D. Thomas Roofing Company of Wilmington, N.C., keeps things on the straight and narrow in the company’s spiritual approach to success. “If we had a company motto it would be, ‘Do what’s right,’” said David Thomas, President of D. Thomas Roofing.
Working at heights is inherently dangerous, and safety should always be the most important concern when the workplace is on the roof. With the recent changes to OSHA’s residential fall protection guidelines and a well-publicized push to increase OSHA enforcement, safety has been in the spotlight more than ever.
They set themselves apart from the rest of the industry not only because of the revenue they generate, but how they positioned themselves to stay on top. The contractors on Roofing Contractor's Top 100 list know what it takes to remain successful in tough times and in good times.
Bill Chambers, President of Bill Chambers Roofing located in Lake Havasu City, Ariz., started the company in 1994 with a kettle, a pickup truck and his tool bags.“Since then we have grown to be a good size company with 80 employees and a great management staff,” said Chambers, who is co-owner along with his wife, Kara, the secretary and treasurer of the company.