Tecta America Acquires Metalcrafts Inc.
SAVANNAH, Ga. — As of April 1, Metalcrafts Inc. has joined Tecta America. For more than 46 years, Metalcrafts has been a valuable part of the construction industry in the Savannah, Ga., area. The company is a second-generation professional roofing and sheet metal company with a reputation for exceptional service, integrity and quality in all aspects of business.
“We are excited to be joining the Tecta family of roofing professionals,” said Allen Lancaster, president of Metalcrafts Inc. “As a family business that was founded on trust and honor and integrity, we believe this new partnership will allow us to continue these core principles and help our people to grow. It will also allow our customers to continue receiving the service that the name Metalcrafts has come to represent. Tecta America has an unyielding commitment to quality, expertise and professionalism which is a part of the reason they are an industry leader. We have always said our people are our strongest asset, and Tecta America shares that belief but also shows it with their employee training and strong commitment to safety. These are only a few of the many reasons that the three Lancaster brothers of Metalcrafts are proud to join Tecta America”
“We are very excited to welcome Metalcrafts to the Tecta family,” said Mark Santacrose, president of Tecta America. “As strategic partners of Tecta for years, we have had the opportunity to work with the Metalcrafts organization and know that we share the same values of providing our customers with great service while providing our people with a safe and challenging environment.”
Allen Lancaster will stay on as president, along with brothers Jeffery and Joseph Lancaster. They will be known as Metalcrafts, a Tecta America Company LLC going forward. Operations will continue to be located at the same address of 4522 Ogeechee Road, Savannah, GA 31405.
“We will continue providing the same level of service and quality that was established many years ago by the first generation of Lancaster owners” Allen said.