Not Just a Business

Our philosophy is simple as it is old. We love our neighbors as we love ourselves, we believe in building things that last, and all of this goes toward maximizing energy output. Meaning, we believe in doing two to three things with one movement instead of just one thing. In business, people more often than not have one goal, which is to make money. They then model a business that goes toward that singular, myopic aim, thus they have an inefficient energy output, and they're usually miserable because of it. We are committed to our employees, hiring local American labor, with the overall goal of improving our community, with each roof we do. We see our business as a service, not only to the people who purchase it, but to the men we employee, and local vendors we buy products from. When a business hires out of town labor, or buys material out of town, they send that money to other regions. We employ local men because it keeps them working, which saves this community money. When men are out of work society pays for it peripherally, with drug use, crime, and social services. Thus when we build a roof, or anything, we are doing multiple things at once, which maximizes all of our energy output, including our customers. Anyone or any business that is all about the bottom line, the up front cost, is not seeing the whole picture. *We charge market prices. We will also beat any competitor's price by $200.

We believe in building every roof better than the first roof installed. Builders often use the cheapest material available. Things like rubber pipe boots, bare minimum 3/4" nails, and shingles. We build with premium shingles, lead pipe boots, and 1-1/4" nails. These small things cost little but add years to a roof. Rubber pipe boots last ten years and lead lasts 50 years and often longer. Once again, this maximizes our energy, building something that lasts. For example, imagine a roof that lasts 20-30 years vs 10-15. How you build determines energy output, and building a 10-15 years vs 20-30 doubles the amount of energy output. Why would anyone choose to do this? Why have we chosen to do this?

Our goal is to improve the working and building standards of Northwest Louisiana, and to build a company we can be proud of.