Shield Helping the Community
We want to give back to our communities.
If it wasn't for our customers and the communities we have our offices in we couldn't continue to do what we love - which is the best exterior renovations on the market. It's that knowledge that continually leads us to give back to our communities in any ways we possibly can. Charitable donations, volunteer work, donated materials or labor and much much more - Shield Roofing & Construction wants to show you that we deeply care about the community.
Barboursville, WV Farmer's Market
Shield had the opportunity to donate all of the labor to the construction of a farmer's market right in the heart of Barboursville, WV and we couldn't be happier with the outcome. We hope that this farmer's market will be a center of commerce for local farmers and artisans for decades to come.
Hurricane, WV - Hurricane High School Beta Club
When Shield heard that the Hurricane High School Beta Club - a club for honor's students looking toward the future - needed donations in order to make it to their Beta Club National Competition in Orlando, Florida we rushed to lend them a helping hand. With a little help from us here at Shield these incredibly talented and bright students are going to build the future Shield Strong!
Dog Houses for AARF No Kill Shelter
In April of 2017, Shield Roofing & Construction got together with AARF, a no-kill animal shelter in Ashland Kentucky to give a few dogs a home to take with their to their new families. Utilizing top of the line materials, Shield hand-crafted the dog houses and our operations manager Teresa Reyes gave them over to AARF for their use. Hope they helped to get some dogs to their forever homes!
Educating the Kids on Project Managing at Shield
Shield spends just as much time on roofs as we do training our crew members and project managers on how to do their jobs to the fullest degree so when we had the opportunity to speak about how Shield works behind the scenes to a group of grade schoolers at Central City Elementary in Huntington, WV who were eager to learn what careers are available out there for adults we took the opportunity and ran with it. Project Manager Brian Harris spoke to the young folks about what he did here with Shield, how many roofs he's been involved with replacing, and the opportunities that are available for them in the future if they worked hard and kept to their studies. In the end the kids were most excited to hear about what it's like to walk on top of a house - but we bet the deeper lessons Brian left them with will stay in their minds just as well!