Local Owned Commercial Roofing Company 

Phil Whiting, owner and operator of Summit Roofing began working in the roofing industry while studying architecture. Being the field, he realized that he enjoyed the business side of the roofing industry far more than the design and architectural side. With a switch of majors to business, he soaked up all the knowledge he could and started his own business in 2002 with one crew. Over the past decade he has grown the operation to handle large corporate projects.

Your commercial roof built to last
Now Summit Roofing’s portfolio showcases workmanship, quality and attention to detail. “We have the experience to handle large corporate accounts, those with requirements of 500,000 square feet or more.”

Residential roofing includes repairs and replacements
“We can also service small residential repairs and replacements,” says Whiting. “Each client feels a personalized attention starting from the initial bid, through the finished product.”

Many roofing companies survive on low price bidding. With lower grade products and corner cutting, often those customers come to Summit Roofing who either need the initial work redone or repaired when problems surface again within just a few years.

Phil Whiting, founder of Summit Roofing said, “I wanted to find a clientele that I could continue to work for. To do that I have had to have high work standards, quality and integrity. 75% of our business is from repeat customers.”

Summit Roofing can handle large projects with over 500,000 square feet.The Summit Roofing difference includes honesty in the bidding process, being realistic about what the project will cost, using respected products, and quality workmanship. We take time with each project to educate our clients, so they can make the best purchasing decision for their roof. With detailed explanation about lifecycle costs, the bid may cost a little more upfront, but without the yearly repair and maintenance needs, the quality and price outlasts the initial savings offered by our competitors. Whiting emphasizes, “It ends up being a win-win for our customers and for our business.”