For over 25 years, Campopiano Roofing has been servicing the residential roofing market in both new construction and remodeling. Take a look at our Residential Roofing Section to find out more.
For over 25 years Campopiano Roofing has been servicing commercial clients on projects large and small. Take a look at our Commercial Roofing Section to find out more.
Since 1978, Campopiano Roofing has built strong working relationships with homeowners, custom builders, and nationally known builders. See what our customers have said about us on our Customer Comments Page.
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In 1978, George Campopiano started a proprietorship doing small contracts in new construction and tear-offs. Find out more about the Campopiano Family on the Our Team Page.
Some sectors in the building industry are going green. Roofing manufacturers, and those that supply products and materials that are used in roofing, now offer many environmentally friendly choices. Sustainability is an important consideration when choosing green roofing materials. Other important factors to consider include durability, energy consumption, ease of assembly, and whether the products are made from recycled materials.
Engineered Lumber The structural portions of roof framing benefit from engineered lumber. This lumber is considered to be green because it is made from wood fibers bound together with adhesives. It has great strength compared to its weight, and it will not deform and deflect from warping.
Recycled Newsprint Recycled newsprint and recycled agricultural fibers are now being used to make the sheathing that serves as the underlayment for roofs. These are considered to be recycled content sheet goods.
Campopiano Roofing Co. was awarded the Warren Local School District Project through a public bid in late June of 2012. We were tasked with completing the gymnasium and auditorium sections prior to the building being re-opened for use by summer sports teams. As most people know this is the beginning to middle of August. We were able to complete the front end documentation and have material ordered in under a week. The project called for a special order 25psi insulation which was a two week lead time. By the time material was on site and weather was able to cooperate we had to run two shifts to meet the owners request. We worked a night crew tearing off and and day crew installing the new PVC membrane. Also the auditorium is not your typical low slope pitched roof. We had to tear off and install the new membrane on a serpentine style roof with pitches ranging from 6:12 to 14:12. I am happy to say we were able to meet the wishes off the owner and delivered the gymnasium and auditorium on time so that the indoor volleyball team to could start their summer practices. Currently we are finishing the sheet metal installation on the high school and our installation crews have moved onto two of the other buildings that were part of the project. We hope to be 100% complete by the end of October.
Location: Medina, Ohio
General Contractor: The Snavely Group
The Avenue at Medina is the third project that The Snavely Group and Campopiano Roofing have partnered on for this owner. Currently at this Senior Living Center project we are installing GAF Timberline Natural Shadow Asphalt Shingles on the Steep Slope Roof, a Firestone 20yr warranted fully adhered TPO roof system on the low slope roofs, Alside Vinyl Siding System for the exterior cladding, and a Alside 6” seamless gutter system for storm water control.
The leaves are falling but it is still time to get a new roof from Campopiano Roofing. Winterize your home and save money by adding insulation to your attic or crawlspace. We also clean and maintain gutters preventing damage to your home. We are now offering FREE Insulation with the purchase of a New Roof!
Campopiano Roofing is extremely excited to announce the arrival or our new waste management system. The system consists of a Freightliner M2 Truck equipped with a Swaploader SL180 hook lift. What this means to you is that we can now be more efficient, which helps reduce our cost to you. Removal of the trash from your home while doing a tear-off is one of the biggest aspects of the job.
Besides the amount of work it takes to get the material off your roof and into a trash container, there is the logistical nightmare of getting that trash container to and from your home safely and efficiently. What used to take multiple employees, trucks, trailers, dump trucks, and the occasional use of a subcontractor like Waste Management a majority of the day can now be done quickly and efficiently with the use of one truck with multiple waste boxes. Another great advantage to this system that we have implemented is that we can control what comes on your driveway. Using a waste management company we where tied to their very old and very large trucks pulling on your driveway. With that came very heavy loads and leaking oil. With our new system we can control the size of the load we put on the driveway, and we know our truck is not leaking oil because that is the first thing checked before leaving the yard everyday.
Take a look at this video of our Wast Management System and how it works:
Also, with our new Waste Management System we will be rolling out our Green Roofing program. We have teamed up with one of our suppliers, Willoughby Supply, to offer an affordable recycling solution for you. Over 8% of all construction related debris are shingle waste. That equates to 11 million tons a year being put into our country’s landfills. Our recycling program will take the shingles from your home and have them ground up to be used in new road construction and parking lot pavement. Look for more information about this in the coming weeks, or ask your sales representative.
Adding a skylight to your building has always been a great way to let the outside light into your building. Whether it be in your offices to brighten up an atrium or a hallway, or in your warehouse to harness the power of daylight to light your warehouse. However a lot of older skylights have become very troublesome for building owners. They have become chalky looking, faded, and are actually yellowing the daylight that enters in the building. Besides the aesthetics, skylights are causing leaks, maybe even bad enough leaks that you might think your roof needs to be replaced. A lot of times that is not the case. It has been our experience that skylights are failing a lot more prematurely than the roof is. By spending a proportionally small amount of money on upgrading your skylight you might be able to prolong replacement of your roof system, as well as brighten up your building.
Check out our latest commercial that is currently on the air. Look for it on channel 5 and a few cable channels in the Cleveland area.
Your biggest concern is your home, and our biggest concern is your piece of mind!
Filming this commercial was a real treat. I have never laughed so hard. Between the cell phones ringing constantly, the bickering back and forth between the two brothers, and the amount of takes it took to get this done it was a day to remember. Well for that matter any day that my uncle and father are together is a day to remember!
Top 5 metal roofing myths for your reading pleasures!
By A. Biyevetskiy
It is truly fascinating how many people are clueless when it comes to the basic understanding of metal roofing. Not too long ago, I myself had the old rusty barn roof image in my mind. But now, after having been involved with metal roofing for 6 years I have developed a true appreciation for this roofing technology, and I would like to share some of the insights with you. After reading these tips you will gain a better understanding, and appreciation of metal roofing technology.
Myth 1: Metal roof has a higher risk of getting struck by a lightning.
Reality; No metal roofing does not increase the chances of your house getting struck by a lightning. In fact, if your house does get struck, metal roof will help to dissipate the charge, and because metal is a non combustible material, your roof will not catch fire.
Myth 2: Metal roof makes a lot of noise when it rains.
Reality; You are probably thinking about that old cheap metal roof over the barn that used to sound like a machine gun burst when it is raining… Modern metal roofing is usually installed over a plywood, solid sheathing, or over your existing roof. It will make no more noise than a regular asphalt shingle roof. Oftentimes metal roof will be quieter than a non metal roof, and will shield the noise from rain and bad weather.
Myth 3: Metal roofing costs a lot of money.
Reality; It may seem like it does, but it really does not! You may be surprised, but metal roof will actually costs less than the asphalt shingle roof if you stay in your house long enough. Not only will it increase the value of your house, but it will also help you save money on cooling costs. Metal roofing can result in up to 50% savings in energy costs during summer months. And finally, metal roof may well be the last roof you will ever have to install on your house. Ever! Provided you get a quality installation from a qualified metal roofing contractor. Learn from this hypothetical example of the cost of metal roofing vs the asphalt shingle roof, from a homeowner’s stand point.