The Woodlands Church of Christ
The Woodlands Church of Christ is a newly constructed building located in Shenandoah, Texas that required the installation of two different roof types, shingles and high performance thermoplastic polyolefin (TPO).
The Woodlands Church of Christ is a newly constructed building located in Shenandoah, Texas that required the installation of two different roof types, shingles and high performance thermoplastic polyolefin (TPO). Schulte Roofing® was referred to the general contractor leading the construction of this building by a previous client. With a reputation of providing quality work on commercial roofing projects and completing the work on-time and under budget, Schulte Roofing® has become well known as an industry leader.
The challenges for this 35,346 square-foot project were minimal, as the building was easily accessible and Schulte Roofing® is extremely knowledgeable about the roof types that were installed, shingles and TPO. One challenge that presented itself during this project was the delivery of material that had been damaged.
This project was straight-forward for Schulte Roofing® because they are well versed in both commercial and residential best practices and safety requirements. Shingles are typically installed on residential roofs, therefore, many roofing companies capable of installing shingles are familiar only with residential safety guidelines and not commercial safety guidelines. The application of shingles on this commercial building mandated that specific commercial safety requirements be followed. The staff at Schulte Roofing® are fully trained on both commercial and residential safety requirements.
Schulte Roofing® was able to complete every aspect of this project with expert knowledge. The general contractor wanted a company that would be able to add roofing insulation to the shingled roof. With a specialized technique Schulte Roofing® added insulation with nail boards to ensure quality and durability.
When damaged material was delivered to the site from a distributor, Schulte Roofing® caught the problem right away. They refused to accept the damaged goods and sent it back to the distributor to fix the issue. Since the materials were checked at the time of delivery, they were able to prevent any delays and this project was completed on-time and under budget.