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We are Central™ Roofing Company™
Throughout 89 Years of Storms, Tear-offs and Built-ups…
Founded in 1929, Central Roofing Company™ is a certified Woman-Owned corporation operated in two locations: Minneapolis, St. Paul and Rochester, Minnesota. We are approved in a WBE, MBE, DBE, TGT/ED mentor-protégé agreement with Emerge Construction & Building Supply. Central Roofing Company™ is a GSA Contract Holder for GSA Schedule 56 Building and Building Materials & Supplies. Our SAM Registration (formerly CCR & OCRA) is complete and current. Our Minnesota License number is CR639253. We are also licensed in Arkansas, Florida, Illinois, and North Dakota with other state licensures pending. Our facilities include an in-house Sheet Metal Department with custom metal shop, Waterproofing Department, 24/7 Service Department, and Commercial Production Department.
85 years of excellence in our industry. Here is a sample of the amazing clients we’ve the privilege to work with:
Why Roof Coating Is a Great Option for Your Roof
A house or business needs a well-installed and reliable roof. It will keep the building’s occupants and possessions dry and safe from injury or damage. A roof does have a limited lifespan, so it is important to do whatever you can to make it last longer. Applying a roof coating can help. It can also make your roof more energy efficient and boost protection against UV rays and water. These materi Continue reading
A Guide to Green Roofing Construction Engineering
There are many reasons why green roofs are a solid option. They provide a wonderful natural appeal, they help with water retention and drainage, and they provide good insulation. On top of all that, they help to preserve the environment and provide places for plant life to grow and flourish. Green roofing is a big part of sustainable building. Here is a run down on the construction engineering beh Continue reading
A Guide to The Sheet Metal Industry’s Latest Technology
The sheet metal industry has benefited from several new technologies in recent years. Lasers, waterjets, and laser technology have led the way in that regard. Here is a quick rundown of those technologies and how they work.
There are two types of laser cutting: CO2 and fiber optic. CO2 works by using a gas concoction to create a laser beam. This beam can then cut through metal Continue reading
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