Roof Crafters LLC | McComb, Mississippi
Roof Crafters, LLC provides roof repair, inspection, and installation services for residents of the McComb, MS area. Hurricane Katrina and other powerful storms have proven the need for professional roofing contractors to ensure your home stays safe and dry through even the harshest weather conditions. McComb can depend on Roof Crafters, LLC to install quality traditional or metal roofing that will stand the test of time.
Roof Crafters, LLC can help with residential and commercial roofing needs, including work with insurance company claims. Roof Crafters, LLC is committed to offering top-notch roofing work, using high-quality materials. The company also strives to leave the smallest possible footprint, taking care to avoid damaging other property and using eco-friendly materials and methods.
Roof Crafters, LLC has a number of professional certifications from roofing material companies and other organizations, including:
- Select Shingle Master with CertainTeed
- Factory-Certified GAF Master Elite Roofing Contractor
- Owens Corning Platinum Preferred Contractor
- Signature Select with Atlas Roofing Corporation
From I-55 N
- Travel north on I-55 N.
- Take exit 17 for Delaware Ave toward Downtown/McComb.
- Turn right onto Delaware Ave.
- Take the first left onto Marion Ave. and continue onward, passing the Southwest Mississippi Regional Medical Center.
- Turn right onto Aston Ave. Take the second left onto Kendall St.
- Roof Crafters, LLC will be on the right.
From US-51 S
- Travel south on US-51 S toward George Edward Rd.
- Turn right onto West Avenue N.
- Take the third right onto White St.
- Before getting to Fresenius Medical Care, take the first left onto Kendall St.
- Roof Crafters, LLC will be on the left.
Pike County, Mississippi is host to McComb, a city with roughly 13,000 residents as of the latest census reports. As a Roof Crafters service area McComb is located 80 miles south of Jackson, and 20 miles north of the Louisiana state line.
McComb came to be thanks to Henry Simpson McComb, a former Union Colonel who took interest in railroads after the Civil War. Henry McComb took over as president of the New Orleans, Jackson, and Great Northern railroad, which ran between Canton, MS and New Orleans, LA. When Henry McComb took over as president, he wanted to move the railroad shops away from the saloons, which he felt were immoral, and the high cost of living in New Orleans. He bought property in Pike County, Mississippi due to its isolation from big cities. Three close communities agreed to join together and McComb officially became a town on April 5, 1872.
Benefits Of McComb
Other than the railroad, McComb also has a rich history in R&B music. Most notably for being the birthplace of blues legend Bo Diddley, which earned McComb a spot on the Mississippi Blue Trail. Diddley is considered by many to be the inventor of blues rock. McComb was the place of his last public performance before his death in 2008 and the downtown pavilion is name after him. McComb is the birthplace of Jimmy Boyd, who recorded the hit “I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus” when he was only 13 years old. Also, from McComb is R&B singer Brandy Norwood who is not only is a famous singer but also starred in the sitcom Moesha. Most recently to become famous from McComb is American Idol finalist La’Porsha Renae. McComb is also home to Parklane Academy, where Britney Spears attended school.
McComb Mississippi and Roof Crafters
McComb, Mississippi has a long, rich history of local start-up business from local residents that serve the Pike County area and helped the area grow and thrive. Among those is Roof Crafters, a local roofing company that services the south Mississippi area including McComb and Pike County. Roof Crafters has been in business in McComb for over five years. Roof Crafters has done roof replacements for hundreds of Pike County and McComb’s homes and businesses. From small home projects with shingle and metal roofs to large business projects including restaurants,
large auto shops, and grocery stores. Roof Crafters owners and employees have been longtime residents of the area.