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Sand Springs Commercial Roofing Contractor Service – Easy, Fast & Reliable

GM specializes in retrofitting silicone coatings for commercial, residential and industrial buildings. Looking for a commercial roofing company in or around Sand Springs? Send us pictures of your project or we’ll come out for a free estimate. Call today.

Call us today to schedule your free inspection and estimate. Call (316) 530-2244. Talk directly to Greg, the owner. No automated systems or answering machine services.

We do professional commercial & industrial roofing in Sand Springs. Whether it’s fixing repairs, leaks, new installs or sealant, GM Systems Inc has got you covered.

Sand Springs Roof Repair & Installation Services We Offer

  • Metal Roofing Systems
  • Flat Roof Repair
  • Low Slope Roof Repair
  • High Solids Silicone Coating (from PM Silicone Roofing Systems)
  • 10+ Year Warranty on Parts and Labor

Some Of The Types Of Places We Do Roofing For in Sand Springs:

  • Homes
  • Colleges
  • Churches
  • Schools
  • Meat Packing Plants
  • Grain Bins
  • Manufacturing Plants
  • Agriculture

Roof Repair Reviews From Other Customers Around The Sand Springs Area

Sand Springs is a city in Osage and Tulsa counties in the U.S. state of Oklahoma. A western suburb of Tulsa, it is located predominantly in Tulsa County. The population was 18,906 in the 2010 U. S. Census, an increase of 8.3 percent from 17,451 at the 2000 census.

Some of the earliest manufacturing industries were: Kerr Glass Manufacturing; Commander Mills, Kerr, Hubbard and Kelley Lamp and Chimney; Southwest Box Company; and Sinclair Prairie Refining Company. Medical and social welfare institutions other than the Sand Springs Home included the Oakwood Sanitorium for nervous and mental diseases, Poole Hospital, the Salvation Army Maternity Home, and the Sand Springs School for the Deaf. Sand Springs became a center of glass production in Oklahoma. Kerr Glass Manufacturing moved to Sand Springs from Chicago in 1913. It and the Alexander H. Kerr company, which made fruit jars, were the only glass companies remaining in business as recently as 1955.

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