Division 7 Roofing is proud to support the Ohio communities in which we live and work through the Toys for Tots program. Our entire team has once again banded together to play a small part in making Christmas memorable for children throughout all of Central Ohio. This year we had a little extra fun and sent our official Division 7 Roofing Elf’s on a shopping spree to pick out some presents to donate. We love the Toys for Tots program and support it every year. Take a moment and check out our short and Fun 2019 Division 7 Community Support Video and Merry Christmas from Division 7.
Division 7 Roofing values our employees AND their safety! We recently hosted an award ceremony to recognize our commercial roofers and staff members commitment to Division 7. Various awards were given honoring individuals ranging from as little as one year to well over 30 years. Following the ceremony and meal our employees went through an OSHA certified safety training class specifically designed for industrial and commercial roofers. Our employee’s and their commitment to quality is why we are one of the oldest and most trusted commercial roofing contractors in Central Ohio.
Division 7 Roofing crew stands with our new hire! Division 7 Roofing has made the commitment to our tag line, “Roofing with Integrity” in every aspect of our business and we always have. Roofing has traditionally not been a “female” field but that is quickly changing. Women are starting to become a driving force in the roofing industry with the newly formed councils of National Women in Roofing (NWiR) around the country. Division 7 Roofing is excited to be a part of the movement and welcome women who want an opportunity.
The new tax reform bill is passing along savings to commercial building owners who make qualified real estate improvements to their properties. Formerly, commercial building owners were only allowed to expense improvements made to the interior of their buildings. Recently the new tax reform bill put into effect in 2018 allows expensing of improvements to the structural and exterior portions of non-residential buildings including roofs, HVAC systems, fire protection, alarm systems and security systems.
According to Toni Nitti, a Forbes.com contributor, “The Section 179 limitation will be increased to $1,000,000 for tax years beginning after 2017, with the phase-out beginning at $2,500,000 of qualifying assets placed in service.” To read more of Toni’s in-depth article on the tax reform click here.
Division 7 Roofing, a commercial and industrial roofing contractor in Columbus, Ohio takes great pride in projects that are unusual and ones that can be difficult. The Caps at Union Station was no exception. This job was challenging, but it brought out our strengths of teamwork, dedication and ingenuity. Division 7 Roofing offers low-slope, single-ply commercial roofing services throughout Ohio and the surrounding states. We harness one of the largest service fleets in Central, Ohio and are proud to offer our clients unmatched service and help in roof asset management.
Division 7 Roofing does not have a residential division. We focus on low-slope commercial single-ply roofs. Although that is our focus, Division 7 Roofing does repair and do preventive maintenance on commercial low-sloping and sloped commercial shingle roofs. At times Division 7 Roofing does refer work out to other residential roofing contractors if we find that we would not be the best contractor for the job. However, we are always willing to come out and look at your roof and give our professional opinion.
Division 7 Roofing has been in business since 1979. We are the oldest and most trusted commercial roofing contractor in Central Ohio.
Division 7 Roofing is part of National Roofing Contractors Association (NRCA), Ohio Roofing Contractors Association (ORCA, Midwest Roofing Contractors Association (MRCA), National Women IN Roofing (NWIR), Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA), and the International Facility Management Association (IFMA)
We are certified through all of the major material manufacturers including: Firestone, GAF, Carlisle, Johns-Manville, Sika-Sarnafil and Garland.
There are many commercial roofing contractors out there and you want to be sure you are working with one that is qualified and knowledgeable. Ensure they have a good reputation in the industry. Be sure to also understand which manufacturer’s material are they licensed to install? There are many different materials out there and they are tiered. Top commercial roofing material manufacturers are Firestone, GAF, Carlisle, Johns-Manville, Sika-Sarnafil, Garland and Dow. How many of these is your commercial roofing contractor licensed to install and repair? Ask for a reference list. A good contractor will have a good reference list of companies they have worked for and should be willing to share that information. Contractors are always proud of the work that they do. Look on a company’s website and find pictures of projects they have completed. Your roofing contractor should also be in professional associations. Professional associations give contractors access to updated safety trainings, industry updates and standards, awards and recognition.