How to Tell if Your Roofer Really Cares About the Community

///How to Tell if Your Roofer Really Cares About the Community

How to Tell if Your Roofer Really Cares About the Community

How to Tell if Your Roofer Really Cares About the Community

Community involvement by a contractor indicates that this company is an integral part of the local area. Companies that invest in their communities are demonstrating that mutual partnership begins at home. Both company and community benefit from these win-win partnerships. Here are some great examples of what a contractor can do to get involved in the Tampa area.

Community projects

Imperial Roofing Contractor, roofers in Tampa, supports The Angelus project in neighboring Hudson. They offered free labor installation for roofs on the new buildings. This project works with people of all ages who are physically and mentally challenged.

The program began as a center for a few children in 1979. The one small building expanded over the years to the five group homes that are now part of the project. Imperial’s trained staff installed the roofs using shingles and metal donated by GAF.

Little League

Sponsoring a local Little League team is a great way to show support for the community. Imperial Roofing sponsors the Land O Lakes Little League team. Donations help to buy uniforms and equipment.

Roofs for Troops

Imperial Roofing works with GAF, the largest manufacturer of roofing materials, to guarantee military personnel the $250 rebate for a new roof. We have the information, forms and materials for qualified active and retired military personnel.

Family business

Imperial Roofing Contractor is a family business. The company was started by Jimmy Estep. From Jimmy, down through the second generation, Imperial Roofing cares about your community because it’s our community too.

 

The team is certified by GAF with Master Elite status. They also have the GAF Certified Green Roofer designation, an example of commitment to the sustainability of the community. Old shingles and other materials are re-purposed rather than thrown into a dumpster.

Nails and other metal parts are used for scrap. Composite concrete and asphalt shingles are used in paving. Ceramic tiles can be reused as well.
Contact Imperial Roofing Contractor, roofers in Tampa, for new roofs and repairs. We are proud to support our community.

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