Hilltop Sea Green
Gray-Green when extracted from the quarry, a percentage of this slate will gradually weather to rich tones of buffs and tans.
Hilltop Gray Black
This semi-weathering Vermont gray-black slate will weather in part to tones of buff and brown upon exposure to the elements.
Hilltop Vermont Black
A textured semi-weathering black slate with light and dark shades. Some weathering to tones of buff will occur when exposed to the elements.
Hilltop Semi-Weathering Gray
Clear gray or gray with small black markings when extracted from the quarry, a percentage of these slates may weather to tones of buff and brown.
Hilltop Semi-Weathering Purple
A semi-weathering purple slate with some markings of green. A small percentage of some weathering to buff and brown may occur.
Hilltop Unfading Green
An unfading slate with a deep, rich lawn green color. A captivating beauty often used in combination with purple and other complimentary colors.
Hilltop Unfading Gray
This medium textured, battleship gray slate has small black or darker gray markings. The original color will hold when exposed to the elements.
Hilltop Mottled Purple
An attractive unfading slate with a natural blend of soft shades of purples and greens. Creates an exceptional roof which hold its color.
Hilltop Unfading Purple
A majestic unfading deep purple slate with occasional inclusions of green. Commonly used in combination with unfading green.
Hilltop Truthville Red
An unfading brilliant red slate with a truly unique gemstone appearance. The bright red color stays consistent, even over extended time and exposure.
Rich in color with a smooth uniform texture that makes it suitable for both formal and traditional architectures.