North Country Unfading Black “Medium Texture”...

Posted By On 10 Feb 2020

Located in the highlands of Navesink, NJ the All Saints’ Memorial Episcopal church known as “The Stone Church” was built in 1864 and the Rectory which was used as a schoolhouse was built in 1865. Read More

Slate roof lifespan – Built in 1864, St. Jax...

Posted By On 17 Jan 2020
An S-1 rated roofing slate will provide a service life of 75-100 years!  A look at the old roof from 2016, shows some missing pieces and a few North Country Unfading Black slates have been used for some repair work over the years. Read More

Replacing the 200 year old natural slate roof on...

Posted By On 8 Jan 2020
The Old Stone Meeting House, formerly The Old Stone Church was built in 1813 and is the oldest surviving building in Nyack, New York (Rockland County).  The Federal Architectural style church with its pitched gable slate roof has protected this church/house for over 200 years! Read More

Fulton Mansion’s 1877 slate patterned mansard...

Posted By On 23 Dec 2019
The Fulton Mansion, a classic example of French Second Empire architecture was built between 1874-1877 for George Ware Fulton, an East Coast engineer, inventor and ranching entrepreneur. Read More

Repair, Replacement and Maintenance of...

Posted By On 18 Dec 2019
Toronto’s Percy Street also known as the “Republic of Percy”, is a private street in historic Corktown. In the early 1800’s Corktown was settled by working class immigrants, many from County Cork, Ireland. Read More

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