Does your roofing contractor or roofing sales representative wear a suit and tie or a tool belt? To answer the question about myself I wear a tool belt. While serving in the U.S. Army, I was trained as a structural engineer and my secondary job was a combat engineer. It consisted of jobs in every aspect of construction, including electrical, carpentry, masonry, plumbing and roofing, as well as supervising construction engineering. As a combat engineer, I primarily supervised, served or assisted as a member of a team tackling rough terrain in combat situations. I provided my expertise in areas as mobility, counter mobility, survivability and general engineering. I bring this experience and expertise to the commercial and residential roofing and construction business with many years of helping business and homeowners with their construction needs. As a professional roof consultant, I have specialized knowledge and experience that most architects and engineers do not possess. I represent the client’s best interest and have the necessary roofing skills & knowledge to advise my clients on a range of subjects from value-based solutions and all phases of the insurance claim as the general contractor. I have professionally managed several roof and construction projects on my client’s behalf and have the expertise required to resolve any problem your roof or construction project may face, leaving you with the most important task of all…running your business or home.
This contractor is a member of the National Roofing Contractors Association.