PetersenDean Set to Re-Construct Thousands of Storm Damaged Roofs in Oklahoma


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Rebuiding thousands of roofs in Oklahoma that were damaged as a result of storms.

Oklahoma City: PetersenDean, the nation’s largest privately held roofing and solar energy company, announced today that it plans to rebuild thousands of roofs in Oklahoma that were damaged as a result of recent storms there.

The state was recently ravaged by storms and winds so strong that entire roofs were blown off. The buildings affected were widespread and include homes, schools, shopping malls and other structures.

Early estimates have suggested that there may be as many as one-hundred thousand damaged roofs in the area where the storms passed through and the need to mobilize manpower, equipment and materials quickly is of the utmost importance.

“PetersenDean has serviced Oklahoma for years and with our manpower and financial strength we are able to respond very quickly to address the needs of insurance companies as well as building owners”, said Jim Petersen of PetersenDean.

PetersenDean also designs and builds high quality solar energy systems and has put the infrastructure in place to offer solar energy in that part of the country as well.

Founded in 1984, PetersenDean is a national firm and has constructed over one-million new roofs and solar energy systems throughout the United States and was awarded “Contractor of the Year” in 2009 by Roofing Contractor Magazine.