Our T^Rock Family
We’ve spent over six decades perfecting the art of roofing construction, it’s a craft handed down from one generation to another with pride.
As one of the oldest Dallas roofers, we’ve not only had a hand in pioneering the custom roofing industry, we’ve also set new standards and benchmarks that are, well, not that easy for many newer Dallas roofing companies to match.
After sixty plus years and thousands on custom roofs installed, we’re now affectionately called “the Rolex of roofing”. Perhaps it’s because of our attention to detail, the use of the finest roofing materials, or our rock solid lifetime warranty. Either way, we appreciate the compliment.
We Protect You
Your Family's safety is our first priority.
We start off with 3 simple requirements.
Absolute zero tolerance background checks. The golden state serial killer, Elizabeth Smarts’ kidnapper and 1,000’s of other criminals find their victims under the cloak of A friends contractor. No other roofing contractor in DFW to our knowledge follows our strict protocol. They say It costs too much.
Carbon monoxide detectors with every roof install. Carbon monoxide levels can spike to dangerous levels If pipes are not properly reset resulting in headaches and even death in rare cases. We check, double check and recheck to make sure our families have added security features.
$4 million general liability insurance policy.
Choose your Project Manager that fits your style - We want you to see their backgrounds, experience and get to know them.
You would never intentionally allow access to your family’s home by a sex offender, armed ex-felon or thief..... However, you probably already have.
There are more felons in the construction industry than in our jail system. The roofing and construction industry with its lack of licensing and drive to hire as cheaply as possible is the perfect landing space for violent
Quotes from : fox business
Erickson Cos., a Chandler, Ariz., based construction firm, has hired almost 30 former inmates from Arizona state prisons over the past year to build frames for new homes, an effort to cope with skilled-labor scarcity.
"I've never dealt with employers who are more willing to hire ex-felons, " said John Nally, Indiana Department of Correction director. "We have all these people in construction who are literally begging for workers."