In November 1987 Melvin T. Morgan Roofing & Sheet Metal Co. INC. was born. Melvin T. Morgan Jr. was working at John T. Morgan Roofing Co as Superintendant and Vice President, and his wife Deborah Morgan was a RN at Roanoke Memorial Hospital. They both gave notice and began the tedious process of building a successful business. The very next week after leaving employment, Melvin T. Morgan Jr. received payment for the first completed job. In Nov. 1987 the first company truck was purchased and the company has continued to grow rapidly since then. The Lord Jesus Christ has blessed our hard work and our business. Through Christ, all things are possible!
Melvin T. Morgan Roofing & Sheet Metal Co., INC now has over 60 full time employees. Daily we cover a 70-mile radius from Roanoke, Lynchburg, Charlottesville, Fredericksburg and Richmond. Melvin T. Morgan Jr and Deborah Morgan still work everyday along side of the employees. Our employees are outstanding workers and without them we could never have grown and prospered like we have. If you are in need of roofing or gutters, please contact us. We want to give you a quality job at a fair price!
A Professional Touch . . . Company donates shingles, builds roof on Habitat for Humanity home. Strapped into harnesses on top of the steep roof, seven men pounded nails into strips of Chateau green shingles. Balancing on the tips of their toes, the men hammered out a symphony of thuds as they set the nails with a single strike and then jammed them into place with another. This was not the work of amateurs. While most Habitat for Humanity houses are built by volunteers, the men on the Locust Street roof were professionals. A team from the Virginia based Melvin T. Morgan Roofing and Sheet Metal spent Wednesday morning installing 30-year architectural shingles that the company donated. “My crew enjoys doing stuff like this,” says the foreman of the seven-man crew. The professional roofers allowed Habitat to build a steeper roof than volunteers usually attempt. The roof’s pitch matches the aesthetics of the neighborhood. By about noon Wednesday, the green roof was added to the list of completed features. “They’re like a fine-tuned machine,” said Farrar, standing back to watch the professionals go to work. (Contact us for complete article.)