Rest, Relaxation and Roofing
A place to unpack, relax and lay down after a busy day. That’s what most hotels offer their guests. But, at the Beach Terrace Inn and Hotel Breakers, they also offer a designer roof overhead from DaVinci Roofscapes that boasts a Class A Fire Rating for added peace of mind.
The eco-friendly roof on the Beach Terrace Inn is almost as picturesque as the calming Pacific Ocean waters just a few feet from the California hotel. Simulated slate roofing atop the 48 rooms in an Aberdeen blend of stone, gray, brown, green and purple shades, offers an eye-pleasing appeal to the structure. And, the easy-care polymer roofing resists the damages of salt air and sea spray, so the fake slate roof always looks its best.
Also located on restful waters, the Hotel Breakers sits between Lake Erie and Cedar Point amusement park in Ohio. The historic hotel is now in the second phase of having DaVinci synthetic slate roofing installed over the entire hotel complex.
“One of the chief reasons DaVinci slate roofing tiles were chosen for the Hotel Breakers re-roofing project originally was because the installation could be done in cold weather without having to warm the polymer roof tiles before installation,” says Jim Carson, vice president of A-STAR, the roofing company in charge of installing both phases of the imitation slate roof.
The Union Printers Home in Colorado Springs had similar cold weather concerns. When they had DaVinci composite roofing installed on their 1892 historic structure for 120 assisted living residents, temperatures were right at freezing. Then there are those lucky hospitality projects, like the Westin St. John Villas Timeshare, that have no worries. Located in the tropical paradise of the U.S. Virgin Islands, DaVinci roofing was installed by people in shorts — not in snowsuits!