Historical Slate Roofing in Madison Wisconsin

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John Catlin Chapel in Madison Wisconsin
John Catlin Chapel, Madison Wisconsin.

The team here at Renaissance Roofing, Inc. is proud to announce that after an extensive application process, Renaissance Roofing has been approved by the City of Madison Wisconsin to perform historical slate roof restorations. Renaissance Roofing and one other contractor from Milwaukee Wisconsin has received this pre-qualification for Historic Slate Roofing.


The John Catlin Chapel of the Forest Hill Cemetery in Madison will be getting a new Vermont Slate roofing system as well as new Lead Coated Copper Flashings. The steeple will also receive new slate as well as restoration of the metal cross. This work is required to meet the Secretary of the Interior’s Standards for historical structures.


Please check back with us later in the summer to see how this Vermont slate roof restoration in Madison is coming along!


In the meantime, feel free to browse our other slate roofing projects, just follow the link below!


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Renaissance Roofing, Inc. is currently serving over half of the United States and their slate, clay tile, and architectural sheet metal concerns. If you currently own a historical slate roofing system or want more information concerning one. Feel free to give us a call at


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