The first full week in June is known as National Roofing Week by the NRCA and all its members. The week was established to raise awareness about the significance a roof has to every building structure in the United States.
The roof is one of the most important elements of any home or business because it protects the structure from all the Northeast Ohio Weather. Unfortunately, roofing systems often fall into disrepair before they get the maintenance that they need. This week gives roofing contractors the opportunity to show off their signature projects, good deeds, promote safety and employee training, say thank you to their employees, and encourage good roofing maintenance habits.
Our Signature Project:
“Boak & Sons has worked on some exciting and meaningful projects this year,” says Sam Boak, President of Boak & Sons. “We are currently doing all the sheet metal work for the new Youngstown Amphitheater. I cannot wait to see Chicago and Earth Wind & Fire rocking out under our roof!”
The new Amphitheater is located inside The Riverfront Park and overlooks the Youngstown city skyline. It is the perfect location for visitors to experience two different sides of the city while immersing themselves in music and other live events.
Boak & Sons was contracted to install all the sheet metal on all 8 of the buildings on the job site including:
- Standing seam metal roofing
- Soffit Panels
- Flush Panels
- Composite Panels
- Standing seam metal panels on incline walls
The amphitheater is set to be completed this month with a free community event scheduled for June 14th. We look forward to many enjoyable moments there this summer!