In 1840, Massachusetts-born William M. Gray settled along the then-unnamed Grays Lake. Other farmers trickled into the area in 1840s. In 1880, the railroad built a line passed by the east side of Grays Lake and in 1886, the railroad built a station there, naming it Grayslake. The village was incorporated in 1895 using the name. To learn more about this beautiful area please visit the Village of Grayslake here.
Lakeland serves the area and would like the opportunity to be your Grayslake Residential or Commercial Roofer.
The picture on the top of this page features a home where we removed a tired, weathered cedar shake roof and replaced it with an attractive high-quality CertainTeed shingle. We further improved the style and design by installing copper in all of the valleys on the roof. The end result was an attractive, functional roof that will look great for decades to come and will provide the necessary protection for the inside of the home.
On the other hand, traditional homes may have a portion of the roof that is a flat roof. That flat roof area may be a second-floor balcony or second or third floor deck space.
In addition to working on Residential Roofs, Lakeland also specializes in Commercial Roofs in the Grayslake area.
Contact us today to work with Lakeland on your Grayslake Roof.
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