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Since 1877, many generations of local families, including the Bregenzer family, have attended St. Alphonsus Church in Hopewell, N.J. When the church's roof needed repair, Bregenzer Brothers Inc., Hopewell, was honored to perform the work.

In November 2016, the Bregenzer Brothers crew removed the Pennsylvania slate and installed a Vermont Black slate roof system with Carlisle® WIP® 300HT and Grace Tri-Flex® underlayments. The pole gutters were reframed and wrapped in 20-ounce bare Revere copper, and the steeple was clad in 20-ounce Revere copper in Freedom Gray, each piece customized for an exact fit.

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Bregenzer Brothers restores 13 roof systems on The Lawrenceville School's historic campus
by Chrystine Elle Hanus

FOUNDED IN 1810 as the Maidenhead Academy, The Lawrenceville School in Lawrenceville, N.J., has established itself as a leader in academic innovation. More than 800 students in grades 9-12 attend the college preparatory school whose mission is to inspire and educate promising young people from diverse backgrounds for responsible leadership, personal fulfillment and enthusiastic participation in the world.

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Over three generations, the Bregenzer family has built a thriving specialty roofing business
by Lauren Otis

It is a hot and humid September afternoon on the Princeton University campus. Students mill around Whitman College, only recently moved into the newly completed residential college. Three men wander along the pathways, gazing up with a proprietary air at the massive collegiate Gothic structure.

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Mercer County Business BREGENZER BROTHERS

The Slate and Copper Roofing Experts

After three generations the most important aspect for the Bregenzer family is placing their customer first. Even though you will find their work on the finest campuses and churches in New Jersey and despite being highly sought after for historically important restorations. Bregenzer Brothers goes over and above literally on every project large or small.

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Morven Finishes Its Restoration with a Big Splash

by Ilene Dube for US1 Newspaper

Visiting the newly restored pool house at Morven Museum and Garden, once the playground of Robert Wood Johnson, I started thinking about the man behind the name we have come to associate with medical schools, hospitals, and large charitable contributions.

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Spring Lake's Church of the Holy Trinity get new roof, finishes 25-year restoration.

Dan Radel staff reporter. Asbury Park Press

SPRING LAKE - Workers finished installing a new slate roof this week, concluding a 25-year restoration project on the Church of the Holy Trinity, the borough's oldest house of prayer. The church is on the Monmouth County Historic Sites Inventory, the New Jersey Register of Historic Places and the National Register of Historic Sites of the U.S. Department of the Interior. The church has been a part of the borough for 130 years. A small group of summer vacationers in need of a place of prayer purchased two adjacent lots in 1878 and brought the church into existence. Ground was broken on Sept. 17, 1880, and the first service was held on July 3, 1881.

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