Slate Roofing

Slate is the best roofing material known to man. A natural material that lasts over 100 years and guarantees a perfect performance in any condition. Vermont Slate offers the widest range of roofing slates in the market, with more than 40.000 combinations of models, sizes and shapes.

Roofing slates
natural slate roofing
slate siding

Slate Rainscreen

CUPACLAD® slate siding systems offer a revolution in cladding applications for natural slate. Highly durable tectonic slate and new fixing systems combine for a lightweight and easy to install solution that maximizes the benefits of ventilated facades.

Slate siding

Readyslate System

READYSLATE® is the first pre-assembled natural slate roofing system. READYSLATE® keeps all the exceptional properties of natural slate, a product which has been molded by nature for over 500 million years with unmatchable and unbeatable characteristics.

Readyslate
readyslate easy roofing system

CUPACLAD; ready to withstand wind and snow at new headquarters in Fargo

When your firm’s headquarters is being built in Fargo, North Dakota you need a façade that can withstand the elements. With temperatures averaging from 0 degrees in winter and 82 degrees in summer and an average of 19 inches of rainfall and 39 inches of snow per year – your façade material needs to be …

CUPACLAD slate brings school building into the 21st century

The Lawrenceville School was founded in 1810 as an all-male preparatory boarding school, specializing in getting promising young men ready for nearby Princeton University. Located in the historic village of Lawrenceville, New Jersey, the school’s 200-year history includes its progression from initially being a one-building schoolhouse to an exclusive 700-acre campus today. Fast forward over …

A natural and peaceful community covered by READYSLATE

When designing a development near the shores of Flathead Lake, amidst a forest of century-old pines, using natural materials is not an option, it’s mandatory. That was the motto of the TATANKA homes project, the epitome of modern-rustic American luxury. Jamie Owens, designer and project developer explains: “We wanted a natural product and happily discovered …