LENEXA, Kan. – DaVinci Roofscapes, a leading manufacturer of composite slate and shake roofing tiles, has received Canadian Construction Materials Centre (CCMC) approval on its full line of roofing products.
The approval, which authorizes that the company’s products meet the requirements of the National Building Code of Canada, includes the application of DaVinci products in both new construction and replacement projects.
“Rigorous third-party testing by an organization accredited by the Standards Council of Canada has provided positive results for our products, thus paving the way for their use throughout all of Canada,” says Ray Rosewall, president and CEO of DaVinci Roofscapes. "We’re pleased to attain this CCMC approval so that Canadian architects and building industry professionals can confidently specify and install our composite roofing materials.”
DaVinci slate and shake roofing products are manufactured from a composite material made of pure resins, UV and thermal stabilizers, as well as highly-specialized fire retardant. The state-of-the-art tiles are crafted with the greatest degree of color control and consistency. The result is an enduring roof that performs reliably and beautifully in any climate.
Each DaVinci tile has been crafted to resist impact and fire, along with high winds, mold, algae, fungus and insects. The tiles also defy fading, rotting and cracking. Each tile lives up to the look of nature, but does so without the ongoing hassles of maintenance, repairs and replacement.
For more information visit www.davinciroofscapes.com.