Euroshield® manufactures 5 types of Eco-Friendly Roofing systems… Heritage Slate, Harvest Shake, Beaumont Shake, Rundle Slate and Ranchlands Shake® HARVEST SHAKE Officially launched January 24th of 2012, it is a thinner and lighter version of our “tried and true” EuroShake® product, but at a much lower price point and as such will appeal to a wider audience in search of premium hi-performance shake-like roofing. It is offered in 3 colours (Woodlands Brown, Saxon Black and Silverwood) with an exposure to-the-weather of 7.5″. It comes in a familiar panel-type form and is designed to install with the speed of asphalt shingles, saving both time and money. It is competitively positioned between asphalt shingles and premium roofing options such as slate, wood, metal and other synthetic roofing.

Our Primary Services

  • Indestructible Roofing
  • Hurricane Proof Slate or Shake Roofing
  • Aesthetically Pleasing Roof Slate or Shake
  • Water Harvesting
  • Caribbean climate protection
  • 50 year warranty

Industries We Serve

  • Food & Beverage
  • Hotel & Tourism
  • Industry/Manufacturing
  • Municipal
  • General Construction
  • Residential/Commercial Construction

Project References

  

Project: Euroshield Rubber Roof Survives after Category 5 Hurricane Irma
Location: St. Martin

“We own a tourist residence on the island of St. Martin in the Caribbean. It is a 4 star guest house with hotel services (www.residence-adam-eve.com). In 2015 we decided to change our roof to Euroshield Rundle Slate (formerly EuroSlate). Our decision was influenced by strength, wind and impact resistance, insulation and looks. On September 4th 2017 we suffered the largest hurricane the earth has seen…Irma, which hit St. Martin as a Category 5 hurricane. We had sustained winds of 300km/hr with gusts to 360km/hr. You can see the damage to dwellings on YouTube. At the end of the hurricane, we noticed our neighbor to the left, his roof flew away, house destroyed and will need to be rebuilt. Our neighbor to the right…his roof is on the road. For us…our Euroshield roof lost only a few ridge and hip caps…the roof body was not impacted. After a big cleaning, we were able to open up to customers 5 days later. 80% of hotels will not be able to reopen for up to a year. We are thoroughly convinced that if we did not have Euroshield roofing our hotel would have been like everyone else…very badly damaged”. I declare this testimony sincere and genuine. I agree to receive emails (caroline@residence-adam-eve.com) from people who are interested in my experience and Euroshield tiles.”  Caroline and Alain – Owners of Residence Adam & Eve – St. Martin

Project: The “Cage” Roofing Dilemma
Location: Calgary, Alberta

Sam Kassam, owner of “The Cage” batting cage located at Shouldice Park in Calgary, Alberta, contacted us with a roofing dilemma most people will never encounter. Baseballs being driven into his roof. The batting cage is located on a sloped concrete pad outdoors and has a circus tent-like mesh to contain the balls. In the center are the ball launchers which fire balls up to 80 mph at the batter. Many are driven directly into the roof of the structure. Sam has tried many roof coverings over the years and due to the severe conditions, they have not lasted very long. The Cage has thousands of visitors each year who come to practice their batting skills. Some are at a high skill level and hit balls over 100mph into the netting and directly onto the roof. “The impact speed of the balls is typically between 30mph and 100mph,” Sam says. “I would estimate that of the 500,000 or so balls hit during the first season (Euroshield roofing was installed for the start of the 2017 season in April), around 100,000 of them hit the Euroshield Heritage Slate roof within those speeds in this first full season. Sam had heard about Euroshield roofing and how hail resistant it was so he decided to give it a try. Sam commented… “On inspection of the roof at the end of the season, I do not see any visible signs the roof has been damaged in any way. It still looks like the day it was installed. I am extremely pleased and amazed”.

Project: Replacement of Slate Roof on the iconic Old Course Hotel, Golf Resort & Spa
Location: St. Andrews, Scotland

The architect (Neil McLeish – NMA Architect – Edinburgh), CBA Surveyors and the Old Course Hotel, Golf Resort & Spa, after an extensive world-wide product search, selected Euroshield’s Heritage Slate rubber roofing to reroof the famous Five-Red Star Old Course Hotel, Golf Resort & Spa in St Andrews, Scotland. The refurbishment started on January 2nd 2017 and was to be completed on 13th April 2017. The Old Course Hotel, Golf Resort & Spa, regarded as one of Europe’s leading resorts, has a slate roof covering at present, which is 28 years old and damaged by golf balls over the years. Euroshield’s Heritage Slate was chosen because it is an environmentally friendly and accurate replication of the current slate roof. An added benefit for the Old Course Hotel, Golf Resort & Spa is Euroshield’s ability to absorb and deflect the energy from golf ball impact without dents, cracks or damage. The current slate roof had considerable damage, cracked and broken tiles, from golf ball strikes over the years.

Product Information

 

 

Lifetime Roofing, Hurricane Resistant, Water Harvesting, Rubber Roofing , Caribbean Climate Roofing, Aesthetic Beauty, Construction, Re-Roof

Address

Our Address:

9330 48 Street SE, Calgary, Alberta T2C 2R2

Contact:

Fred Caissie, Caribbean Sales Director

Telephone:
Contact Owner

Locations we serve

All Caribbean

Anguilla

Antigua & Barbuda

Aruba

Bahamas

Barbados

Belize

Bermuda

Bonaire

British Virgin Islands

Cayman Islands

Cuba

Curacao

Dominica

Grenada

Guyana

Haiti

Jamaica

Martinique

Montserrat

Puerto Rico

Saba

Saint Barthelemy

Saint Lucia

Sint Eustatius

Sint Martin

St. Kitts & Nevis

St. Marteen

St. Vincent & Grenadines

Suriname

Trinidad & Tobago

US Virgin Islands