Beacon, the specialty roofing and products distributor, announced on Monday the acquisition of Extreme Metal Fabricators, LLC, with locations in Key Largo and Palm City, Fla., and Integrity Metals, LLC, with locations in Gainesville and Vero Beach, Fla.

“For over a decade, we have operated Extreme Metal with a team of craftspeople, estimators, and operators whose specialized training and experience go into every metal panel roofing system we manufacture,” Paul Filipe, president of Extreme Metal, said.

“I am pleased that by joining Beacon, our customers will gain access to a broader offering of roofing and complementary products, including waterproofing and restoration,” he added.

The second acquisition, Integrity Metals, operates in the northern Atlantic region of Florida and, along with Extreme Metal, expands offerings for contractors along most of the state's East Coast.

“Integrity Metals is so named because of our passion for customer service and doing the right thing which is a great fit with Beacon’s culture,” said Joe Keene, president of Integrity Metals. “Engineers, architects, and contractors rely on us because they know we are knowledgeable and trustworthy; bringing together the Beacon and Integrity Metals teams in Florida will be advantageous for our employees, customers, and suppliers.” 

Beacon’s Florida Regional Vice President Jack Gill noted in the July 1 news release that the benefits of metal roofing are particularly compelling in Florida, where resilience is critical in the coastal environment.

“We are excited to welcome the skilled and experienced teams from Extreme Metal and Integrity Metals to Beacon,” Gill said. “Paul and Joe have built businesses [specializing] in the evolving building codes in Florida and its counties, helping customers grow their businesses. 

“Extending our residential and commercial roofing product catalog to include metal solutions will meet the needs of a growing contractor base in Florida responding to demands for long-lasting, durable, and attractive roof protection,” Gill added. 

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