By EDCO Products

The asphalt roof on the Heckrodt Nature Center had started to leak. Kelsey Parry, Site Manager for the nature center, began to look for a more durable roofing product. Parry reached out to EDCO Products to learn more about their products and the benefits of metal roofing. The Center considered several types of metal for their facility, including standing seam, but ultimately selected EDCO’s roofing because of its appearance and durability. EDCO introduced Parry to Altitude Exteriors, a contractor with several years of experience working with EDCO’s roofing products. Mike Goebel, owner of Altitude Exteriors, explained that the project was challenging due to the number of valleys and roof pitches his team had to work around. However, he noted that they love working with EDCO because it is very versatile and offers several sizes for accessories which contributes to an easy installation. The Center is very pleased with the appearance of their new roof and the fact that it won’t need to be replaced as frequently as typical asphalt roofing.

Roofing Panels: EDCO Products, ArrowLine Slate T-Tone Blend
Fasteners: EDCO roofing clips, Shingle Clips, Valley Clips, #10 Mill Finish Zip Screws
Snow Management: Sno Gem
Contractor: Altitude Exteriors
Other: EDCO Products fascia and rainware in Wickertone

Nature Center

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