As with all the elements of a modern commercial building, the roof is built to accepted industry standards, and little further thought is given to it. For many in the commercial building industry, ''a roof is just a roof.''
We believe each roof must be carefully matched to all the other elements of the building: its design, its intended use, its environment, and of course, its cost.
With these factors in mind, we assess each project with a blunt honesty that serves our customers better than ''just getting the job done.'' That assessment provides our clients the best possible roof and the least possible aggravation. We have earned a reputation for quality and honesty that we're proud of, and that we intend to maintain.
The factor that's often overlooked.
The performance of a roof system depends upon many factors: the selected materials, the installation techniques, and one very important factor that's often overlooked: the people who install the roof.
Our staff of experienced roofing professionals is among the most thoroughly trained in the industry. We think our training should be an important factor to you, because of what your roof means to your building.
Our professional roofers are constantly upgrading their skills. They receive training in the techniques associated with all the different types of commercial roofing materials and systems. That training helps ensure that the hundreds of components that go into every roof system are appropriately installed in a craftsman-like manner.
Our staff is also carefully selected. We expect their work to be nothing less than professional, responsible and safe. We know you expect that of us, and that's what you'll get.
Many questions … many answers.
No matter which roofing system is appropriate for your building, do you have a thorough understanding of all the considerations involved in the installation of that roof?
What's the layout of the site? How will existing structures, landscaping or traffic affect site access? Will the materials – or the equipment necessary to install those materials – present advantages or disadvantages on a particular site?