LENEXA, Kan. —  DaVinci Roofscapes has increased its prize offering in the 2014 version of The Great TOH Giveaway, set to launch in the August issue of This Old House magazine. DaVinci will contribute $75,000 worth of Bellaforté polymer roofing tiles for the promotion.

The DaVinci prize will be broken into three packages (each valued at $25,000) of Bellaforté product. The three lucky winners may each select from Bellaforté Shake or Bellaforté Slate products as their prize in the contest. This is the third year that DaVinci has been a major sponsor with This Old House Ventures on The Great TOH Giveaway. Overall, more than $727,000 worth of prizes will be given away in the massive consumer contest.

“It's exciting to offer even more DaVinci products to winners than we have in our previous contests,” said Scott Omelianuk, editor of This Old House magazine. “These synthetic roofing products received a strong amount of attention in our last two contests, and we’re pleased that DaVinci is again serving as the exclusive provider of roofing products for The Great TOH Giveaway this year.”

Bellaforté roofing tiles have all the appearance and beauty of natural slate or shake roofing tiles but with a higher level of durability achieved by the company’s proprietary-engineered polymer roofing formula.

Readers of the August 2014 issue of This Old House magazine can register for prizes from July 1 to Sept. 1, 2014. People can also visit www.thisoldhouse.com/win to enter online and gain rules and requirements of the contest.

“The three winners of this year's DaVinci prizes will be able to select from any of our available colors or blends in the Bellaforté product line,” said Ray Rosewall, president and CEO of DaVinci Roofscapes. “These roofing tiles are ideal for all styles of homes across the country. The low-maintenance polymer tiles are impact and fire resistant, plus they resist curling, cracking and fading, algae, fungus and insects under normal conditions. Additionally, DaVinci roofing tiles resist water absorption, which eliminates freeze-thaw issues and allows for installation in all weather conditions.”

Synthetic roofing tiles produced by DaVinci use virgin resins to assure product consistency and longevity. The proprietary engineered polymer incorporates fire retardant and state-of-the-art ultraviolet and color stabilizers specifically formulated to withstand the wide variety of challenging environments that roofing materials are exposed to year after year. By using the finest resins available, DaVinci can provide a 50-year limited warranty on its roofing tiles. This long life means that homeowners can forgo the expense and hassle of roof replacement, which eliminates additional construction waste and landfill load.

DaVinci also offers a unique program that encourages roofers and contractors to return the company's environmentally friendly roof scraps and cuttings from a project to its Kansas plant for recycling. The tiles are repurposed as started tiles, thus keeping waste out of landfills.

For visit information, visit www.davinciroofscapes.com or www.thisoldhouse.com/win.