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.

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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.

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Good chemistry = good energy, Minnesota lakehouse built to perform

For more than three decades, Aulik Design Group, a Minneapolis-based architectural “design and build firm,” has developed a solid reputation for consistently providing its clientele with high-end, state-of-the-art projects. Not surprisingly, the company subsequently has developed many repeat customers. One of these, a client with whom President/Owner, Gary Aulik had worked in tandem with for …

Sunshine National Retail Center offers a Statement in Slate

Springfield, Missouri’s first contemporary streetscape development, strategically located at one of the city’s most “popular” intersections, consists of three modern and highly sustainable buildings. Centrally sited, the Sunshine National Retail Center is just 0.7 miles south of Missouri State University, 1.6 miles from Simon’s Battlefield Mall and a few blocks from Bass Pro Shops’ world …

A new roof for the Glenn Memorial Church

Vermont Slate has provided CUPA 14 Black slate for Glenn Memorial Church at Emory University in Atlanta. Learn more about the history behind this church and see photos of the new slate roof below. On January 11, 1920, 57 people met to express their desire to become a Methodist congregation on the new Druid Hills …