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Fort, president of Fort Roofing & Sheet Metal Works Inc., Sumter, S.C., with his wife, Kim, and daughter, Carlie.

From the article: Flashings
Issue: October 2005



Photo courtesy of Classic Products Inc., Piqua, Ohio.

From the article: At home with metal
Issue: October 2005



Different types of metal are used to achieve a specific look.

Photo courtesy of Classic Products Inc., Piqua, Ohio.

From the article: At home with metal
Issue: October 2005



Residential metal roof systems are lightweight. Typical weights run from about 45 pounds per square for aluminum shingles and shakes to 150 pounds per square for stone-coated steel shakes and tiles.

Photo courtesy of Classic Products Inc., Piqua, Ohio.

From the article: At home with metal
Issue: October 2005



Pictured left to right: Rob McNamara, president of F.J.A. Christiansen Roofing Co. Inc., Milwaukee; Tom Miller, chief operating officer of The Zero Co., Louisville, Ky.; Phil McKinney, president of Evans Service Co. Inc., Elmira, N.Y.; Chris Sears, vice president of John F. Shea Co. Inc., Mattapan, Mass.; NRCA Vice President Bill Taylor, president/chief executive officer of D.C. Taylor Co., Cedar Rapids, Iowa; Barbara Dalsin, president of M & S Roofing Inc., Blaine, Minn.; Will Fort, president of Fort Roofing Sheet Metal Works, Sumter, S.C.; and Rob McReynolds, president of D & D Roofing Inc., Commerce City, Colo.

From the article: The new NRLRC
Issue: October 2005



Photo courtesy of Donald B. Smith Roofing Inc., Hanover, Pa.

From the article: A good match
Issue: October 2005



Copper half-round gutters were installed to accent the cornice.

Photo courtesy of Donald B. Smith Roofing Inc., Hanover, Pa.

From the article: A good match
Issue: October 2005



Donald B. Smith Roofing installed an aluminum roof system in a custom green color.

Photo courtesy of Donald B. Smith Roofing Inc., Hanover, Pa.

From the article: A good match
Issue: October 2005


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