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Vermont Roofing Slate

Seagreen Slate
This is the most popular of all Vermont slates.  It starts out as a clear grey/green and then due to atmospheric moisture over a couple of years, most of the pieces will begin to change color making the end result a rainbow of browns, buffs, rusts, etc… It makes an exceptional looking roof and can be seen all over the Northeastern United States.

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Unfading Green
This is an excellent choice for a roof as it will not fade or weather.  Typically the slate is a gray/green but can move to a bright green, but will remain that color for the life of the roof.  Impervious to acids and virtually impervious to water makes this a good choice for a roof when you want the color to stay green.

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Unfading Mottled Green & Purple
As the name implies this slate will not change color, is impervious to acids and virtually impervious to water this color makes for a unique look on the roof.  The color will run from 80% purple to 20% green and vice versa.  When it is installed it all blends together making it a showcase for a roof.

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Unfading Red
Undoubtedly the rarest slate on the earth as it is only quarried in the southern end of the slate belt in New York State this slate makes for a stunning roof.  Containing black veins and white quartz lines which do not hinder the integrity of the stone it is very strong and durable.  Acid resistant and virtually impervious to water it also makes nice accents when used Unfading Green or Buckingham Black.

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Vermont Purple
Typically characterized by a plum purple color with green spots ranging from the size of a pinhead to a silver dollar this roof is quite stunning; especially as accents with Unfading Green and Unfading Mottled Green and Purple.  It is also used as a manor blend of which it is approximately 10% and is combined with Seagreen and Vermont Semi-Weathering Grey.

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Vermont semi-Weathering Grey
A light grey in color this slate will have a slight tendency to weather to browns or buffs, although most of it will remain grey with little to no color change.  It is a very popular light grey slate as it is used on numerous roofs and is the definition of “slate colored”.

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Vermont Semi-Weathering Grey/Black
Similar to the clear grey this slate is has black veins or stripes that run through it; although the black veins will not compromise the integrity of the stone as they are the strongest part.  Like the clear grey the pieces will weather somewhat but it won’t change significantly.  The black veining offers texture to the roof making it very attractive.

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