Community Service Projects
Since our inception, Springtree Roofing and Restoration has been committed to giving back to our community. Each year, we have completed one or more community service projects, some on our own and some in partnership with the North Texas Roofing Contractors Association (NTRCA) or Rebuilding Together.
Springtree’s community service roofing projects have included:
St. Philip’s Episcopal Church in Frisco, Texas
Springtree Roofing and Restoration, ER Systems and Energy Roofing Solutions (all members of the North Texas Roofing Contractors Association – NTRCA) joined forces in 2016 to donate a new roof to the St. Philip’s Episcopal Preschool in Frisco, just in time before hail assaulted the area. Learn more about this award-winning community service project at https://springtreetx.com/project/st-philips-episcopal-church/
A Beloved Preschool Teacher’s Home
Members of the North Texas Roofing Contractors Association (NTRCA) came together in a project led by Springtree Roofing and Restoration’s AJ Huckaby to donate the materials and labor needed to build a badly needed new roof for the home of a beloved preschool teacher in Grand Prairie TX, who had fallen on hard times due to medical issues and a contributing mold issue in her home. NTRCA members who donated materials and labor to the project included: ABC Supply Melissa, ABC Supply White Settlement, ER Systems, KPost Company, Polston Sales and Marketing/Ross Manufacturing,
No Roof Left Behind Community Service Project – Salazar Family
Springtree Roofing and Restoration, in partnership with No Roof Left Behind, donated a new roof (and more) to a very deserving homeowner, completing the project in time for the holidays in 2017. George and his late wife, Bertha, were nominated for Springtree’s No Roof Left Behind roof giveaway by their daughter Stephanie. When she nominated them, her mom was in the midst of fighting her third bout with cancer, and her dad had been forced to retire to take care of his wife, who required 24/7 care and monthly trips back and forth to Houston for treatment. With the couple’s funds already significantly strained, their home and automobiles were hit by hail storms in both April and May of the same year and then, to make matters worse, their home’s air conditioning went out during the summer. They could not afford the new roof or other home repairs they needed and, in August, sweet Bertha passed away.
Beyond the roof, other generous and compassionate manufacturers and local contractors jumped on board to help and provided additional home restoration services, including new windows, paint, trim and outdoor lighting. Window replacement materials and work