Manor Roofing and Restoration doesn’t want customers coming back for more. They want to use products that will last a long time. Sustainability is the focus of the business, and it’s earned Manor a finalist spot for Small Business of the Year.
“The highest percentage of our customers have been through at least one other roof replacement and chose a product that didn’t really perform well,” says Nick Allen, who founded Manor in 2006. “We won’t put just any product on. We want to encourage people to take a hard look at durable, sustainable products.”
Allen started his business after 15 years in the corporate world, where he worked in marketing and sales for several steel companies, which introduced him to metal roofing. In 2009, Allen took on Larry Herzing as a partner, and the two began planning for long-term success. Manor expanded its services to include sustainable siding and windows, and it became the contractor for James Hardie siding and Pella windows and doors.
Manor also strives to expand its involvement in Columbia. The company has been involved in the Ronald McDonald House, Tigers on the Prowl, the Rootin’ Tootin’ Chili Cookoff, Boys & Girls Clubs and JobPoint.