This new home in Santa Fe, TX deserved every bit of the flashy new roof the builder was installing on it. The only issue was the roof was tricky. There were several valleys, including valleys over the bay window. When a roof covers an octagonal wall, the roof structure becomes complicated with many cuts. Most shingles can be installed around this type of roof with relative ease, but any specialty roof (such as the metal, in this case) requires special attention to detail. The challenge for this home-builder was to find a roofing company with veterans on their team who could easily overcome this obstacle.
Mr. William contacted Ernie Smith & Sons Roofing and asked our front office what kind of roofing we performed. Of course, our response is always "all types, makes, and models we can stand behind." He gave us the details, including the square footage of the house. It was just a small house, but the roof was complicated, and the house was built very well. It's important to protect valuables, and this house was nothing less. We installed the new roof in Santa Fe, TX on this house, and made this customer happy. The solution in this case was to find the right man for the right job. We fit the niche, and Mr. Williams was able to complete his project on time and on budget!
Installing Contractor: Ernie Smith & Sons Roofing
Project Manager: Emilio Perez
Service Representative: David Dobeka
Products Installed: R-Panel Galvalume 24-Gauge Steel