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6069 Azle Avenue, Fort Worth Texas
Chip O’Neil, Minister
Chip O’Neil, along with Ed Cope, on the Building Committee, interviewed several roofing contractors and considered different roofing systems before choosing Longhorn Urethane Contractors, Inc. Mr. O’Neil advised us that we were chosen due to our excellent past history with other churches in the North Texas area. Most churches that were contacted on the reference list had similar problems to the one at the Northwest Church of Christ, such as high energy costs, as a result of the very high ceiling in the sanctuary and and existing roof that offered absolutely no R value. As a result, Northwest Church of Christ is currently budgeting the remainder of their building for the SPF in the future.
One of the Scottish Rite Foundation’s most treasured structures. This building is available for use to thousands of Masons and their families statewide. However, this building had continuous leak problems. From the time of construction, the Lee Lockwood Library looked at a number of different roof systems before choosing Longhorn Urethane Contractors, Inc. As a result, we installed systems on several buildings in the Waco and Dallas area for the Scottish Rite Foundation, all with excellent results. They experienced energy savings by as much as 15% with the leakproof, warranted system, by Neogard, a division of the Jones Blair Co., one of the oldest and most respected manufacturers of roof coatings. The Lee Lockwood Library has a 2″ thick polyurethane membrane with 35 mils of Neogard urethane #70611 coating. This is the “top of the line” roofing system.
When Crowne Plaza Suites needed a high-rise roof replacement, they called on Longhorn Enterprises. We were able to manage and complete the project with absolutely no disruption to the guests nor normal business operations.