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Peachtree Presbyterian

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Peachtree Presbyterian
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26-acre campus with 444,000 square feet of facilities, originally founded in 1910 as a Sunday school

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Sourced purple Baja stone, as specified by the architect

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Facility has more than a dozen different roofs

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Used long-lasting copper for flashing, coping and gutter

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Ventilated, insulated shingle roof system on the chapel

Summary

Client: Peachtree Presbyterian

Industry: Church

Project Type: Re-roof and New Roof

Square Footage: 150,000

Roofing System: Asphalt Shingles, EPDM, Modified Bitumen

Photo Credit: Nigel Marson

Well-known, historic building in Buckhead Atlanta has more than a dozen roofs

Sentry has been working with Peachtree Presbyterian doing re-roofing work and installing new roofs on extensions and new construction since 1998. Most of the roof is asphalt shingles but we also installed adhered EPDM and modified bitumen for some sections. There’s also a small area of the roof that’s covered with beautiful, imported Baja stone since it’s visible from inside the church. Details here:

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