Terminology

The body of terms used with a particular technical application in a subject of study, theory, profession, etc.

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Terminology

Why Slate?

Slate is one of the few building materials that actually becomes tougher and more resilient with age, and slate roofs dating back to the 18th century still protect buildings today.  

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Why Slate?

Why Copper?

Aside from gold, copper is the only metal with natural color.  And no other metal commonly used in architecture can measure up to copper.  Its durability and aesthetics are enhanced by the beautiful progression from bright, romantic red hues to a characteristic green patina.

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Why Copper?

Copper Roofs

A copper roof installed correctly can last decades. As with any material, if the installation isn't done well the material can't do its job and will fail, as this copper roof did in less than five years.

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Copper Roofs