Fick Bros. Roofing Company
Fick Bros. Roofing Company replaced this front portico. The original roof was a standing seam tin roof covered with a white membrane, which allowed for rot to the wood structure. The domed roof required not only superior carpentry skills, but also sheet metal skill and craftsmanship. Twenty ounce copper was used to replace the original galvanized steel on the dome. This project took place during Superstorm Sandy, and the homeowners were extremely anxious about water damage or damage caused by scaffolding. The house remained incident free during the storm, thanks to precautions taken by the company.