The Leader in Sustainable Steep-Slope Roofing

Offering superior performance and durability, EcoStar products are manufactured with recycled rubber and plastics and are highly flexible, sustainable and environmentally friendly. Providing superior protection against impact and harsh weather conditions, all EcoStar slate and shake tiles offer Class 4 impact resistance and are available with a 50-year Gold Star Warranty or 50-Year Limited Material Warranty.

From The Newsroom

  • EcoStar to Exhibit at the AIA Conference

    EcoStar will be exhibiting at the AIA Conference on Architecture from June 21-22, 2018. The AIA Conference is three immersive days of what’s new in architecture and design, and is hosted in one of the most iconic cities in the world. Visit EcoStar in booth #2080. Read More >
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  • EcoStar to Exhibit at Miacon 2018

    EcoStar will be exhibiting at the Miami Construction Show (Miacon) from May 17-19, 2018. The Miacon Show / Expo brings all the trades together to present the newest materials, supplies, technology and more. Visit EcoStar in booth #808. Read More >
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  • EcoStar to Exhibit at NFMT Expo 2018

    EcoStar will be exhibiting at the NFMT Expo from March 20-22, 2018. The NFMT showcases the newest FM technologies and solutions and is the largest expo for facilities professionals. Visit EcoStar in booth #1518. Read More >
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  • Snow Guards to the Rescue

    Tips from Bill Shimburski, Technical Services Manager. With the severe winter weather we’ve been experiencing on the East Coast, I wanted to outline our position on the installation of snow guards on EcoStar roof systems. EcoStar tiles have a much smoother surface than asphalt shingles and lend themselves to more frequent snow slides if snow … Continued
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  • Meet the Technical Team: Ron Cole

    We asked Ron Cole, an EcoStar Field Service Representative, to tell us a little about his background and how he got involved in this industry. And this is what he had to say.  “I started in the roofing industry when I was 15 years old. I was offered a roofing job that paid 75 cents/hour … Continued
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