Metal work was always a very large part of our company from the very beginning. The reason for that is simple, many of the items and objects used for residential and commercial buildings involved metal fabricating. Skylights are a good example. There were no skylight manufacturers in the 20’s and 30’s. All of those 2’x3’ skylights found on homes built in the last 100 years were fabricated in metal shops like ours. The same was also true for larger skylights, using glass. We have large skylights at our shop that are over 70 years old, built at our shop and still going strong. In the 80’s and 90’s we fabricated and installed a large number of copper standing seam roofs in Rhode Island. The first train station building restoration in Providence was re roofed by our company with a capper standing seam roof. A few blocks away, 10 years later, we installed a sealant filled flat locked barrel vaulted copper roof at the Rhode Island School of Design Museum Addition. Over the years we have done miles of copper gutter lining. Today we continue to fabricate and install copper flashing for slate, wood shingle and asphalt shingle roofs as well as copper gutter work.
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