Robert, a Texas homeowner, recently moved his 113-year-old Victorian home fifteen miles from its original spot. After the move, he needed a new roof to match his home’s unique style with long life, protection from hail and fire, and high heat reflectivity to combat the Texas summer.
The historical Shadelands Ranch in Walnut Creek, California, outlived its 30-year-old redwood shake. The Walnut Creek Historical Society wanted a new energy-efficient, durable roof made from recycled materials, fire-resistant, and matching with the existing style.
David, a homeowner in Tempe, Arizona, needed to replace his aging wood shake roof. It was falling apart, and he wanted to replace it with a more durable solution. After researching his options, he chose metal shingles for longevity, energy-efficiency, and appearance.
A California church, working with a great contractor, added to the beauty of their 1960s mid-century modern church. Here’s a behind the scenes look at how replacing their old wooden shake with our metal shingles retains the style of the building while providing an environmentally friendly roofing solution…
Photos help tell the story of a CA Contractor and a historic restoration. Maintaining the look, style, and exact color match of the existing roofs while providing the structure and durability of metal roofing improved the historical buildings in Heritage Junction, an assortment of historic buildings from across California…
Get the job done and meet the budget. That mandate put The DSCC Project Manager, Charlie Attar to work on finding the right mansard roofing solution for the owners of a 120 unit apartment complex in middle Missouri built in the mid-‘70s. The mansard was old cedar that had not been maintained, with rotted wood,… ( read more )