How Long Will My Slate Roof Last?
One of the benefits of owning a slate roof is the life span. The great news is that a slate roof generally lasts a minimum of 45 years, but typically lasts far longer than that. In the roofing communities of Baltimore, Annapolis and surrounding counties, the typical slate roof will last between 70 and 100 years. Some slate types that are used in the area can last nearly 300 years. Imagine never having to replace your roof again; the value and beauty added to your home are just the icing on the cake. The peace-of-mind of owning a slate roof is to own the durability that lasts the test of time.
The slate roof life span varies based on many factors, such as original installation method, type of slate (fading and non-fading) and annual maintenance.
Roland Slate Service knows that as beautiful as a slate roof can be, what matters is how well it is installed, how well it is maintained, and the quality of materials that are used. These factors can make the difference between 50 years and 300. We can make your slate roof last up to its maximum potential.
Contact Roland Slate today for a free consultation.
The repairs you made to our slate roof held up through the most severe rain and wind we’ve ever had. No Leaks! Thank you, Roland Slate, for the excellent service and attention. Your workers were precise and very neat.
Mrs. Klaitman- Baltimore, MD 21209