Our mission and goal at Carroll Roofing Company, Inc. is our absolute commitment of excellence and to bring value to the marketplace. No matter what size the job, our top priority always is safety first and customer satisfaction in a timely and professional manner.
About Carroll Roofing Company, Inc.
Carroll Roofing Company, Inc. has been a family-owned and -operated business since 1985 and is a fully insured, bonded and licensed professional contractor for the state of North Carolina. We provide 85 percent commercial roofing installations and 15 percent residential shingle installations. Other than roof installations, we also provide new construction, roof recovers, roof tear-offs and fall-protection installation. Roof maintenance is offered for a flat rate depending on whether maintenance is performed annually or semiannually. Roof maintenance and
Incorporated in 1986, Carroll Roofing Company, Inc. is proud to have successfully completed projects for the entire state of North Carolina. Significantly large, high-profile commercial projects have been completed throughout the state, including projects at the North Carolina State Legislative Building, North Carolina Administration Building, North Carolina State Capitol, North Carolina State University, Wilmington International Airport and UNC-TV transmitter building. The location of cities includes Raleigh, Garner, Cary, Chapel Hill, Clayton, Durham, Eagle Springs, Greensboro, Henderson, Butner, Selma, Smithfield, Elizabeth City, Greenville, New Bern, High Point, Charlotte, Wake Forest, Winston-Salem, Wilson, Washington, Rocky Mount, Jacksonville and Wilmington.
Efficient and knowledgeable employees represent Carroll Roofing Company, Inc. Listed here are our key personnel:
- Steve Carroll, president of corporation
- Sue Carroll, vice president
- Stephanie Carroll Baker, business administrator
Solving the Challenges on the North Carolina State Legislative Building Reroofing Project
After being awarded the contract to reroof the North Carolina State Legislative Building in Raleigh, our work had just begun. Our first challenge was figuring out how to remove the old roof, get the new roofing materials up to the roof and, later, get ballast to the roof.
Compounding the problem, our only staging area was 80 feet from the building – multileveled roofs that covered an entire city block.
After pricing crane rentals and scaffolding, we decided they were far too expensive. That's when we decided to contact Dunn & Abee Roofing Equipment. After meeting with Dunn & Abee, all parties agreed that purchasing a Garlock PAUS elevator hoist would solve our problems for this complicated, high-profile job.
Following delivery of the equipment, Garlock's Tony Hutton was on hand to help set things up and to train us to use the new equipment. The first setup to the upper roof was at a 29-degree angle, which had never been accomplished before, according to Tony. However, after a few minor alterations to some of the accessories, we were ready to go.
The elevator hoist worked flawlessly throughout the duration of the project. It also saved us time and money on labor and kept us from disrupting the North Carolina General Assembly, which was in an emergency meeting at the time.
All of us at Carroll Roofing Company, Inc. would like to thank Kirk Dunn, Gwynn Abee and Tony Hutton for their support and knowledge in helping us to successfully complete this high-profile job for the State of North Carolina.