Deteriorating Shingle Roof Is Replaced to Avoid Structural Damage

Lakeview Baptist Church replaces its deteriorating shingle roof with a standing seam metal roof.

Lakeview Baptist Church replaces its deteriorating shingle roof with a standing seam metal roof.

A church in Dundee, Ohio, was blessed with a metal roof when its deteriorating shingle roof was on the verge of causing structural damage to the building. 
 
The parishioners at Lakeview Baptist Church chose Kline Home Exteriors of Millersburg, Ohio, to complete the installation of the 12,000-square-foot roof replacement. Kline Home Exteriors recommended using an Eterna Guard Standing Seam Panel system because of its rigidity and water tightness. 
 
The flying gables on a roof of this size provided additional challenges as compared to a more typical standing seam roofing project. The 18-inch OC profile panels were manufactured on site to provide seamless panels eave-to-ridge and to ensure proper fit. 
 
The base material used in fabrication was pre-finished 26ga Sierra Tan Ultra-Clad steel manufactured by Coated Metals Group (CMG) of Indianapolis, Ind., and distributed by Classic Metals of Holmesville, Ohio.  Lakeview Baptist Church chose to use CMG Ultra-Clad for this project because of its combination of cost, beauty and durability.

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