Pennsylvania Roofing Service Areas

Roofing Service Areas

Areas We Provide Service In Pennsylvania

Atglen, PA (19310)

Atglen, Pennsylvania, in Chester county, is 18 miles E of Lancaster, Pennsylvania (center to center) and 42 miles W of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. There are an estimated 1,217 people in the town. Atglen is about a mile down the road from our office, so naturally we have performed many re-roofs here over the years.

Avondale, PA (19311)

Avondale, Pennsylvania, in Chester county, is 13 miles NW of Wilmington, Delaware (center to center) and 34 miles W of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. As of the year 2000 census, 1,108 people lived in Avondale. We have installed many different roofing systems in Avondale, Asphalt shingles is always a popular choice.

Berwyn, PA (19312)

Berwyn Pennsylvania is a very small town located in the state of Pennsylvania. With a population of 3,667 people and three constituent neighborhoods, Berwyn is the 400th largest community in Pennsylvania. Slate repairs are always a popular repair in Berwyn, We also repair most other roofing and gutter systems

Birchrunville, PA (19421)

Birchrunville Pennsylvania is an unincorporated community, little more than a woodland crossroads in West Vincent Township in northern Chester County, Pennsylvania. It is about 40 miles west of Philadelphia, near the Downingtown exit on the Pennsylvania Turnpike. Birchrunville is notable perhaps for an antiques store and, in the former general store, the 45-seat Birchrunville Store Cafe. Remains of a mill still stand in Birchrunville on Powder Mill Hill. The village is also known locally for its annual 4th of July parade. It was started in 1976 by local resident Ben James. He organized the event and gathered "a dozen elementary-school-age boys living within half a mile of the post office." Birchrunville is the perfect area for cedar and standing seam roofing, the old historic buildings are the perfect place to incorporate the “old world” materials.

Brandamore, PA (19316)

Brandamore Pennsylvania has three hundred and twenty people living in Brandamore, PA, among them forty-six point two five percent males and fifty-three point seven five percent females. A very nice place to work and chill out. The total number of households is one hundred and ten. The city has several beautiful parks suitable for weddings, picnics and other large or small outdoor functions. Asphalt shingles is a very popular choice in brandamore.

Chadds Ford, PA (19317)

Chadds Ford , Pennsylvania is a township in Delaware County, Pennsylvania, United States, about 30 miles southwest of Philadelphia. Prior to 1996, Chadds Ford Township was known as Birmingham Township and the name was changed to allow the township to correspond to both its census-designated place and to reflect its role in the Battle of Brandywine. Over the years we worked in chads ford numerous times, weather its installing copper standing seam to rubber roofing, we have done it all in chads ford.

Chatham, PA (19318)

Chatham Pennsylvania is a village of sturdy houses about two and a half miles north of West Grove, in London Grove Townshp, where Routes 41 and 841 now cross. There in 1741 William McKean opened a tavern known as Half-Way House. When word reached the tavern in 1766 of the Earl of Chatham's speech in the British parliament in opposition to the Stamp Act, the tavern keeper decided to change the name to Chatham. His son, Thomas McKean, who later served three terms as Governor of Pennsylvania, hung up a portrait of William Pitt, the Earl of Chatham, on a sign post in front of the tavern. The village which grew up around the tavern naturally took its name. Chatham is an area in which we perform numerous repairs throughout the year.

Chester Springs, PA (19425)

Chester Springs is an unincorporated community in Chester County, Pennsylvania. It is centered on West Pikeland Township, and extends into Upper Uwchlan Township, East Nantmeal Township, Wallace Township and West Vincent Township. Chester Springs is one of the most affluent neighborhoods of Chester County. Chester Springs various housing styles has allowed us to install many different roofing systems weather it’s a high end asphalt shingle to cedar shake or copper gutter.

Cheyney, PA (19319)

Cheyney is an unincorporated community that sits astride Chester and Delaware counties in the U.S. state of Pennsylvania. It corresponds to the census-designated place known as Cheyney University, which had a population of 988 at the 2010 census.[1] It is the home of Cheyney University of Pennsylvania. The area and the university derive their name from George Cheyney's Farm, which became the current campus of Cheyney University. George Cheyney's Farm and the surrounding area was part of the original land grant given to William Penn in 1681.Repairs are always a great way to add years to your cheyney roofing system.

Coatesville, PA (19320)

Coatesville is a city in Chester County, Pennsylvania, United States. The population was 13,100 at the 2010 census. Coatesville is approximately 39 miles west of Philadelphia. Coatesville grew up around the Lukens Steel Company. Lukens was bought by the Bethlehem Steel Corporation in 1997. In 2002, Bethlehem was bought by the then Ohio-based International Steel Group (ISG). Later, Mittal Steel bought ISG and then merged with Arcelor Steel to form the ArcelorMittal company. We have performed countless repairs and re-roofs in Coatesville over our 34 year history.

Cochranville, PA (19330)

Cochranville is located in western Chester County, Pennsylvania, at the intersection of Route 41 and Route 10. It is made up of parts of Londonderry, Highland, and West Fallowfield Townships. Cochranville was founded in 1725 by James Cochran, on land just south of the present community center on Route 10 (Limestone Road). Weather its repairing the community buildings rubber roof, or Working on many of the local farmers out buildings we have a performed many repairs and re-roofs over the years.

Devault, PA (19432)

Devon, PA (19333)

Devon is a town located in chester county PA. The area is part of Philadelphia's Main Line suburbs. Devon is located within Easttown Township.Devon is known for the Devon Horse Show, the oldest and largest outdoor multi-breed horse competition in the United States. The event is held in late May to early June and lasts ten days. Devon was home to one of our most beautiful projects, it was a copper standing seam roof with a copper standing seam turret, and copper gutters.

Downingtown, PA (19335)

Downingtown is a borough in Chester County, Pennsylvania, 33 miles (53 km) west of Philadelphia. As of the 2010 census it had a population of 7,891. Downingtown was settled by English and European colonists in the early 18th century and has a number of historic buildings and structures. The town was originally named Milltown due to its number of mills along the East Branch Brandywine Creek, the first of which was founded by Daniel Butter. The Butter family also had paper mills in the area, and Frederick Bicking from Winterburg, Germany, was the patriarch of the Bicking paper families. Around the time of the American Revolution, Milltown became more commonly known as Downingtown after the prominent businessman Thomas Downing, a Quaker immigrant in 1717 from Bradninch, Devon, England, who owned a number of those mills. The town was officially named Downingtown in 1812. Asphalt shingle install, slate roof repairs, and siding work are regularly performed by us in downingtown.

Elverson, PA (19520)

Elverson is a borough in Chester County, Pennsylvania, United States. The population was 1,225 at the 2010 census. Settled near the region's early iron mines, Elverson is close to Hopewell Furnace National Historic Site, an example of a 19th century "iron plantation".Elverson's earliest settlers arrived in the late 18th century when the area was known as Springfield. Later dubbed Blue Rock after a deposit of peculiar rocks not far from the town, it remained largely rural until the arrival of the Wilmington and Northern Railroad in 1870. By 1883, the town's population had more than doubled. In 1899, the settlement was named Elverson after James Elverson, owner of The Philadelphia Inquirer, who would later donate a stained glass window to a church there. The Borough of Elverson was officially incorporated on April 17, 1911, from land annexed from West Nantmeal Township, and it remained the commercial center of northwestern Chester County through the first half of the 20th century. In 1953 the borough annexed additional land, resulting in its current size of about one square mile. Whether it’s new soffit and fascia, gutter work or siding. Diversified has performed theses jobs and more in elverson.

Exton, PA (19341)

Exton is located in West Whiteland Township, Chester County, Pennsylvania, United States. Its population was 4,842 at the 2010 census. The Exton Square Mall is located within Exton along with several other shopping centers, making Exton the major shopping district in Chester County. Exton lies at the intersection of U.S. Route 30 (formerly the Lancaster Road, and later the Lincoln Highway) and Pennsylvania Route 100 (Pottstown Pike). Beginning in the late 18th century, the Lancaster Road became a major transportation route between Philadelphia and the west, while what is now Route 100 was a regional north-south route to Pottstown. A theory exists that Exton was named as the "X" on the map, denoting this intersection, though more likely the village was named after one of the several Extons in the United Kingdom. Exton is home to many development communities in which we have installed countless asphalt roofing systems and repairs.

Gap, PA (17527)

Gap is a town located in Salisbury township, Lancaster PA. Gap has a history which can be dated as far back as William Penn's first visits to the area. Isaac Taylor erected the first house in what would become the Gap in 1747. The area around Gap had a copper mine and what at the time was the only nickel mines in the United States. The town was named after The Gap in the Appalachian Mountains. A stretch of railroad line was laid through areas of Sadsbury Township and Salisbury Township, which portions of each township share the Gap ZIP code (17527) and the town name of Gap. Many repairs and re-roofs have been performed in gap throughout our long history.

Glen Mills, PA (19342)

Glen Mills is a community in Concord Township and Middletown Township, Delaware County, Pennsylvania, United States about 17 miles from Philadelphia. Glen Mills is known for its gardens and its golf course. The area around Glen Mills was part of the original land grant given to William Penn in 1681. George Cheyney was the first settler here, for which the nearby town of Cheyney is named. Later, this land was sold and divided. The name Glen Mills is taken from two paper mills built by the Willcox family, one in 1835 and the second in 1846. From 1864 to 1878, these mills supplied the United States government with a special, patented paper for the printing of government bonds and notes. Cedar shake and standing seam roofs are very popular options in Glen Mills.

Glenmoore, PA (19343)

Glenmoore PA is a small village in chester county just outside the borough of Downingtown PA. We have installed many gutter and leaf protection systems in Glennmoore.

Honey Brook, PA (19344)

Honey Brook is a borugh in chester county PA.Honey Brook Township was divided from Nantmeal Township in 1789. A schoolmaster and land developer named Stinson bought a plot of land along Horseshoe Pike in 1815. He had it surveyed and held a lottery to sell the lots for the town he called Waynesborough in honor of the Revolutionary War general, Mad Anthony Wayne. The residents changed the name to Honey Brook in 1884. Honey Brook is the English translation of the Welsh Nantmeal. Honey Brook was incorporated as a borough in 1891. A weatherd wood shingle installed by Diversified Roofing is one of the more popular shingle choices in Honey Brook.

Immaculata, PA (19345)

Immaculata PA is located in chester county. It is home to Immaculata university. Immaculata was founded as Villa Maria College, a women's college in 1920. It was the first Catholic college for women in the Philadelphia area. The name was changed to Immaculata College in 1929. Founded by the Sisters, Servants of the Immaculate Heart of Mary, Immaculata is part of the greater IHM community, which includes the neighboring House of Studies and an academy for girls. The University became co-educational in the fall of 2005. Immaculata is home to many different types of roofing system, we would be happy to inform you of your homes roofing options.

Kelton, PA (19346)

Kemblesville, PA (19347)

Kemblesville is a small community in Franklin township, Chester County PA. The roots of the community date back to the late 18th century. The community derives its name from the Kemble family, who settled the area in colonial times. The Kemble family is buried within the Cemetery at Kemblesville Methodist church. There are also many historic street names, such as Kimbelot Lane. Which derives its name from the Kimble Family. Also, Parsons road derives its name from the Parsons family. Benjamin Franklin is thought to have owned property within the current town limits. We have repaired and installed many roofing systems in kemblesville.

Kennett Square, PA (19348)

Kennett Square is a borough in Chester County, Pennsylvania, United States. It is known as the Mushroom Capital of the World because mushroom farming in the region produces over a million pounds of mushrooms a week. To celebrate this heritage, Kennett Square has an annual Mushroom Festival, where the town shuts down to have a parade, tour mushroom farms, and buy and sell food and other goods. Throughout our long history we have maintained a large presence in the Kennett community. On an average week you may notice our trucks in Kennett a few times a week. From repairs to re-roofs we look forward to serving this community for years to come.

Kimberton, PA (19442)

Kimberton is an unincorporated community in East Pikeland Township in Chester County, Pennsylvania, United States. The zip code is 19442. Originally settled in the late 18th century, it was not named until 1817. Like many surrounding villages, Kimberton developed around a tavern; in this case, the tavern was called Chrisman's. In 1796, the Chrisman's Mill began operating, drawing activity to the tiny village. It operated until 1938 and is currently the town's post office. We have installed countless numbers of metal roofing systems in kimberton.

King Of Prussia, PA (19487)

King of Prussia is located in Upper Marion Township in Montgomery County PA. The community took its name in the 18th century from a local tavern named the King of Prussia Inn, which was named after Frederick II, King of Prussia. Like the rest of Montgomery County, King of Prussia continues to experience rapid development. The largest shopping mall in the United States in terms of space and size, the King of Prussia Mall, is located here. Diversified has completed many jobs in King of Prussia including installing vinyl and fiber cement siding.

Lancaster County, PA (17608)

Lancaster County , sometimes nicknamed the Garden Spot of America or Pennsylvania Dutch Country, is a county located in the south central part of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, in the United States. The City of Lancaster is the county seat. As of 2010 the population of the county was 519,445. Lancaster County forms the Lancaster Metropolitan Statistical Area, the 99th largest of 361 MSAs in the United States.

The County of Lancaster is a popular tourist destination. The term Pennsylvania Dutch comes from Pennsylvania German language, derived from the German Deutsch ('German'), Dutch Duits ('German'), Diets ('Dutch'): they are the descendants of Germans (Deutsche) who immigrated in the 18th and 19th centuries for the freedom of religion offered by William Penn, and were attracted by the rich soil and mild climate of the area. Freedom from poverty and political uncertainty also was a major factor. Also attracted to promises of religious freedom, French Huguenots fleeing religious persecution with significant numbers of English, Welsh and Scots-Irish settled this area in 1710. Lancaster is known for a few things, but two being the Amish and construction workers. While many construction company’s install roofing and siding for cheaper, none can provide the craftsmanship, attention to detail, and value that Diversified Roofing provides for our clients.

Landenberg, PA (19350)

Landenberg is an unincorporated community in southern Chester County, Pennsylvania, United States. It is, essentially, a post office address that covers parts of New Garden, London Britain and Franklin Townships. The White Clay Creek (and preserve) bisects Landenberg. Landenberg falls into two school districts: Avon Grove and Kennett Consolidated. There are several historical areas in Landenberg, including the Landenberg community (store, church, apartments, hotel) and the Ticking Tomb along with the bridge in New Garden Township.

Formerly part of the range of the Lenape tribe, the White Clay Creek runs through Landenberg eventually entering the nearby White Clay Creek Preserve. Landenberg serves as home to many business persons that commute and work in the nearby city of Wilmington, Delaware. Many homeowners in Landenberg have allowed us to install roofing systems ranging from cedar to metal to rubber.

Lewisville, PA (19351)

Lincoln University, PA (19352)

Lincoln University is a very small town located in the state of Pennsylvania. With a population of 1,743 people and two constituent neighborhoods, Lincoln University is the 645th largest community in Pennsylvania. Much of the housing stock in Lincoln University was built prior to World War II, making it one of the older and more historic towns in the country. Repairs are a large part of the work we perform in Lincoln University

Lionville, PA (19353)

Lionville is bisected by two major local highways, PA 100 and PA 113. The area contains residential neighborhoods, hotels, restaurants, and other businesses. The original name of the village was Welsh Pool, but to honor the local Red Lion Inn the name was changed to Lionville, since a borough of Red Lion, Pennsylvania, already existed. The area of Lionville along Village Avenue is a protected historic district. The Friends Meeting House was used as a hospital by the Continental Army during the American Revolutionary War. A lot of homes in lionville have asphalt roofs on them. We would be happy to repair these or inform you on your options for the future.

Lyndell, PA (19354)

Malvern, PA (19355)

Malvern PA, The area was originally settled by Welsh immigrants in the 17th century who bought land from William Penn. Malvern is the site of the Paoli Massacre, which occurred September 20, 1777, during the American Revolutionary War under the command of General Anthony Wayne of nearby Easttown. In 1835, the East Whiteland Baptist Church moved to what is now its church and cemetery property, bounded by Channing, South Warren, and East First Avenues, and Roberts Lane. Changing its name to the Willistown Baptist Church, this institution then became the First Baptist Church of Malvern in 1900. Malvern’s historic homes are a perfect option for standing seam or cedar shake.

Mendenhall, PA (19357)

Modena, PA (19358)

Modena is a borough in Chester County, Pennsylvania, United States. The population was 535 at the 2010 census. It was originally called Modeville, after the local Mode family. Whether you need new gutters or a repair, we are happy to serve the borough of Modena.

Morgantown, PA (19543)

Morgantown PA was named after Colonel Jacob Morgan, who laid out the town around 1770. His father, Thomas, had been a native of Wales, a captain in the French and Indian War, and owner of a large tract of choice land in Caernarvon Township. Jacob Morgan settled in this area around 1765, building a large stone house, which still stands on Hartz Road between Mineview Drive and Shiloh Road. It is rumored to have housed George Washington during a brief overnight visit. The house has been restored by its owners. The homes in Morgantown are perfect for adding a standing seam accent roof.

New London, PA (19360)

New London Township is a township in Chester County, Pennsylvania, United States. The population was 5,631 at the 2010 census. It was the birthplace of U.S. Founding Father Thomas McKean. Asphalt roofs are very common in New London. We can repair them or inform you on other roofing options you have.

Newtown Square, PA (19073)

Newtown Square PA was settled in 1681 and incorporated as a Township in 1684. In 1681, William Penn planned the "first inland town west of Philadelphia" at the intersection of Goshen Road (laid out in 1687) and Newtown Street Road (laid out in 1683). The Township was laid out around a center square, or "townstead" of approximately one square mile surrounded by farmland. Original purchasers of land in the Township received 1-acre (4,000 m2) in the townstead for every ten acres of surrounding farm land. Penn has planned New Town while still in England and was able to sell a considerable number of tracts before leaving England. However, many of these people "...never lived on the land," the properties changed hands many times, and thus, early growth of the Township was slow. From developments to historic homes Newtown Square has them all. Diversified has worked on many homes in this area.

Norristown, PA (19489)

Norristown is a municipality in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, United States, 6 miles (9.7 km) northwest of the city limits of Philadelphia, on the Schuylkill River. The population was 34,324 as of the 2010 census. It is the county seat of Montgomery County.[1] Norristown is in a rich agricultural region; in the past, it had extensive manufactures of cigars, tacks, wire, screws, boilers, bolts, silos, tanks, iron, hosiery, knitting machines, underwear, shirts, lumber and milling machinery, paper boxes, rugs and carpets. Roof repairs are a popular choice in Norristown.

Nottingham, PA (19362)

Nottingham is an unincorporated community located in West Nottingham Township, Chester County, Pennsylvania. The community is located at the intersection of U.S. 1 and Pennsylvania Route 272 near the border with East Nottingham Township a short distance north of the Maryland border. It is home to Nottingham County Park and the Herr's Snacks plant. We have performed many siding roofing and gutter repairs in Nottingham.

Oxford, PA (19363)

Oxford PA, In 1833, Oxford was officially incorporated as a borough. Its first burgess (now called the mayor) was Thomas Alexander, who operated a general store in which the oldest public library in Pennsylvania was located. His store is thought to be the oldest building in Oxford. We have repaired many historic slate roofs in Oxford.

Paoli, PA (19301)

Paoli PA, The town of Paoli grew around an inn kept in 1769 by Joshua Evans, whose father bought 500 acres (200 ha) from William Penn in 1719 near the current site of the Paoli Post Office. Evans named his inn after General Pasquale Paoli, a Corsican, after he had received the 45th and final toast at a Saint Patrick's Day celebration. In 1777, during the American Revolutionary War, the Battle of Paoli occurred in the town; the site of the battle is now part of nearby Malvern, Pennsylvania. Whether it’s a asphalt roof or copper gutters, we have installed many different systems in Paoli.

Parker Ford, PA (19457)

Parkesburg, PA (19365)

Parkesburg PA, Parkesburg was first known as the Fountain Inn, a tavern built ca. 1734. The inn ceased operation as a tavern around 1836 and became Parkesburg's first post office. In 1872, the Pennsylvania legislature authorized the formation of Parkesburg Borough (from Sadsbury Township). The town was named after noted politician John G. Parke. Today, the Fountain Inn is a private residence. Many roof repairs and re-roofs have been performed in Parkesburg.

Phoenixville, PA (19460)

Phoenixville PA, Originally called Manavon, Phoenixville was settled in 1732 and incorporated as a borough in 1849. In its industrial heyday early in the twentieth century, it was an important manufacturing center and it was the site of great iron and steel mills such as the Phoenix Iron Works, boiler works, silk mill, underwear and hosiery factories, a match factory, and the famous (and now highly collectible) Etruscan majolica pottery. Like so many American towns and cities, Phoenixville owes its growth to its waterways. It is not only situated on the broad Schuylkill River, a historic thoroughfare to Native Americans and early settlers alike, but it is bisected by the fast-flowing French Creek, which was quickly harnessed for water power. We have installed many standing seam roofs in Phoenixville.

Pocopson, PA (19366)

Pocopson PA, is a mostly rural community, home to (besides residential areas) three restaurants, two parks, two veterinary offices, a career coaching practice, a canoe rental company, a dentist office, a beauty salon, a coffee shop, a florist, a prison and juvenile detention center, a retirement home, a post office, a hardware store, an elementary school, a fencing company and a steelworking hall.[citation needed] The township is part of the Unionville-Chadds Ford School District. Pocopson homes are a great candidate for “old world” materials like cedar shake or copper standing seam.

Pomeroy, PA (19367)

Pottstown, PA (19464)

Pottstown PA is a borough in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, United States about 32 miles (51 km) northwest of Philadelphia and 15 miles (24 km) southeast of Reading, on the Schuylkill River. Pottstown was laid out in 1752–53 and named Pottsgrove in honor of its founder, John Potts. The old name was abandoned at the time of the incorporation as a borough in 1815. In 1888, the limits of the borough were considerably extended. Pottstown is the center of a productive farming and dairying region. We have installed many roofing systems in Pottstown including standing seam.

Pottstown, PA (19465)

Sadsburyville, PA (19369)

Saint Peters, PA (19470)

Saint Peters is a community located in Chester County, Pennsylvania. The village is a historic 19th century industrial 'company village' at the Falls of French Creek in Warwick Township. The town is located in a narrow ravine along French Creek. The Falls of French Creek have formed where French Creek cuts across a series of diabase (trap rock) dikes.Erosion of the diabase dikes by the creek has caused huge boulders to fall into the stream, almost filling the creek bed at points. The igneous intrusion that produced these diabase dikes also replaced limestone or marble in the surrounding rock with iron ores.

Southeastern, PA (19397)

Southeastern, PA (19398)

Southeastern, PA (19399)

Spring City, PA (19475)

Spring City PA,The first people in this area were the Lenni-Lenape Indians, who inhabited the Schuylkill watershed long before European colonization. The first non-Native American, arriving in the late 17th century, was a French Canadian fur trapper named Pierre Bezallion. The Lenni-Lenape, who hunted and fished in the area, traded with Bezallion. As a result, William Penn called upon him when needed to act as an arbitrator in Indian affairs. Bezallion used a natural cave that was in Spring City to store his furs and to stay over when he was trapping in this area. However neither he nor the Indians made this area their permanent home. Pierre Bezallion died in 1740 and is buried in Compass (near Coatesville). Spring city is home to many cedar shake roofs.

Suplee, PA (19371)

Thorndale, PA (19372)

Thorndale PA is the commercial and administrative center of Caln Township. The community's main street is Business U.S. Route 30. Many of the old houses that were Thorndale have fallen into disrepair and have been torn down and replaced with new business from the late 1990s to present. Thorndale is historically notable for containing a summer house of US President James Buchanan, which still stands and has been incorporated into a golf course and turned into a restaurant. The community contains the Thorndale Fire Station and Caln Elementary School, part of the Coatesville Area School District. Thorndale sits along the SEPTA Paoli/Thorndale Line and is currently the last station on that line. It is also served by the Rover bus system. We have performed many roofing and siding repairs in Thorndale

Toughkenamon, PA (19374)

Toughkenamon PA,The area known as Toughkenamon was originally inhabited by Lenape Native Americans who spoke Unami. In the original survey, in 1700, the surveyor notes that he crossed the Dochcanamon Hill. Other forms of spelling this name were used, such as Tokenamon, Taukenamon, Taughlikenemon. The present spelling is Toughkenamon. It is of Indian origin, and is said to signify "Fire-brand hill." We have installed many different roofing systems in Toughkenamon weather it’s a copper standing seam accent roof to 3-tab asphalt shingles.

Unionville, PA (19375)

Unionville PA in East Marlborough Township in southern Chester County, Pennsylvania, United States. It was originally known as "Jacksonville." The Unionville Village Historic District was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1979. Unionville is one of our most worked in townships. We have installed everything from copper gutters to cedar shake and everything in between Uwchlan Township ( "land above the valley") is a township in Chester County, Pennsylvania, The Lionville Historic District and Uwchlan Meetinghouse are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. We had the pleasure to re-roof the Uwchlan meeting house back in 2004.

Uwchland, PA (19480)

Valley Forge, PA (19481)

The Village of Valley Forge is an unincorporated settlement located on the west side of Valley Forge National Historical Park at the confluence of Valley Creek and the Schuylkill River in Pennsylvania, United States. The remaining village is in Schuylkill Township of Chester County, but once spanned Valley Creek into Montgomery County. The name Valley Forge is often used to refer to anywhere in the general vicinity of the park, and many places actually in King of Prussia, Trooper, Oaks, and other nearby communities will use the name, leading to some ambiguity on the actual location of the modern village. Valley Forge is home to many historic buildings, many of which include great detail. Diversified specializes in projects that require great detail and high craftsmanship.

Valley Forge, PA (19482)

Valley Forge, PA (19493)

Valley Forge, PA (19494)

Valley Forge, PA (19495)

Valley Forge, PA (19496)

Wagontown, PA (19376)

Wagontown is an unincorporated community in West Caln Township, Chester County, Pennsylvania, United States. Wagontown is located along Pennsylvania Route 340 2.15 miles (3.46 km) north-northwest of Coatesville. We have performed many repairs and re-roofs in Wagontown.

Wayne, PA (19087)

Wayne is a community located in Delaware county PA, The center of the Wayne business district is the intersection of Lancaster Avenue and Wayne Avenue, its main street. The historic Wayne station is located one block north of this intersection. The Wayne business district also includes a post office, a cinema, a hotel, a library, the new Radnor Middle School, and several banks, stores, restaurants, cafes, bars and other commercial establishments. Other institutions and attractions in Wayne include the Wayne Hotel, Chanticleer Garden, the Valley Forge Military Academy (with a monument from the Battle of the Bulge located by the parade ground) and the headquarters of Traffic Pulse (NAVTEQ Traffic), a world wide traffic information provider. We have installed many roofing systems in Wayne ranging from asphalt to copper standing seam.

West Chester, PA (19380)

West Chester PA, The area was originally known as Turk's Head — after the inn of the same name located in what is now the center of the borough. West Chester has been the seat of government in Chester County since 1786, and the borough incorporated in 1799. In the heart of town is its courthouse, a classical revival building designed in the 1840s by Thomas U. Walter, one of the architects for the Capitol in Washington, D.C. In the eighteenth century West Chester was a center of clockmaking. In the late nineteenth century the Hoopes, Bro. and Darlington company became a major wheelworks, first for wagons and later automobiles. In the early twentieth, an important industry was the Sharples cream separator company. In the late twentieth the pioneer in microcomputers Commodore International, giving its headquarters as West Chester, was located approximately a mile northeast of the borough. We have performed many jobs in West Chester whether its coating an old metal roof to doing a complete re-roof, we can provide the people of West Chester with the best information to help them make the best decision for their home.

West Chester, PA (19381)

West Chester, PA (19382)

West Chester, PA (19383)

West Grove, PA (19390)

West Grove is a borough in Chester County PA,The village of West Grove derived its name from the Friends Meeting House on Harmony Road built in 1787 several miles west of the Friends Meeting House in the village of London Grove. West Grove was separated from London Grove Township and became an incorporated borough on November 29, 1893. However, the decree of incorporation was not recorded until January 9, 1894, to prevent confusing the tax accounts of London Grove Township and to eliminate the need for a special borough election.

The move for incorporation followed several years of significant growth in West Grove that began to develop with the coming of the Philadelphia and Baltimore Central Railroad in 1860. The March 28, 1885, the Daily Local News described West Grove as "one of the most flourishing villages in this county" and stated that "it contains some three flouring mills and the largest nursery for rose culture [see below] in the United States (Dinger & Conrad, Co.), a large casket factory (Paxson Comfort) and a large number of dwellings." In May 1885, the Chester County Democrat reported that thirty new homes were under construction in the village of West Grove. On an average week you can find our trucks in West Grove at least a couple times a week. From repairs to re-roofs the people of West Grove choose us the help them with their roofing concerns.

Westtown, PA (19395)

Westtown Township is a township in Chester County, Pennsylvania, United States. The population was 10,827 at the 2010 census. Westtown is the perfect are for cedar or metal roofing.


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