Ivy Contractors from Sydney, AU, posted this on Instagram and wrote,
"Dragon scales? Seashells? Contemporary art? We've always said that roofing was art - here's proof of that!"⠀
50 squares of 100 yr old historic Ludowici Tile. Near downtown Denver. Graduated in 4 steps.
Thanks to @Avelocompany for sharing this with us on Instagram! Send more pictures!
What a fun facet, radius mash-up.
Great Job Mystery Roofer!
We get giddy over photos like this! We have never seen these particular detail in the states, have you?
Thanks to @lohas_australia for sharing this photo with us on Instagram. All we can say is How Cool!
Thanks Wayne Pietila for letting us share this one. We can smell the cedar now.
Such A Beautiful Looking Roof!
Thanks to DVC Roofing for sharing this Ironstone cedar shake tile roof project in Bucks County, Pennsylvania.
These projects are not for the faint of heart!
Thanks to Precision Construction and Roofing for sharing this work of art with us.
Wow, does this job look sharp! Great job everyone for bring some color into our flat roof world.
Thanks to Juarez Roofing in Los Angeles for sharing this fine job.
Axel from France writes on Instagram
"The green copper domes of the opera Garnier”
RCS writes”how would you ever find a leak here?"
Look at this awesome job!
Thanks to Keith Van Dyne from Anco Roofing Systems Inc, in Fort Myers Florida for sharing this shot with us! Wow!
It’s that time of the week where we want to see a pretty roof!
OMGosh, Wilmer Roofing & Framing could this look any more amazing! Thanks for sharing!
"Eyebrow dormer detail” Great Work Cold Hollow Contracting. Love interesting details, thanks for sharing!
A Beautiful Roofing Mural! Unreal! “This mural was done on the roof of the 1 Hotel in Miami Beach, FL using one of our elastomeric coatings as the base (in a custom color green) to ensure proper adhesion to the TPO surface for this application”. Many thanks to Jeff Grainger form Tropical Asphalt Products for sending this work of art in to the RoofersCoffeeShop .com photo contest.
How cool is this. RCS has some Russian followers on Instagram and Savros.ru kindly allowed me to share. The caption in Russian was loosely translated: “Savros House, the roof on which is made by the students of the children’s school Savros. The work was done by children aged 10 -15 years. installation was carried out by the older students. The whole workpiece was made on the Edelweiss mini machine.”
These projects are not for the faint of heart! Thanks to Precision Construction and Roofing for sharing this work of art with us.
Here's an awesome project we just finished in Downtown Sacramento. We did a gable wrap detail with round barges that fit this home so well and really set it off! We love the way it turned out. What do you think? We love it! Thanks Brazil Roofs for sharing.
"No wall flashing needed- house in Paris, France” Wow great detail. Thanks Alex Cavillo for sharing!
Wilmer Roofing and Framing, we are sure enjoying your work! We can almost smell that cedar. Thanks for sharing.
What a pretty tile detail. We love seeing how other contractors do things. Thanks Peter Everhart for sharing this photo with us.
Look at these cool looking shingles "Art-loc shingles installed over 31 years ago by Sherriff-Goslin Co. -- Pontiac, MI. The owner of this home bought the house in 1984. It had this roof on it when they moved in. Other than some algae streaking it's still in service. Now that's quality.” Thanks SherriffGoslin Co. for sharing these great photos with us on Google+.
Decorative Roof Shingle Design with Carved Bargeboard on Late Victorian House in North Adams, MA
This photo is from a tour on the Duke campus by Kurt Kettering, Baker Roofing Project manager. They are reroofing 1928 buildings using an almost identical Ludowici tile to the Ludowici tile installed when the building were built 86 years ago.
Sometimes certain details catch your eye- what a nice mix of roofing materials and structure! Thanks to StanleyRoofing on Instagram for sharing this rustic evergreen shingle with complimentary light green metal roof in Ocean City with us.
Matt Stone from Pressure Point Roofing writes, "My crew just finished this church’s unique roof in Medford Oregon.”
Why are all church roofs steep? Is it a test of faith?
Thanks for the share Matt!