As one of the leading roofing companies in Dayton, Ohio, we take pride in offering quality commercial and residential roofing services on which you can depend. Our licensed, experienced roofing contractors serve the greater Dayton, Cincinnati, and Columbus areas with roof installation, repair, and maintenance. With decades of combined experience working with metal, EPDM, asphalt shingles, TPO, fluid applied roofing, and more, you can count on our contractors to do the job right the first time.
For commercial customers, we offer a range of cost-effective solutions to extend the life of your facility’s roof or deliver a reliable roof system that will last for many years to come. A commercial roofing contractor can help you identify issues with your existing roof and develop the right strategy to protect your business against leaks. We install and repair all types of commercial roofs including rubber roofing, TPO, PVC, metal, and fluid applied roofing.
We also serve homeowners in Cincinnati, Dayton, and Columbus with the best possible customer service and value. We install and repair residential metal roofs and asphalt shingle roofs to protect your home and give you the best value with your investment.
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Our main office is located in Dayton, OH but our service area extends much farther.
Dayton is just behind Cincinnati in terms of population and just outside of the Greater Cincinnati area. With its central location, Dayton is a center for manufacturing, supplying, and shipping with an economy centered on research and development and the service industry. Along with aerospace and defense, healthcare also serves as the backbone of Dayton’s economy. Dayton is known for its top-rated hospitals and strong association with aviation as the birthplace of Orville Wright and the Wright-Patterson Air Force Base.
The Queen City is Ohio’s third-largest city and it was once one of the largest cities in the U.S. It was the first city founded after the Revolutionary War and the first major inland city in the country. Today, Cincinnati is a diverse and thriving city with numerous colleges and universities, three major sports teams, and beautiful examples of historic architecture. Cincinnati’s industrial past is evident in the downtown area but the suburbs reflect a great mix of modern and historic.
Columbus is the largest city in Ohio and the state capital with a population nearing 900,000 and a metro population of more than 2 million. Columbus has a diverse economy based on everything from retail and technology to medical research, steel, banking, and government. Money Magazine recently named Columbus as one of the best big cities in the U.S. and it’s been named as one of the top 10 cities for relocation by Forbes. Columbus is home to dozens of popular neighborhoods ranging for historic to new construction.
Located about 35 miles north of Dayton, Sidney is a quiet Ohio town with a rich history and dozens of beautiful examples of early American architecture. Sidney is served by a number of large auto manufacturing plants, especially the Honda of America plant outside of town. With its strategic location between Cincinnati, Dayton, Toledo, Columbus, and Indianapolis, Sidney is a growing community with plenty of opportunities.
The city of Blue Ash is home to dozens of corporate headquarters thanks to its numerous commercial and industrial parks. While only 12,000 people live in Blue Ash, the city’s population swells to 55,000 during the daytime. Despite its industry, Blue Ash remains a quiet and popular suburb that gets its name from the blue ash logs used to build the city’s first church.
Best known as the home of Kings Island, Great Wolf Lodge, and The Beach Water Park, Mason has a lot more to offer than thrills and entertainment. This large community is one of the most affluent cities in Greater Cincinnati and it’s home to several large operations such as Heinz, Cintas, Mitsubishi Electric, the Procter & Gamble Business Center, and a large share of business offices and medical facilities.
While largely a residential community, Fairfield has plenty to offer that sets it apart from other communities in Greater Cincinnati. Queen City residents know Fairfield well for the world-famous Jungle Jim’s market, which has expanded with a second location in Eastgate. Fairfield is also home to Wake Nation, a unique water park with an overhead cable system that allows you to waterski and wakeboard over the 10-acre lake without a boat.
Providing roofing and weatherproofing for your peace of mind.
Because your home wears our reputation.