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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. 

Fort Worth, TX

Fort Worth is one of America’s fastest-growing cities; its population increased from slightly more than 447,600 in 1990 to an estimated 854,113 in 2016. In addition, the city has attracted major employers in the transportation, medical and manufacturing industries. When people […]

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Waco, TX

A thriving, growing city, Waco owes much of its success to its location. Approximately halfway between Austin and Dallas, Waco’s location attracted 19th century cattle drovers and countless immigrants, while the arrival of Interstate 35 spurred growth during the last half […]

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Pflugerville, TX

Pflugerville’s location approximately 15 miles from Austin has been a crucial factor in the town’s remarkable growth. As Austin grew, so did Pflugerville; the population of Pflugerville increased from less than 4,450 people in 1990 to an estimated 59,245 in 2016. […]

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Austin, TX

Almost as soon as Austin became the capital of Texas, the city began to grow. However, in recent years, the growth has been so explosive that Austin is now the nation’s fastest-growing city. With an influx of new businesses and a […]

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Lampasas, TX

Long before European settlers arrived in Texas, the area surrounding Lampasas was popular with several Native American tribes. The mineral springs, abundant game and flowing rivers made the area an attractive spot to camp, hunt and fish. The arrival of the […]

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Dallas, TX

Little more than a century after Dallas was founded in 1841, the population had exceeded 425,000 people; by the time another 60 years had passed, more than 1.2 million people resided within the city limits of Dallas, TX.  The population continues […]

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