Residential slate and tile roofing systems have been admired for centuries for their timeless beauty, unrivaled durability, and long service life. Repair and replacement of these systems, however, is fast becoming a lost art due to the shrinking pool of highly-skilled master craftsmen specifically trained to provide high-quality, long lasting results.
At Midland Engineering, we’ve specialized in slate and tile installation and restoration for nearly 100 years, training generations of slate and tile specialists to support our commercial work on religious, educational, governmental and historical projects of distinction throughout the Midwest and beyond.
Select a project below to review our expertise in residential slate and tile roofing, or click on any Slate and Tile link to view a broader profile of our slate and tile work.
Slate & Tile
The beauty and durability of slate and tile roofing has contributed to its reputation as being among the world’s premiere roofing materials in commercial roofing. Midland crews, made up of trained master roofers, have developed a reputation for excellence in their slate and tile work on churches, historical structures, and government and education buildings. View some of our Slate and Tile Roofing projects in our Slate & Tile Roofing Portfolio.
Low Slope Roofing is one of the most commonly specified roofing systems for commercial and industrial buildings. Midland Engineering has applied all types of low slope roofing systems – single-ply, built-up and modified bitumen – to thousands of buildings throughout the Midwest. View some of our Low Slope Roofing projects in our Low Slope Roofing Portfolio.
Sheet Metal Roofing is one of the world’s most sought after roofing systems. The wide range of sheet metal roofing materials available ensures that there is a system to meet almost any design or application need. Longevity is the hallmark of sheet metal roofing systems, with lifespans of 50 years or more. View some of our Sheet Metal Roofing projects in our Sheet Metal Roofing Portfolio.