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DaVinci Roofscapes, LLC manufactures engineered polymer synthetic shingles made to look like traditional slate and cedar shake shingles. These shingles are blended with fire retardants and UV stabilizers.
The surface of the shingle resembles the textured appearance of slate or cedar shingles. Each order of shingles (both the synthetic shake and slate) come packaged in a mix of sizes and color tones to closely mimic the random quality of natural materials.
DaVinci slate shingles are 1/2-inch thick and available in 23 colors; the shake shingles are 5/8-inch thick and available in numerous color options. In addition to these two multi-width options, the company also offers its Valoré slate, Valoré shake and Bellafort single-width shingle products. The shingles carry a Class A fire rating, a Class 4 impact resistance rating and are rated to withstand winds up to 110 mph.
DaVinci slate shingles received HGTV's Most Valuable Product award in 2004. The shake shingles received the award in 2005. The company also was given the 2004 MVP award by Building Products and Hanley-Wood Publishers.
History of DaVinci Roofscapes
Kansas-based DaVinci Roofscapes was founded by John Humphreys in 1999. Humphreys' family owned an asphalt shingle business. He used his experience in the shingle manufacturing business to create a high-end synthetic shingle that could be used as a replacement for traditional roofing materials. In 2006, private equity group TGP Investments LLC began its investment in the company, at which point DaVinci expanded beyond its homeowner customer base to reach out to contractors.
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1413 Osage Avenue
Kansas City, KS 66105
Phone: (855) 299-5301
Both DaVinci slate and shake shingles carry a 50-year limited warranty, the first ten years of which are non-prorated. The warranty covers manufacturers' defects and warrants against color fading. Wind damage is warranted only for the first ten years, and only up to 90 mph. The terms of the warranty can be transferred to a new homeowner, although proof of purchase of the shingles is required for any claims.