True slate look -- overlapping slates

Guest User
I noticed that for real slate tiles, each row of slates is offset halfway from the previous row. In almost all the metal versions I've seen, the grooves line up directly on top of each other instead. Is there a reason for this, and does anyone get closer to the true slate look? I've attached a picture below. Thanks! -- Amanda
Todd Miller
Isaiah Industries, Inc.
The picture is of a scalloped slate...that is hard to do in metal. There are diamond shaped panels produced by Classic Metal Roofing Systems and ATAS. Some of the realistic rectangular shape slates in metal are from MetalWorks and Arrowline.
Find a Contractor

Get Started Today

Take the first step to increasing the value of your home with a great looking, durable, fire resistant and energy efficient metal roof. Browse our list of qualified MRA Member Roofing Contractors in your area for a free consultation and estimate.