Wilmette, a forested area with bluffs along the lakeshore, is located 14 miles North of downtown Chicago and borders Evanston to the South and Kenilworth to the North. Originally inhabited by Native Americans the n early farm settlers. In 1855 the railroad established a stop in Wilmette and that sparked the development of the village. There were many large residences designed by distinguished local architects along brick paved streets, such as, Wright, Van Bergen, Maher, Talmadge and Watson. You might see the team of Ryan Restoration downtown at The Chuck Wagon during lunchtime. For more information on the area, please visit The Village of Wilmette website here. The picture you see on top is a Copper Roof Repair from a Hail Storm in Wilmette. The image that follows is from a Like In Kind Slate and Cooper new roof we completed in Wilmette’s neighboring Evanston. Both stories are well documented and we encourage you to visit the pages to learn more about our specialty.
This next project is as unique as it can come. Come check out the only 100% new Copper Roof.
This next project is a New Ludowici Tile Roof for a beautiful home in the Lakeshore Historic District.
Here is another new Ludowici roof we did. This time it is French Style Tile.
We recently put on a New Tile Roof for a Lake Shore Mansion in the historic district. We encourage you to check out some of the intricate details of this project.
The following Copper Roof restoration demonstrates how much experience and art this roofing specialty is.