Maryland presents a wide range of architectural styles, from colonial-era buildings to modern skyscrapers. Some of America's finest long-standing, slate, clay, and copper roofed buildings are in Maryland. The Durable Slate Company's Mid-Atlantic branch calls Maryland home and we've been privileged to work on some of the very best buildings in this most beautiful state.
For anyone unfamiliar, Maryland is a state in the Mid-Atlantic region of the United States. Maryland's history dates back to the early 17th century when it was first colonized by English settlers. Over the years, Maryland has seen a lot of growth and development, and today, it is known for its diverse culture, seafood, Old Bay, and impressive flag.
One of the most notable aspects of Maryland's history is its diverse architecture. The state has a wide range of architectural styles, from colonial-era buildings to modern skyscrapers. One of the most distinctive features being the use of historic roofing materials, such as slate, clay-tile, and copper. Indeed, some of America's finest long-standing, slate roofed buildings are in Maryland.