DaVinci Roofscapes Celebrates 15 Years in Business
LENEXA, Kan. — As the nation prepares to celebrate Independence Day, DaVinci Roofscapes is also celebrating. This marks the 15th year of growth for the polymerslate and shake roofing company that manufactures all of its products in Kansas.
“We've grown a good deal since our beginnings 15 years ago, and we realized that our leased facility would not support our future growth,” said Ray Rosewall, president and CEO of DaVinci Roofscapes. “We recently relocated to a much larger owned facility in Lenexa, Kansas. Our new facility has enabled us to add much-needed capacity and will assure that we can meet the ongoing increases in demand for our impact- and fire-resistant roofing products.”
Started in 1999, DaVinci Roofscapes manufactures award-winning synthetic slate and shake roofing products that are installed on residential and commercial projects. The company offers a wide spectrum of 49 colors in shake and slate roofing tiles along with a variety of unique roofing color blends. According to the company, each roofing tile resists insects, fungus, algae, mold, cracking, fading and curling.
“We're extremely proud that all of our products are made in the United States, and that we support our economy by providing jobs for hard-working folks around the country,” Rosewall said. “We're part of the multiplier effect because our 'Made in America' commitment also means we purchase from suppliers located only in the United States. So, with every roofing tile we sell we're helping our economy to expand in many, many ways.”
Rosewall relates that the company feels especially patriotic this year because of the company's anniversary and the use of DaVinci products on several noteworthy American projects.
“Our roofs can be found on thousands of American homes from coast to coast along with structures at the University of Notre Dame, at DuSable Museum and on historic St. Patrick's Church,” said Rosewall. “DaVinci roofs are on the Dayton Veteran's Administration Chapel, several college campuses, in theme parks and even on the William Penn home. The successful reach of our products into the daily lives of Americans makes all of us at DaVinci extremely proud.”
For more information, visit www.davinciroofscapes.com.