Fernace and Hartman, Berkeley, Calif.
Sheet Metal Contractor: Tri-State Roofing & Sheet Metal Co., Davisville, W.V.
An example of modern architectural design, the Caperton residence could easily be pictured in any design magazine. Although the location may seem unlikely to some, this home is nestled in the woods of West Virginia.
Using 24 gage Galvalume®, the crew of Tri-State Roofing & Sheet Metal installed the standing seam metal roof and siding. In addition, the contractor custom fabricated much of the home’s trim work.
“The biggest challenge of this job was the variety of changes in the roof plane,” explained J.T. Thomas, of Tri-State. “We had to pay special attention to the roof crickets and flashing to insure optimal performance.”
Architect: Cooper Johnson Smith, Tampa, Fla. With a variety of intersecting hips, the 10,800-square-foot roof on the Eaton residence provided the craftsmen of Morrell Sheet Metal with several challenges to test their skills. The $184,000 project required Morrell Sheet Metal to fabricate and install a double-lock standing seam roof using16-ounce lead coated copper. The steep … Continue reading Morrell Sheet Metal, Tampa, Fla.
Architect: Mark Ivy, Anchorage, Alaska Nestled in the woods overlooking a wildlife refuge, this Alaska residence steals attention away from the breathtaking view. The 7,000-square-foot home is topped by a 12,000-square-foot copper roof of custom-designed shingles. Each 16-ounce copper shingle was hand-fabricated in the General Mechanical shop and transported to the jobsite. The crew spent … Continue reading General Mechanical Inc., Anchorage, Alaska
Architect: Vickers Metal Works Inc., Sheet Metal Contractor: Vickers Metal Works Inc., Sheet Metal Contractor: Vickers Metal Works Inc., Orlando, Fla. The craftsmen at Vickers Metal Works helped the owner of this modern residence turn his vision into a reality with this stunning entrance to his home.