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What's a roofer to do?

DaVinci Korellis home
January 16, 2024 at 9:00 a.m.

See why this roofer chose composite shingles to return their home to the traditional beauty they were looking for.

When roofer Pete Korellis bought his home, he knew immediately that the asphalt shingle roof had to go.

“The roof was only six months old,” says Korellis, owner of Korellis Roofing in Hammond, Indiana. “However, my wife, Susan, and I knew we had to make a change. The newly installed standard shingles didn’t architecturally complement the ‘Old World style’ of our house.”

The need for roof appeal

The Korellis home’s roof has a 12/12 pitch, giving it a great deal of curb appeal. Actually, it’s the most notable feature of the home exterior.

Having used DaVinci Roofscapes composite roofing on company projects in the past, Korellis decided that the product was definitely worth a second look for his personal house.

“Our home has multi-colored brick with limestone,” says Korellis. “We wanted a stately standard-width roof tile. The DaVinci Single-Width Slate in the Slate Black color is perfect. This roof adds to the architectural beauty of the home without making it look too busy.”

The striking black color on the roof will retain its color for many years. Each DaVinci tile is made with virgin resins. DaVinci adds a UV stabilizer package that includes the latest in technology of UV absorbers, hindered amine light stabilizers and thermal stabilizers. In other words, with color throughout each piece, the tiles resist fading due to harsh sun rays, preserving the traditional beauty on the roof.

Made to withstand Mother Nature

Korellis and his wife made a smart decision in making their investment in composite roofing materials from DaVinci. If they could look behind the scenes at the plant in Kansas, they’d see that each tile is made to last.

The DaVinci team knows that Mother Nature can be brutal on roofs. That’s why the DaVinci team engineers its composite roofing tiles to specific tolerances that meet a perfect composite formula for dependability, long-lasting beauty and performance.

While the damaging effects of sun, hail, gale-force winds and freeze and thaw cycles will damage most roofing products, that’s not the case with DaVinci composite shake and composite slate tiles. The unique composite construction of the company’s tiles outperforms both natural slate and cedar shake. See how the products truly stand up against other roofing products in this video.

Real beauty on the roof

DaVinci composite slate and shake products defy the elements for decades, providing homeowners with worry-free beauty. They get roofing tiles that live up to the look of nature, without the ongoing hassles of maintenance, repairs and replacement.

With the look of natural shake or slate that homeowners desire, DaVinci products resist fading, rotting, cracking and pests — plus high winds, hail and fire.

Once a composite roofing product from DaVinci has been installed, you can step back and relax. 

Enjoy the knowledge that these roofing tiles were crafted by the leader in the composite roofing industry. And, get peace-of-mind from providing your customers with a Lifetime Limited Material Warranty.

Learn more about DaVinci Roofscapes in their Coffee Shop Directory or visit www.davinciroofscapes.com.



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