DaVinci Roofscapes has revealed its top projects from 2020 in both the commercial and residential sectors. Whether it’s one-of-a-kind homes or 30,000-square-foot churches, these projects exemplified the diversity and quality that DaVinci Roofscape’s products can achieve.
With projects located around the U.S. and Canada, DaVinci Roofscapes had plenty of projects to choose from, but narrowed it down to these entries.
Reroofing a Frank Lloyd Wright Home – Racine, Wis.
Located on the shore of Lake Michigan sits a home designed and built by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1905. The stucco finish front, intricately detailed windows and breathtaking waterfront views make this a home like no other in the Racine neighborhood. A newly-added DaVinci Single-Width Slate roof in an Aged Cedar color has brought rave reviews from both area residents and Frank Lloyd Wright enthusiasts.
DaVinci Composite Roof Stands Up to Derecho – Vinton, Iowa
Carol and Ray Knoff reroofed their Victorian-style home in 2012 with Bellaforté Slate and DaVinci Multi-Width Slate tiles. Eight years later, a powerful derecho with 130-mph winds tormented their home. For Iowa residents, it was like experiencing an EF-2 tornado. While roofs and homes were torn apart all around them, the Knoffs had just one raised roof tile.
One-of-a-Kind Home with a One-of-a-Kind Composite Roof – Caledon East, Ontario, Canada
Nothing compares to the lodge-type dream home recently sold in Canada. The three-story retreat features a newly-installed DaVinci Select Shake roof in a Tahoe color. The aesthetic appeal of the roof is matched only by its ability to anchor the design of this stunning mountain home.
One-on-One Support from DaVinci – Keller, Texas
Storm damage qualified the Ollman family for a new roof. But, where to start? After picking up the phone and calling DaVinci Roofscapes, the Ollmans got all the help they needed. Customer service representatives and a color expert consultant helped the Ollmans select a DaVinci Multi-Width Slate roof in a Weathered Green color to complement their home’s brick and stonework exterior.
Five DaVinci Slate Roofs in One Family – Rochester, New York
Seven years ago, Peter and Susan Schottland purchased a home. It came with a new DaVinci slate roof. They liked it so much, that they had a DaVinci slate roof installed on a newly-constructed family retreat. The DaVinci composite roofs made such an impact on family members that soon both their daughters and Peter’s mother had DaVinci slate roofs on their homes.
BONUS: Six Dream Homes. Six Dream Composite Roofs – Highlands, N.J.
When Home & Land Development Corp. decided to construct six waterfront custom homes overlooking the Atlantic Ocean, they knew what roofing product to select. Being so close to the water, builder Charles Farkouh chose Bellaforté Slate. With 10 years of previous homes constructed with the composite roofing, the builder knew the eye-catching roofs would help protect the homes from severe weather, high winds and long-term maintenance.
Aspen Chapel Boasts Composite Roofing – Aspen, Colo.
Internationally known for its retreats, worship services and music programs, the Aspen Chapel is now 50 years old. Decaying real cedar shakes were recently replaced from the roof and steeple. In their place are now nature-inspired Select Shake Aged Cedar composite roofing tiles from DaVinci Roofscapes.
Synthetic Slate Roofing at Ashton Grove Senior Living – Georgetown, Ky.
Continental Senior Communities has used DaVinci roofing products on several of their large-scale senior living facilities. So, when they recently built the new Ashton Grove Senior Living center, it was only natural for them to select Bellaforté Slate roofing. Now the 23 independent living cottages and the main building all have reliable synthetic slate roofing overhead.
Architect Specifies Synthetic Slate on Historic Structure – Owatonna, Minn.
Built in 1886, the red brick city administration building in Owatonna is on the National Register of Historical Places. It also houses the Minnesota State Public School Orphanage Museum. A recent building exterior upgrade saw new DaVinci Single-Width Slate tiles added to the Romanesque Revival style building in a European color blend.
Massive Magdalen Catholic Church Gets Synthetic Slate Roof – Wichita, Kan.
Ten years after being built, the 30,000-square-foot Magdalen Catholic Church was already in need of a new roof. Storm damage had taken its toll on the Kansas church that seats 1,500 people in a round sanctuary. They chose DaVinci Single-Width Slate roofing to help protect the church from future attacks by Mother Nature.
Shaking Up Condos with Select Shake –Edina, Minn.
Applied in a mansard style around four brick buildings, Select Shake tiles in Aged Cedar have upgraded the look of the 164 units at Edina West Condos. Old, damaged real cedar shakes are now gone. In their place, durable DaVinci composite tiles have been installed. The roofing is ideal for multi-family residences — it resists fading, rotting, cracking, fire, insects and severe weather conditions.