Enviroshake’s exact formula is a trade secret. Our products are composite materials created
from 95% recycled materials, including post-industrial plastics, natural fibres, and elastomers.
Our formulation is enhanced with a proprietary blend of additives that protect our products
from UV degradation and allow them to truly replicate the look of natural cedar and slate.
Post-industrial materials are highly robust and do not have the impurities that post-consumer
blends struggle with.
Enviroshake has been in business since 1998, making us not only a leader, but a pioneer in
the composite roofing industry.
Enviroshake® and Enviroslate® are 12" (305 mm) in width and 20" (510 mm) in length.
Enviroshingle® is 20" (510 mm) in width and 12" (305 mm) in length.
Enviroshake features 6 profiles, Enviroshingle features 2 profiles, and Enviroslate features a single profile.
Yes, all Enviroshake products are made from 95% post-industrial recycled materials.
Yes, all Enviroshake roofing tiles are 100% recyclable.
Yes, Enviroshake products can withstand winds up to 180 mph (290 km/h). Enviroshake exceeds
Miami Dade's High Velocity Hurricane Zone wind speed requirements.
Enviroshake tiles do not need time to seal in order to be effective, and our Gold-Level
Warranty is not void even if the product endures wind speeds of 180 mph.
Yes, Enviroshake has a Class 4 UL 2218 impact rating. This is the highest available impact rating.
All of our roofing tiles are lighter than their natural counterparts.
Enviroshake® and Enviroshingle® weigh approximately 260 lbs (120 kg) per
square. A comparable cedar roof weighs between 300 lbs (135 kg) and 500lbs (225 kg), depending on
whether it's wet or dry.
Enviroslate® weighs approximately 275 lbs (125 kg) per square. A comparable natural slate
roof with tiles 1/2" (13 mm) thick weighs almost 1900lbs (860kg) per square.
Our most common colours are as follows:
Enviroshake: Aged Cedar, Silvered Cedar, and Multi-Tone
Enviroslate: Charcoal Grey, Stone Grey, Onyx Black, Sage Green, Plum Purple, Multi-Tone
Enviroshingle: Aged Cedar, Silvered Cedar
Not exactly what you had in mind? Let us make a custom colour that makes your dreams a reality!
To ensure the most natural possible look on the roof, all Enviroshake products are designed to
weather. As with cedar and slate, there will be slight variations in the shading and thickness of our
shakes and shingles.
Enviroshake offers the authentic look of cedar shake
Enviroslate offers the authentic look of natural slate
Enviroshingle offers the authentic look of natural cedar perfection shingle
All Enviroshake roofing tiles are designed to offer industry-leading performance, and have been
tested to industry standards.
If you live in an area that receives snow, we highly recommend installing snow guards.
Yes, but they are slippery when wet.
Accelerated weather testing indicates that Enviroshake products have a life expectancy that is
considerably longer than the lifetime transferable warranty that is offered.
Although Enviroshake products are easy to install, only roofs installed by a Factory Trained
Installer will be eligible for our warranty.
Different jurisdictions have different code regulations, but generally speaking, Enviroshake
products can be installed over one layer of existing asphalt shingles, provided the roof beneath
is structurally sound. However, Enviroshake does not recommend this practice. It is best to
ensure the roof deck is in good form before installing our product.
Your Enviroshake roof must be installed by a Factory Trained Installer who must register the product.
Yes! Enviroshake does offer Envirocool®, a cool roofing material. Envirocool is a Cool Roof
Rating Council-rated product. Click here to learn more about how you can reduce your cooling
bill by up to 30%!
Enviroshake recommends 11⁄2” stainless steel ring shank roofing nails, but double dipped
galvanized nails are acceptable. We recommend you install with a nail gun, but tiles can be
hand-nailed if needed. Enviroshake requires 4 nails per tile.
You can use standard roof vents and ridge vents. Flexible or rigid vents both work with
Enviroshake. If you are using ridge vents, please drop the ridge cap size down by 1 slope
Enviroshake recommends 24” (610 mm) gauge metal, and a 1⁄2" (13 mm) safety.
Enviroshake recommends Copper, but 24” (610 mm) heavy gauge metal is acceptable.
Enviroshake® and Enviroslate® come in 13-piece bundles. When installed at a 9" (230 mm) exposure, 1 bundle covers 10 square feet (0.93 m2), and 10 bundles cover 1 square (9.3 m2). If installing Enviroshake or Enviroslate at a 7” exposure, factor in 18% more material.
Enviroshingle® comes in 14-piece bundles. When installed at a 5" (130 vmm) exposure, 1 bundle covers 10 square feet (0.93 m2), and 10 bundles cover 1 square (9.3 m2).
Enviroshake recommends factoring in 5-10% for waste.
Enviroshake® and Enviroslate® are designed to be installed at a 9” (230 mm) exposure, but can be installed down to a 6" exposure.
Enviroshingle® is designed to be installed at a 5¼" (133 mm) exposure.
Yes. There is a nominal amount of thermal expansion, so it is imperative that you install with a gap of at least 3/8” (9.5 mm) between every piece.
Yes. Enviroshake has been used on many mansard and siding projects.
We recommend installing on roofs with a pitch of 2/12 (9.5°) or greater. Please refer to
our low slope installation guide when installing on pitches lower than 3/12 (14°).
We recommend using the Alpine® SnowGuard Half Round (PD10) snow guards. These can purchased from Enviroshake with your order.
Enviroshake & Enviroslate: 1 square covers 100 square feet at a 9″ exposure. If Installing Enviroshake at a 7” exposure add 18% more material.
Enviroshingle: 1 square covers 100 square feet at a 5″ exposure.
Yes! Enviroshake does offer Envirocool, a cool roofing material. Envirocool is a CRRC (Cool Roof Rating Council) rated product, with an SRI of 31.