Wagner Roofing Company
About Wagner Roofing Company
Wagner Roofing Company is an 108 year-old family construction business specializing in historic roofing restoration. Established in 1914 by Otto Wagner, Wagner Roofing Company now employs more than 75 dedicated team members aimed at providing some of the nation’s most recognized craftsmanship. In 2015, Dean Jagusch purchased the company from 3rd Generation family member, Chuck Wagner, with the goal to continue to build the Wagner legacy and heritage that the company and its craftsmen are known for.
Who We Are
The highly trusted, quality-driven, and ever-growing leader of historic restoration and innovative construction services, since 1914.
What We Do
Specializing in historic restoration through proven trades and honored craftsmanship
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5328 46th Avenue , Hyattsville, MD
Established in 1914 by Otto Wagner, Wagner Roofing Company now employs more than 75 dedicated team members aimed at providing some of the nation’s most recognized craftsmanship. In 2015, Dean Jagusch purchased the company from 3rd Generation family member, Chuck Wagner, with the goal to continue to build the Wagner legacy and heritage that the company and its craftsmen are known for. Check out our YouTube Promo Video!
Wagner continues to receive awards, recognition, and top honors from the National Roofing Contractors Association, local historical societies, roofing manufacturers, national publications, and others for its work throughout Washington, D.C. and the surrounding Mid Atlantic area.
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7450 Wisconsin Avenue , Bethesda, MD
2-Time National Gold Circle Award Winner
In 2018, Wagner Roofing took home, not one, but two of the industry’s top honors- the Gold Circle Awards, for work involved with the 17-story atrium skylight reglazing at the Bethesda Metro Center, in the categories of “Safety Preparedness and Performance” and “Innovative Solutions.
Read more in Professional Roofing Magazine.
- Bethesda Metro Skylight Replaceiment
60 West Street , Annapolis, MD
The work performed by Wagner’s craftsmen at the Historic Annapolis Post Office won 2 honorable awards
Presented by the Washington Building Congress
Five of our lead craftsmen were recognized with the honorable WBC Craftsmanship Award: Obed Hernandez, Ariel Lemus, Victor Lopez, Fredy Navarrete, and Andrew Tybor
“WBC is the only local organization that recognizes the skills of craftsmen through our Craftsmanship Awards Program—an annual celebration of excellent work performed in our local industry. WBC created the Craftsmanship Awards Program to honor those who individually provided exceptional workmanship on buildings throughout the Washington, DC area.“
Wagner’s roof restoration work was recognized as part of an overall award for the project.
“Under the direction of the Maryland Department of General Services, one of Annapolis’s historic post offices just underwent a world-class comprehensive adaptive reuse program to restore the deteriorated Georgian Revival architecture and to convert its interior space into new state government offices for the governor’s office of community initiatives and the governor’s legal office. DGS selected to work with industry leaders Consigli Construction, Ziger/Snead Architects, and Wagner Roofing to complete the work on the 1901 structure – and Gold Leaf Studios even gilded the historic pineapple cupola adornment with 23.5 karat double-weight gold...”
- Historic Annapolis Post Office
Decatur Avenue , Annapolis, MD
About this project
The full replacement of the over 100-year-old slate and copper roof at the US Naval Academy’s Sampson Hall was a project that would take nearly 16 months to complete and require the artistry of Wagner’s top metal craftsmen. Given the secure nature of the Naval base, Wagner employees were required to obtain and renew strict security credentials and background checks to access the Naval facilities, an extra layer in an already complex logistical landscape.
It's all in the details
Yet another complex demand for artistry came with the 34 custom copper-clad dormers that were sprinkled through the slate mansard. Each dormer received a new standing seam roof, copper wall cladding, mitered copper moldings, and copper window wells. The detail that went into the outside miter of each copper molding on all 34 dormers was particularly impressive. The decorative window fascia profiles were created in-house and then hand-mitered and soldered in the field, a feat that would need to be replicated 68 times across a 100-year-old structure.
- Sampson Hall - Naval Academy
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