New roof mimics original style of Ukrainian church

Visitors to the Sacred Heart Ukrainian Catholic Church in Johnson City, N.Y., are immediately captivated by the traditional Ukrainian design of the structure.

Visitors to the Sacred Heart Ukrainian Catholic Church in Johnson City, N.Y., are immediately captivated by the traditional Ukrainian design of the structure. Topped by three 80-foot domes, the massive building looks like it’s made completely of wood shakes on the siding and roof. A closer look reveals that the roof is made of DaVinci polymer shakes that replicate real wood shingles. Completed in 2011, the reroofing project includes 90 squares of weather-resistant, long-lasting Valoré polymer shake tiles in a Tuscano color blend of light, medium light, medium, and dark autumn colors.

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