Current Projects

Kemp Mill Shopping Center

Equipped with an old, cedar shake roof, the Kemp Mill Shopping Center sought Krupnik Brothers to replace the dilapidated roof with a more durable, metal roof.  Krupnik installed Petersen Snap-Clad metal roofing panels to complete the front, mansard roof.  These Snap-Clad panels provided the Kemp Mill Shopping Center with structural performance and architectural aesthetics.  This project required a complete demolition and thorough clean-up



Patterson Park Community Development Program (CDC)

When the Patterson Park CDC decided to environmentally renovate row homes around Baltimore’s Patterson Park, they contacted Krupnik Brothers.  Krupnik installed both Hardie panel and Hardie trim siding and soffit, along with metal siding panels and metal trim to the new “envirowhomes” which are located along the 100 block of N. Decker Street.  Krupnik is proud to be apart of the innovative design which lowers the homeowner’s overall utility costs.  More of their work can be found along the northern side of the Patterson Park area. You can learn more on the Patterson Park CDC “envirowhomes” at


Housing Barracks at Ft. Myer Military Base

In the early winter of 2007, Krupnik Brothers took on a new roofing project for the new housing barracks at Ft. Myer Military Base.  This project involved installing an EcoStar synthetic slate roof along with copper flashing.  The durable copper flashing provided the barracks with an extra layer of protection from any potential leaking.  The new synthetic slate roof provided the base with the look of an actual slate roof but at a much lower price and with a longer warranty. Krupnik also installed standing seam copper roofing on all of the porches of the new barracks buildings. Along with the copper roofing system, they installed a copper gutter system and snow guards to match the copper metal roofing and flashing.