You can see the ice & water shield that is applied to the roof before the copper panels, creating a watertight barrier to build a strong foundation for the roof.
With only one section of copper left to be installed, the crew is coming close to finishing this project.
The copper panels have been fully installed and tied into the shingle roof. They not only look beautiful, but they'll solve the leak issue the Church had been having as well.
From higher up the roof you can see the copper running down the valley all the way to the panels at the edge of the roof. This channel allows water to run right down and off the roof, and creates a great aesthetic as well.
The Methodist Church in Watertown, MA called us for some significant roof repairs to the church roof. While the project did include a few other elements, this part of the project focused on the slate & copper section of the roof. New copper panels were able to solve the leak issues, and they look beautiful along with the slate roof as well!