Here at CC&L Roofing Company we are known for our expertise in historical restoration roofing projects. We have done many major historical restoration roofing jobs on various landmarks in the Pacific Northwest since our start in 1978. Some of the more high profile projects we have done are Riverview Cemetery in SW Portland, Cinema 21 in NW Portland, the Hollywood Theater in NE Portland, the Longview Public Library in Longview Washington, the William Temple House in NW Portland, the Cobb Mansion in SW Portland, the Pacific Building in downtown Portland, various buildings at both Lewis & Clark College and Reed College, as well as many many more. What makes historical restoration roofing projects special is the care and expertise it takes to do it right. Our roofing crews have the experience and the training to do these type of projects, which is rare. These projects are on buildings with historical value, many had old slate roofs or clay tile roofs that we removed and re-installed with new flashing and fasteners. Many of these projects we used some new roofing materials as well. If you have a historical building where you are looking to keep the original look, but need the roof to function like new again, just give us a call and speak with our President Dan Cornwell or our Vice President Mike Cooper. We have extensive reference lists available upon request.
Historical Roof Restoration in the Pacific Northwest
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