This is one of the more unique projects we have done at JRC, and we are so happy we were chosen by Jenkins Restoration to complete it. The Church was started in 1840 and it had a beautiful patterned slate roof. This roofing was black, green, and red. Two additions to the church were built later these were standard EPDM flat roofed attachments. Finding matching slate proved very difficult for our talented procurement specialists.
We even flew out there to show them the slate chosen to get a final stamp of approval. Once we got approval we began the delicate process of removing the old slate and replacing it. Ensuring that the placement and the pattern in the roof never faltered.