Refurbishing Historic Sites with Composite Roofing

This is National Historic Preservation Week … a great time to reflect on the older structures that grace our country and how we take care of them.

From coast to coast, when it’s time to refurbish the roofs of historic churches, museums, courthouses and other structures, industry professionals turn to DaVinci Roofscapes.

“Our synthetic slate roof shingles and composite shake tiles look so realistic that historical groups eagerly move from authentic slate and real cedar shakes to our polymer roofing products,” says Mark Hansen, vice president of sales and marketing with DaVinci Roofscapes. “Even the most die-hard historian appreciates the beauty of our synthetic roofing material along with its attributes of resistancy to fire, insects and impact.”

 If you’re traveling around the country and want to check out our durable roofing materials on historic projects, make sure to visit these renovated sites featuring DaVinci roofs:
            – DuSable Museum in Chicago –  Happy National Museum Day!

– Olde Liberty Station Restaurant in Virginia – Historical Sites Rely on Polymer Roofing

– St. Clement Eucharist Shrine in Boston –  DaVinci Roofs: An Answer to Many Prayers

– Animas Museum in Colorado –  Museum Rooftops

– Dayton Veteran’s Administration Chapel in Ohio –  Churches Thankful for Roofs Overhead

– First Presbyterian Church in Jacksonville, Oregon –  History Repeats Itself — With DaVinci Composite Roofing