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Spanish Slate Roofing

If you’re interested in a long-lasting, beautiful roofing material, Spanish slate is a great option. While most asphalt roofs will fail within 25 years or 30 years, a high quality slate roof can easily last for over 100 years.

There are many slate quarries in the world, and a Spanish roof made of slate is a great option if you’re not interested in Welsh Penrhyn slate, or Canadian Glendyne slate.

Read on to learn more about the high quality natural Spanish slate we offer at NSW Slate Roofing, and see if a spanish slate roof is right for you.

Spanish Slate Roofing by NSW Slate Roofing

What Makes Spanish Slate Different?

There are hundreds of slate quarries throughout the world, and each slate production center creates slate of different types, colors, and quality.

We’re proud to use Del Carmen slate for all of our Spanish slate roof projects. Del Carmen slate is a blue grey, hard, and durable slate produced from a quarry deep within the Cabrera mountains of Spain.

The slate produced at Del Carmen is of the utmost quality. It comes with a 100 year warranty, and has been recognised as passing the most strict international standards for weather resistance and colour stability.

Del Carmen slate has been used in historic buildings around the world, such as Buckingham Palace and The British Museum in the UK, due to its natural appearance and durability.

Why Should I Invest In A Spanish Slate Roof?

Del Carmen slate is not cheap – so why is it worth investing in a Spanish slate roof? There are several reasons.

First, slate is durable and resists fading, staining, weather, and debris. A slate roof can easily last more than 100 years. Slate is so durable that, when it finally must be renovated, more than half of the tiles usually remain in perfect condition!

Spanish slate can also increase the beauty and resale value of your home. Compared to metal roofs and asphalt shingles, it’s much more aesthetically pleasing. And because it does not have to be replaced, potential homeowners may be willing to pay more when it’s time to sell your home.

Finally, Spanish slate is fire resistant and mold resistant. It’s also non porous, making it impregnable to water and reducing issues like frost damage and roof leaks.

Spanish Slate Roofing By NSW Slate Roofing

Contact Us Today For An Obligation-Free Estimate

NSW Slate Roofing Sydney can offer you a range of slate roofing solutions and will be happy to provide you with a full consultation on what product may best suit your needs.

We have more than 20 years of experience installing natural roofing materials, such as Spanish Slate. NSW Slate is led by one of Australia’s only master slate roofers – Kinsley Denning. Mr. Denning has been a slate roofer since the age of 16, so you’re guaranteed exceptional results for your roofing project.

Contact us today for a free estimate! With just a few details and an initial assessment of your roof, we can give you a no-obligation quote for the price of your project, and get started right away! Trust us with all of your slate roofing needs.

Customer satisfaction is our number one priority.

Other Types Of Slate We Specialise In

Welsh Slate

Welsh Slate

At NSW Slate Roofing, we have decades of experience with slate roofs of all kinds – including Welsh slate roofs. Welsh slate is a building material renowned for its quality and durability, and is highly sought-after in international markets.

Monier Elemental Tiles

Monier Elemental TIles

The Monier Elemental Tiles Series gives you the option of choosing from a range of sizes and colours to suit your needs, whether you have a low-pitch contemporary roof or a more modern slate interpretation.

Canadian Slate

Canadian Slate

At NSW Slate Roofing, we have a tremendous variety of slate in stock. From Canadian Glendyne to Welsh Penrhyn slate, we can help you get any material for your heritage slate roof.

Composite Slate

Composite Slate

Composite slate is a great alternative to a natural slate roof. It offers a beautiful appearance and a life span of more than 30 years, and it’s low-maintenance roofing material.

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