Churches, Place of Worship & Historical Landmarks
Since 1998 we have replaced dozens of roofs for churches, places of worship and historical landmarks.
Our process begins with meeting with the committee to learn more about their wants, needs and concerns when it comes to replacing the roofing system.
Next we inspect the roof, photo document our findings and inform the committee if there is anything out of the ordinary that needs to be addressed. Then we use EagleView, a sophisticated aerial imaging technology to provide an estimate with precise measurements and a line item breakdown of materials.
Our Production and Support Teams understand that schedules may change daily for churches and places of worship. We will communicate with your committee daily to not only provide project status updates, but also keep everyone apprised of when we may have to adjust our production schedule to accommodate the facility’s needs.
The onsite Project Manager will help guide visitors safely in and out of the facility while construction is in progress, oversee the crew and respond to any questions or concerns.
View a small sampling of our work on the Historical Sheldon Theatre, University of Mississippi Copper Dome, Highview Christiania Church & Northfield United Methodist Church.
To learn more about next steps in replacing a roof with unique characteristics schedule a meeting with one of our Field Supervisors.