Is Burnished Slate brown or gray?

Is Burnished Slate brown or gray?

Burnished Slate has a dark gray finish with brown undertones. We always recommend obtaining a physical sample of our colors as different printing variations and displays settings can alter the true color.

What is burnished Slate?

Burnished Slate Rawhide offers a natural gray finish with a subtle texture. Run this finish alongside natural stone like brick or neutral siding for a beautiful contrast of textures and colors. With a natural gray finish, Burnished Slate is similar to our Bonderized finish but comes with a 30-year warranty.

What color is metal slate?

Slate Gray has a dark gray finish with cool blue undertones.

Is Slate heavier than steel?

Metal roofs, also known as steel roofing, come in a range of materials, including zinc, copper, alloy, and steel. Steel roofing is also much lighter than slate or tile. Metal roofs come in a variety of styles and colours, and a metal roof can last between 30 and 50 years.

What is a standing seam metal roof?

Standing seam metal roofing is a concealed fastener roofing system which features vertical or trapezoidal legs with a flat space in between. Since these panels are attached to the roof deck with clamps, they’re free of any holes from nails or other fasteners which could allow moisture to seep through.

What color is Galvalume?

Galvalume® has a highly reflective, silver spangled color which weathers in unique patterns over the life of the roof for a rustic, natural appearance. * Galvalume® is the successor to the Galvanized coating that has been in use since the 1800’s.

Is a slate roof more expensive than metal?

In addition to offering a plethora of options to satisfy all architectural styles and designs, metal roofs are much more affordable than slate roofs. According to Angie’s List, while a metal roof costs about $350 to $1,500 per 100 square feet, a slate roof generally costs five times more.

Is slate considered metal?

Slate is a fine-grained, foliated, homogeneous metamorphic rock derived from an original shale-type sedimentary rock composed of clay or volcanic ash through low-grade regional metamorphism. It is the finest grained foliated metamorphic rock. It may mean a single roofing tile made of slate, or a writing slate.