Church in Midlothian
This large church in Midlothian, TX suffered from severe hail damage in a typical Texas storm. The damage from the storm caused leaks in the roof which damaged drywall in several of the rooms. In addition, several of the HVAC units for the main buildings and approximately 30 outdoor light sconces needed replacement across all buildings.
Approximately 40,000 square feet of roofing material was used for the two main buildings. The Atlas Signature Select® roofing system was selected to ensure compatability between all roofing components for a long-lasting, premium roof. Atlas Pinnacle® Pristine Shingles and the Atlas Pro-Cut® High Profile Hip & Ridge featuring Scotchgard™ Protector were chosen in the Weathered color.
Six-inch, commercial-grade gutters were added to adequately handle the large amounts of runoff of future Texas rainstorms. This ensures that water collected from the roof is directed away from the foundation to help protect against foundation shifting that could produce long-term damage to the structures.
The interior rooms that suffered water damage were repaired with new drywall, texture and painting. Approximately 30 light sconces on all of the buildings were replaced with new, more aesthetically pleasing lights.
In addition to the roof, gutters and interior repairs, seven aging air-conditioning units were replaced with Carrier 5-ton units. The church is now well protected from the elements, well-lit and comfortable inside.