The Cure to Hail Trouble

DaVinci Hail Cure
July 20, 2021 at 6:00 a.m.

By DaVinci Roofscapes 

Composite slate roofs fix this couple’s constant worries about hail damage. 

Hail is an unavoidable part of life in a tornado prone area. For people like the Taylors, in Frisco, Texas, hail damage is inevitable. Especially considering their giant roof, which acts like a bull’s-eye for hail to bombard during a storm. The Taylors needed a roof that could stand up to the never-ending hail, and found a remedy to their hail troubles with composite slate roofing from DaVinci Roofscapes

“We get approximately three significant hail storms each year in our area,” says Larry Taylor. “Our composition shingle roof simply couldn’t handle the constant hail. Our home is just 10 years old but the roof was beaten up with the constant hail damage.” 

No More “Hail Headaches” 

To stop the “hail headaches,” Taylor and his wife Moirae started searching online for a new roof. They decided on a DaVinci Single-Width Slate roof in a Smokey Gray color for their old-world style stone home. 

“My wife and I were strongly considering a real slate roof,” says Taylor. “Many factors, including the weight and cost of real slate, made us look at similar alternatives. That’s how we discovered the DaVinci composite slate roofs. 

“We decided to invest in a DaVinci roof because we like their slate look that has lots of depth and character on each shingle. The choice of colors was terrific, and we appreciate the low maintenance and fire resistance of the product. But most importantly, this roofing has been tested and warranted for impact. We don’t want to have to replace another roof again in our lifetime.” 

Composite slate made to last 

DaVinci’s Single-Width tiles add a budget-friendly touch to a home when installed in either a straight or staggered pattern. The uniform tile size and impact-resistant composite construction work to reduce waste and speed up installation. 

With a 12-inch tile width and ½-inch thickness, the DaVinci Single-Width tiles are twice the thickness of most other synthetic slate pieces. Engineered to handle the most severe weather conditions, the composite slate pieces now on the Taylor’s home have a Class 4 impact resistance rating and a Class A fire rating. The tiles can even withstand severe winds up to 110mph and are approved by the Texas Department of Insurance. 

Roof relief 

After working with MK Custom Roofing, the Taylors have the roof of their dreams. 

“We love this roof,” says Taylor. “We’re constantly getting comments and compliments from our neighbors. We’re proud to be the first ones in our neighborhood that have this composite slate roof. 

“The HOA had to approve this type of new roofing material for our community, and we’re certain more of our neighbors will move to this type of composite roofing in the future.” 

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Original article source: DaVinci Roofscapes 



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