Canada is the home of North Country Slate. This is where it began, and we have done restoration, new residential and commercial building projects the full length and width of the province. From Cornwall to Windsor and St. Catherines to Thunder Bay, North Country Slate shingles adorn buildings at Queens University in Kingston, the University of Toronto and the Art Gallery of Ontario in Toronto, Laurier House in Ottawa and the Goderich Town Hall.
St. Michael’s Cathedral in Toronto is crowned by a North Country Unfading Black slate shingle roof with North Country Unfading Green and North Country Unfading Red to create a pattern and our slate shingles have been chosen for many, many other religious buildings across the province.
The upscale neighborhoods of Forest Hill, Post Road, High Park, Rosedale and the lakeshore of Oakville possess innumerable spectacular private homes that are sheltered by North Country black, green, gray, purple and mottled slates from quarries in Vermont and Quebec. The maintenance and restoration of older treasured and historic homes across the province is a constant part of our business.
Significant inventory is held in our Toronto distribution yard and support in person from our technical representative, John Neil, is only a phone call away due to our proximity to this market. John is familiar with all qualified slate roofing contractors working in the province and is a vital resource for architects, designers, restoration professionals and custom home builders on all things slate.
Look for North Country Slate roofs in Toronto, Peterborough, Burlington, Kingston, Hamilton, Aurora, Cambridge, Belleville, Goderich, Mississauga, Ottawa, Windsor, Woodbridge, St. Catherines, Muskoka, Thunder Bay, Brockville, King City, Guelph, London, Oshawa, Chatham, Oakville, Sarnia, Burlington and Milton.