Our Sustainability Efforts
Doing Our Part to Recycle and Reuse
Here at JP Carroll Roofing our focus has been providing our community with quality roofing jobs for the last 35 years. As a roofing contractor we produce quite a bit of waste every year. 10,000 tons to be exact. Jim Carroll has always been committed to reducing that amount of waste in any way he can. For the last 25 years JP Carroll Roofing has been separating all shingle waste from other building material tear off that comes along with a roofing project. Once separated, the shingle waste is sent to a grinding facility where the shingles are put into a large grinder where they are ground into a very fine asphalt dust. This material is then used for multiple different things including road asphalt mix, and ground cover. These are ways to keep our shingles out of our already overcrowded landfills and back into the world in a sustainable application. Our dedication to recycling and sustainability goes beyond just shingle disposal. All of our metal products are recycled and reused via scrap metal yards across Connecticut.
JP Carroll is a certified "Green Roofer" By GAF Corp. Who recognizes our company as Connecticut's largest Shingle waste recycler. We have exciting things to come with our sustainability efforts so stay tuned...
At JP Carroll Roofing, your satisfaction is our priority! See for yourself what our customers have to say about working with us.
The workmanship of the roof replacement was well coordinated and implemented as promised. John Schultz was very knowledgeable, thorough and detail in his explanation of the roofing project.Jim
Overall fantastic experience, the staff was timely and professional and the customer service I received was above and beyondSam
The price for his time and work was beyond reasonable. I slept very well knowing my roof was leak-free.Sam
Jack was the best. Took care of all of our needs and more. I would highly recommend JP Carroll to all my friends and family.Mike G.
I could not believe how fast they were able to complete such a big job. Well doneSteve