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The Central Texas Communities We Serve

We are committed to exceeding the expectations of home and business owners across Central Texas – and have been successfully doing so since 2014.  From basic roof repair to full roof replacements, residential and commercial, we deliver a high quality finished product. 

We start with a realistic project plan that meets the scope of your need and arm you with a project manager who eases the anxieties of major construction throughout the experience.  On the day of construction, our install team completes the job under guidance of the project manager.  We do not subcontract to roaming crews – our teams are Alpha Roofing employees, professionals who are the best at what they do, respectful to the owner and property. 

Stephenville, TX

Although Stephenville, TX was not the first town in Erath County, it became the county seat less than a year after the town was platted in 1855. For the remainder of the 19th century, Stephenville’s fortunes ebbed and flowed. Today, however, […]

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College Station, TX

Located less than 70 miles from Houston, College Station enjoys a climate that is very similar to what Houston experiences. Typically, this means mild winters, hot and humid summers, rainfall that is distributed fairly evenly throughout the year and rare instances […]

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Manor, TX

When the population of a town increases by more than 318 percent during a single decade — as Manor did between 2000 and 2010 — it is a sign that people are highly attracted to the town. In 2000, Manor, TX […]

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Belton, TX

Throughout its history, Belton has proven its ability to adapt to change, and although the changes have been numerous, Belton has retained its small-town atmosphere without ignoring the demands of the future. As of 2016, the population was estimated at almost […]

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San Marcos, TX

Located along Interstate 35 and with easy access to Interstate 10, San Marcos is ideally situated on the freight routes that connect Dallas, Austin, San Antonio and Houston. Texas State University and two community colleges help provide talent for the city’s […]

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Georgetown, TX

Anyone doubting the pride that the residents of Georgetown take in their homes and businesses need only look at the city’s historic downtown and well-preserved Victorian homes. However, Georgetown has also embraced modern architecture to support a population that has increased […]

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Temple, TX

Temple has always shown a willingness to change with the times and embrace growth. This has led to a diverse economic base that has helped ensure that the population of Temple, TX has shown a steady increase since the town was […]

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Killeen, TX

Since World War II, Killeen has experienced rapid growth, reaching an estimated population of 143,400 in 2016. Supporting a steadily increasing population has required additional housing as well as new businesses to provide residents with their needs. Commercial enterprises and homeowners […]

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Round Rock, TX

Residents of Round Rock enjoy a variety of outdoor activities, scenic terrain, quality schools and a forward-thinking government committed to economic development. For much of the 20th century, most residents commuted to jobs in nearby Austin, so Round Rock was a […]

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Arlington, TX

Although many cities in Texas have experienced explosive growths in population, perhaps no town can claim a faster expansion than Arlington. In 1950, Arlington had fewer than 7,700 residents, but within 10 years, the population had increased to 44,775 before more […]

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