Homestead Roofing Company is a locally owned and operated roofing company specializing in slate and tile roof restoration and copper work. Since we are a family owned business, we have strong ties to the community where we work and live. We believe in preserving our unique history by maintaining the historical integrity of the diverse architectural features found on many homes in the Greater Heights area. Slate and tile is an important part of what makes Shaker Heights, Cleveland Heights, University Heights, Forest Hills, Bratenahl, Beachwood, Pepper Pike and Hunting Valley very attractive and desirable communities to live in. A roof is an extremely important structural piece to a home and we hope our efforts make a difference in our community. Our focus in the Greater Heights area allows us to provide personalized service to all of our clients.



Adam has been around roofing his entire life. During Homestead Roofing's meager beginnings in a barn behind his dad's house, Adam played next to the roofing crews and grew up learning about hard work and construction. After high school, and a few failed attempts to try something other than roofing, Adam's official career at Homestead began. Today, almost 15 years later he has changed the way many people think about roofers. He will not back down to a pushy general contractor, and looks at every roof as if it was his own.

Adam's self-realized business ethic, "Integrity and honesty leads to a transparent relationship between roofer and customer. Education is the most important aspect of what I do, if my customer doesn't understand what is going on with the roof, and my recommendation, we will always take the time to explain it."



Katie began helping Homestead Roofing with paper flow in 2003 and has been hooked on slate and tile roofing ever since. The brainy blonde behind the brawns of Homestead Roofing is in charge of all daily operations. As a 2010 graduate of Cleveland State University Maxine Goodman College of Urban Affairs, Katie facilitates all of Homestead's human resources, customer relationship management, all marketing, advertising, promotions and research and development. Hence, the title "Internal Operations Facilitator" was born; Katie is no office manager and knows more about roofing and construction than many roofers.