annaburg manor's new slate roof and copper gutters

Ebenezer Church, Baltimore, MD

Summary:
Purchased in 1839 and incorporated in 1848, the Ebenezer African Methodist Episcopal Church is a magnificent example of English Gothic design and lasting member of the Federal Hill National Register Historic District. In association with Encore Sustainable Architects, our crews were able to remove the deteriorated Peach Bottom slate and copper flashing down to the […]
annaburg manor's new slate roof and copper guttersannaburg manor's new slate roof and copper gutters

Purchased in 1839 and incorporated in 1848, the Ebenezer African Methodist Episcopal Church is a magnificent example of English Gothic design and lasting member of the Federal Hill National Register Historic District.

In association with Encore Sustainable Architects, our crews were able to remove the deteriorated Peach Bottom slate and copper flashing down to the bare decking. Because Peach Bottom is no longer quarried, Spanish slate was installed as a budget friendly alternative. Ice and Water shield was then installed throughout the roof, as well as copper flashing along the wall and apron of the tower.

More than a roof. It's a Legacy.