ROSEMONT, ILL. - Founded by Peter Owens, Brett Chapman and Carolie Owens, the company began as Delta Roofing in 1988 and was acquired by Tecta America in 2007.

The early success of Delta Roofing was through hard work, quality products, prompt service and a commitment to satisfaction. In 2007, Delta caught the eye of Tecta America.

“We thought that becoming part of Tecta America would create synergies that would make us more competitive and help us grow,” said Tecta America New England President Peter Owens.

Tecta America New England has long specialized in reroofing and custom sheet metal work, fabricated in-house. Their roofing industry expertise includes industrial, warehousing, commercial offices, healthcare, educational institutions and state, local and federal government buildings.

The quality of Tecta America New England’s work has earned them top awards from roofing product manufacturers and trade associations. These include Firestone Master Contractor, Firestone Circle of Quality, Firestone’s President’s Club Award, Carlisle ESP, Sika Sarnafil Partners Club Elite and Alliance levels, GAF Master Roofing Contractor, and Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC) Excellence in Construction Award.

As Tecta America New England’s customer base has expanded during its thirty-year history, the company has kept their focus on the safety of their employees and customers. OSHA regulations and decision driving are among the areas in which employees are trained and the investments have paid off. The company’s record for keeping employees safe remains exemplary.

Tecta America New England’s home office is in North Billerica, MA. With additional offices in Hanover, MA, Portland, ME and East Hartford, CT, it can meet commercial and industrial roofing needs anywhere in the region. Another reason Tecta America was attractive for the former Delta Roofing was having access to a national pool of workers. “Because we can pull manpower from our area and other Tecta America locations across the country, we’re able to take on projects and deadlines that other roofing companies can’t,” Owens said.

Peter Owens thought that joining forces with Tecta America would put his company in a better position to grow. Just over a decade later, it’s clear that he was right.