For Immediate Release
For 18 months, committee members struggled with what to do about the decrepit roof at the Church of the Good Shepherd in Arcadia, CA. They considered reroofing with concrete tile or asphalt shingle, but “we weren‟t real crazy” about either choice, said the pastor, Phil Wood.
A few church members had steel roofing on their homes, but the committee figured the metal didn‟t look nice enough and was too expensive for more than 800 squares of church roofing. What they weren‟t at the time familiar with was the stone-coated steel roofing from Metro Roof Systems, Oceanside, CA. The company‟s MetroShake II roof system proved not only to satisfy the congregation‟s aesthetic concerns, but it met other critical requirements as well.