Roofing Corp of America announced last week the acquisition of Hamilton Roofing of Malabar, Fla., which is about 110 miles north of Palm Beach, along the state’s Atlantic coastline. 

In a May 2 news release, the company said that while RCA’s portfolio of businesses has long performed work for clients in Florida, the Hamilton purchase represents RCA’s first investment in a brick-and-mortar asset in The Sunshine State.

RCA noted that Hamilton claims a repeat public and private client list that includes the federal government and military installations, local county municipalities, and numerous private clients, making it an “undeniable commercial roofing leader” in the ‘Space Coast’ market. 

Hamilton Roofing will continue operating as a stand-alone entity within Roofing Corp of America and will continue to be led by its president, Tony Hamilton, a second-generation roofer who moved to the East Coast of Florida from Detroit to open the branch in 1983.  

“We are very excited for the future as a part of this dynamic and growing organization,” Hamilton said. “We believe our valued customers and team members will quickly see the benefits of our partnership with Roofing Corp of America.” 

Randy Korach, CEO of Roofing Corp of America, said the company had been waiting for the right opportunity to enter the Florida market.

“We wanted to be certain our market entry was with the right partner,” Korach said. “First, there is Tony Hamilton, a savvy and experienced leader; second, the company has built a market-leading reputation with its customers for safety, professionalism, responsiveness, and quality workmanship.” 

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