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Over the years, I have snapped photos of the designs of embossed tin shingles found from New York to South Carolina. Several designs established themselves as the most popular style. As a contrast, in western Virginia and North Carolina, a regional stamped shingle appeared; apparently confining its installation to a several hundred mile area. Finally, thus far an 1870s design has been discovered on only two structures: on one home, the new owners had no idea of the importance of their roof!
If you are seeking an experienced company to offer an estimate to preserve your existing roof, one of us would be delighted to visit your residence, discuss the alternatives available and, if requested, submit a quote for restoring your tin roofs. Click here for a map of our geographical work area.
Beyond information about our contracting services, this site is designed for individuals interested in tin roofs--photos, technical tidbits and history. These web pages are prepared by the same contractor that specializes in the restoration of these tin roofs. She enjoys dabbling in website construction, therefore photos and articles are simply presented. All pictures are from Roof Menders projects, the same contractor. If you have questions, just call 610-941-1051 for a chat.