Commercial Roofing Products & Services

Rain Proof Roofing is Alaska’s premier roofing contractor and is a certified applicator of both Firestone and Carlisle Roofing Systems. Firestone Building Products awarded Rain Proof Roofing with the 2015 Partner in Quality award and the Master Contractor Award in 2004 and again in 2014, which was based on high inspection ratings of Red Shield warranted Firestone Roofing System installations throughout 2003 & then through 2013. Rain Proof Roofing was awarded Carlisle’s “500” Hall of Fame after completing 500 consistently perfect installations, the Centurion Award in 1993 and became a member of Carlisle’s “250” Hall of Fame in 1998 after completing 250 consistently perfect installations. In 2014 Rain Proof Roofing was awarded the Carlisle’s Perfect10n Award, the Perfect10n Award recognizes roofers whose exceptional installation quality results in a warranty claim performance that ranks in the top 5% of all US and Canadian roofing applicators. Rain Proof Roofing was awarded the 2014 Parker Smith & Feek Excellence in Construction Award for the Natural Pantry Project completed in Anchorage, Alaska.

Our Philosophy

Our philosophy is to provide customer service, on-time delivery, quality craftsmanship and professional management, while offering competitive pricing in an ever-changing market environment. Our main goal is to remain a premier roofing installer, while keeping our commitment to excellence, our partnership with our customers and our dedication to meeting the needs of our employees. Rain Proof serves a wide variety of contractors and individual building owners throughout the state of Alaska. For greater convenience and accessibility, we have offices located in Anchorage, Wasilla, Soldotna & Fairbanks.

Commercial Manufacturers & Products

Firestone Building Products Carlisle Syntec Systems Johns Manville Malarkey Roofing Products Sika Sarnafil

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