Serving Southfield, Michigan’s Roofing Wants and Needs
We aren’t just proud because this is the town that our business is located in. American Standard Roofing is proud of the city itself and all that it has accomplished. This article is dedicated to the city in its past glory, current progress, and future potential.
Southfield, Michigan was first settled in 1823 from settlers as close as Birmingham and Royal Oak and all the way from New York and Vermont! It was not until the 1950’s that Beverly Hills and Lathrup Village divided themselves from the city and in 1958 the what was left of Southfield was officially incorporated.
Many of these older homes have historical qualities that deserve to be preserved. It is important that you choose an experienced roofing contractor capable of respecting your property.
There are many businesses located in Southfield making it the second largest center within Metro Detroit with over 27,000,000 square feet of office space. There are more than 100 Fortune 500 companies that have offices in the city! These business owners only expect the best and their commercial buildings require certified installers to service their roofs. We hold exclusive contracts with numerous companies within the city that we are very proud to have within our business portfolio.
According to the recent census, Southfield is occupied by a workforce primarily composed of sales and office workers. Nearly half of the citizens here hold a 4 year bachelors degree making it a very well educated community. However, the per capita income is only $28,895. Providing proper roofing services in our community needs we constantly need to be working to find our customers the best financing options available. We have no money down programs, 0% financing, and help those with good or bad credit.
The building department requires that we pull a permit before installation and they also have an open roof inspection where they inspect the work we are doing to make sure it is up to their standards. In fact, we are so well known within the city that if you call the building department and ask them for a roofing recommendation they will give you our name. We have done, and hope to continue to win bids for, various government properties of all sizes.