaVinci Lightweight Roofing Solutions

Fire resistance wherever you live is always an important thing to consider when it comes to the roofing product that you are going to choose for your home or building. However, there are certain areas of the United States (and all around the world for that matter) where wild fires can pose a serious problem.

As a result, while others might be searching for wind resistance or impact resistance, you might be curious about the fire resistance in our shingles.

Here's a breakdown the fire resistance certifications for both our rubber slate roofs and  cedar shake alternative roofs.

SLATE

  • Multi-Width – Class A – ASTM E 108 with type II ASTM D 226 felt
  • Single-Width Valoré – Class A – ASTM E 108 with ASTM D 226 Felt
  • Bellaforté – Class A – ASTM E 108 with two layers Fontana G-40 Vulcaseal

SHAKE

  • Multi-Width – Class ASTM E 108 with one layer Fontanna G-40 Vulcaseal
  • Single-Width Valoré – – ASTM E 108 with one layer Fontana G-40 Vucaseal
  • Fancy Shake – Class A – ASTM E 108 with one lare of Fonatna G-40 Vulcaseal

Below is a photo of the burning brand test done on our synthetic slate shingles, you can see a photo of the burning brand test done on our cedar roof shingles and learn more about the burning brand test on this Class A Fire Rating by Tim Gentry.

Cedar Shake Alternative

You can see more videos that display the longevity and durability of our products on our YouTube channel.

* See DaVinci Installation Instructions for details.

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