Tri-State Roofing & Sheet Metal Company honored
Tri-State Roofing & Sheet Metal Company is proud to be recognized as the Putnam County Chamber of Commerce Business of the Month. Beginning in Wheeling in 1923 as a small built-up roofing company, Tri-State is a regional specialty contractor known for technical and engineering expertise in all types of roofing systems, sheet metal fabrication, and HVAC/mechanical systems. The company marked its 90th anniversary last year, and celebrated the installation of over 1 billion square feet of roofing.
Entering the Charleston market in 1940, Tri-State established an office here when it was awarded a major contract for new and re-roofing work at the Naval Ordnance plant. The Tri-State location in Poca, W.Va. has led the company's development in the sheet metal field.
Tri-State specifies, installs, maintains, and repairs quality roof systems for any low-slope and steep-slope application including multi-ply, single-ply, metal, slate, tile, and shingle systems. The company specializes in leak repair and is available to respond to emergencies at any time. An in-house metal fabrication shop and craftsmen support its roofing business.
In addition to architectural metal pieces, Tri-State designs, fabricates, and installs custom metal pieces for industrial uses, including safety/access, material handling, manufacturing process, and commercial HVAC applications.
The company's full-service HVAC/Mechanical division provides energy management services and temperature-, humidity-, pollution-, and dust-control solutions to industrial, commercial, and institutional customers. Tri-State is a LEED-accredited contractor.
Call Tri-State at 304-755-8135 for more information about our roofing, sheet metal, and HVAC/mechanical services. www.tri-stateservicegroup.com
Business selected for "Business of the Month" are drawn from the names of Chamber members attending Business After Hours.
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