Historic restoration of steeples and towers.
Church Steeple Repair.
Get to Know Us
We specialize in repairing church steeples and towers. Our 32-year experience with historical preservation aids us in handling repairs involving stone, tile, slate, copper, wood, or paint.
We are highly trained and licensed with multiple certifications in rope access, fall safety, tower climbing, and steeplejack.
We also have our own extremely specialized man lift, designed just for completing work on church steeples. We utilize it, along with our height and challenging rope access skills, every day, refining, improving, and building our experience in order to be at the top of the profession for your historical church project.
The love of heights and an intrinsic love for architecturally significant historical masterpieces are what propel us each and every day.
Copper patch work on tile roof.
Image of repair work to Peoples Community Church Detroit Steeplejack
Installing tarp under steeple so we can begin painting.
Taken before roof was replaced on Peoples Community Church.
Descending church steeple while performing painting and repair.
Rope system used for hoisting work supplies to top of steeple. Detroit Steeplejack
This is a brand new church cross ready for installation on Saint Bonaventure church in Detroit. Detroit Steeplejack.
We were repairing leaks in the seams of dome situated above the Arab National Museum in Dearborn Michigan. Detroit Steeplejack
We are experts at repairing historical steeples and towers.
Work on historical steeples is much different from typical construction. All the different elements are what make up the church's visual history. Without them, the church is just another new structure designed with an old shape. Old-growth timbers look completely different from new-growth wood. For this reason, we have become experts at saving and preserving historical elements for future generations to enjoy.
We love to work at heights. We are also natural engineers. We are craftsmen who apply our natural and learned skills to your steeple repair project.