SRS Distribution Inc. Proclaims that it has joined forces with Roofing Products & Building Supply, an independently owned distributor of residential and business roofing products and accessories, siding, and brick. Roofing Products is situated in Jefferson, Louisiana and keeps additional locations in Baton Rouge, Covington, and Houma, Louisiana. Terms of the settlement had been no longer disclosed.
Roofing Products & Building Supply was founded in 1958 and presently employs a group of over forty five human beings. To make sure continuity and consistency for the customers, personnel, and dealer companions of Roofing Products, Vincent Saia, Danny Bordelon, and Josh Romig, as well as the complete income and operations group will be staying with the organization to run the branches going forward. SRS will maintain to operate these roofing-targeted branches underneath the Roofing Products logo alongside the broader constructing products-centered Advanced Building Products locations.
“We are pleased to announce our partnership with Vincent, Danny, Josh, and the whole Roofing Products team,” says Dan Tinker, president and CEO of SRS Distribution. “Roofing Products is a organisation we’ve got lengthy fashionable and learning Vincent in my view for over a decade makes this a unique possibility. Roofing Products flawlessly enhances our existing Advanced Building Products footprint and collectively they shape the preeminent roofing platform in Southern Louisiana with 8 general places across the marketplace.”
“I am truely excited to enroll in the SRS Family and will retain to leverage our capability to broaden correct human beings and provide ample opportunities for their boom,” enthuses Vincent Saia, proprietor of Roofing Products & Building Supply.
“I firmly consider that SRS is the proper home for Roofing Products and they will assist my lifelong dedication to our personnel, customers, and dealer partners. By joining forces with SRS and the Advanced crew, we can create the very great carrier platform throughout Southern Louisiana to be able to thrive for many years to come.”