A roofing project, be it residential or commercial, owned or managed is a big task with may considerations. Cost, timeline of the project and the debris – something not often considered, but none-the-less, important details.
What happens to the wasted material? Does it go into landfill to further pollute our environment?
For residents, building owners or managers in Southwestern Ontario, Kitchener-Waterloo based Barker Roofingwill answer all of these questions and provide environmentally-friendly service on projects of all sizes.
They are currently working with registered and long-respected non-profit organization Habit for Humanity in Stratford to build a pavilion for a local school with recycled materials.
Owners and managers at Barker Roofing are hoping to expand this program to include many other residential, commercial and government buildings at all levels to give back to the community and preserve the environment.
Barker only employs certified roofers who take part in annual testing. This compares to just five per-cent of roofing companies that meet the criteria for certification. They also work in conjunction with Ontario Trades Colleges for improved roofer training.