For more than 150 years, the Green Mountains of Vermont have been producing slate. Slate was first quarried in Fairhaven in 1839, in the North East of Vermont.
Today more than 20 quarries continue to produce a range of slate in the traditional process. Producing a large range of colours such as, green, grey, black, red and purple.
Vermont natural slate contains little iron oxide as it is non porous, this allows the product to have longevity and maintain its quality from the time of being quarried, to the time of being laid onto the roof itself.
Vermont slate is regarded very highly due to its durability in extreme weather and low maintenance quality. It produces stunning aesthetics that are extremely long lasting.
When it comes to installing Vermont slate roofing tiles, it is important to ensure you select an expert slate roofing contractor. Our team of master slate roofers and craftsmen specialise in the construction, installation, restoration and replacement of Vermont slate roofs.