One of Boak & Sons Inc.'s points of pride is its sheet metal roofing services, a common choice among many commercial businesses in the roofing company's service region. Recently, Sam Boak announced the completion of the roof of the Angel Wing; a new addition to a local animal shelter called Angels for Animals in Canfield, Ohio.
Angels for Animals was incorporated in 1990 by co-founders Polly Wardle and Diane Less-Baird. The property was originally going to consist of three buildings, totaling 13,500 square feet. However, with the recent addition of the Angel Wing, the shelter added another 25,000 square feet. Angels for Animals provides rescue, rehabilitation, adoption, neuter/spay and many other services to dogs and cats in need. As an animal lover, founder Sam Boak was thrilled to take on the Angel Wing project to support the growth of the shelter.
“Angels for Animals is a wonderful organization that Boak & Sons was thrilled to get involved with,” said Boak. “We knew our Snap Seam metal roof panels would not only look beautiful on such a large surface area, but would also provide lasting, quality protection for the animals as well as the people who work and volunteer in the facility.”
The new wing boasts a beautiful lobby and reception area with eight exam rooms, separate dog and cat waiting areas and x-ray, general surgery and many other vital services to assist pet owners and help support the animals who call the shelter home. Boak & Sons installed thousands of metal roof panels in their signature blue color, the very same color they have on their own roof in Austintown. They also installed metal decking, soffit and panel metal siding.