We are a fully insured company specializing in historic restoration and preservation of slate and copper roofs. We also do ornamental slate work and new slate roof installations. We are located in western, Pennsylvania and work in that general area, but we do travel over state lines on occasion. We offer nation wide consultation services and training in slate roof restoration, installation and copper flashing techniques.  

Our family's passion for slate began in 1968 when Joseph Jenkins first set foot on a slate roof. Since that moment, we've contributed greatly to the slate industry due to the publication of The Slate Roof Bible, the formation of the Slate Roofing Contractors Association of North America, the creation of the largest Traditional Roofing Store in the world, and the publication of the Traditional Roofing Magazine

The Jenkins family's dedication to the slate industry shines through in our quality of work. We at Jenkins Slate Masters, Inc. strive for perfection and thoroughly enjoy working with slate and copper. 

 


Recent work:  

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Barrel Dormers

With continuous pleated valley pieces and hand seamed 20 ounce copper panels. Pittsburgh, PA (June 2017).

Pizza Oven

Recent work completed by Orion Jenkins (June 2016).

Ornamental Slating

Work completed by Orion Jenkins at the Slate Roofing Contractors Association 2015 Conference.

Rounded Slate Valley

Recent work of a rounded slate valley - Mt Lebanon, PA. 

Heinz Mansion Restoration

Complete restoration of Heinz Mansion (now Warwick Foundation) located in Pittsburgh, PA. (Completed July 2016).



Top Videos:

Time lapse video of an ornamental slate piece made for Jon Stortz and Son, Inc. 

Flashing barrel dormers with stretched, 20 ounce copper, standing seam panels and continuous pleated valley's.

Time-Lapse video of a 20' rounded slate valley installation in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. (8-30-16)

Complete restoration of the copper flat-lock soldered seam roof on the Warwick Mansion in Pittsburgh, PA (Time-lapse video). Completed summer of 2016.


“He who works with his hands is a laborer.
He who works with his hands and his head is a craftsman.
He who works with his hands and his head and his heart is an artist.”

― Francis of Assisi