Mont Saint Michel proves the durability of the slate roofs

Perhaps there is no more convincing evidence of the resistance of the slate to weather and climate than Mount Saint Michel, France. The roofs of the abbey, the churches, the forts and the houses, have been there since the year 709, resisting over the centuries to this day, maintaining its beauty and immaculate properties.

The slate roofs present in the architecture of Mont Saint Michel are proof that in addition to beauty and rusticity, strength and durability are also remarkable and a differential of this product provided by Micapel Slate. Because the water absorption is almost zero, the feature of the tile does not change due to mold or mildew.