You can recognise this style of home with its decorative trim, a steep roofline that has irregular shapes and the classic bay windows. Some older Victorian homes have turrets, various colours of paint, and porches on columns.
Slateline Designer roof shingles are a perfect match for this particular type of home. Homes like these are not constructed these days, so a stately older Victorian home is the best candidate for this style of asphalt shingle to be used when re-roofing. The Slateline asphalt designer shingle gives that look of real slate but costs nowhere near as much.
Slateline colour ranges are created in vibrant tones that add to that mysterious appearance of Victorian architecture.
Like Real Slate Shingles
The Slateline Designer asphalt shingles were made so as to look exactly the same as real slate. They are a heavy, thick shingle with an elegant look about them. Yes, they are a lot more expensive than normal architectural shingles. On the other hand, they cost a lot less than real slate shingles.
Make it a Great Roof
The Slateline Designer shingles look the best on roofs that have a steep pitch because you can actually see the shingle and pattern clearly. While they can be put on a lower sloped roof, they don’t look quite as good as you can only see the butt-end of the shingle.