From the Architect’s Corner – Beating the Objections Week 5 – I Have to Run This By the HRC

Historic preservation committees are something we often have to work with to get our polymer roofing products approved for use on designated homes, buildings or in certain neighborhoods all over the US. We can tell them that we have been installed on numerous historic projects, but the ultimate sales tool are our Project Profiles on these projects. 

Below are some profiles of some recent historic projects where the owners chose a DaVinci Slate or Shake roof system: 

Jacksonville, Oregon 

The Tahoe blend in DaVinci Shake was used on The First Presbyterian Church of Jacksonville 

Colorado Springs, Colorado 

The Union Printers Home in Colorado Springs went with the Villa blend in Valoré Slate. 

Roanoke, Virginia

A private residence in Roanoke went with the Vineyard blend in DaVinci Slate.

Dayton, Ohio

The chapel at the Dayton VA Medical Center was expertly installed in this unique pattern. 

Want more? Click here to read about more historic projects that have DaVinci roofs on them. 

Happy Friday, Architects! 

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