Once we have a few details about your project we’ll email you a useful cost guide to help you understand all the costs related to raising the existing roof of a building. Included is a simple scope of work to show you the inclusions and exclusions these figures are based on.
Our team is ready to work with you throughout the entire process. From conception to completion, ROOFLIFTERS provides guidance and consultation with everyone involved in the project.
As simply the Roof Lifting Contractor or your General contractor, our team can provide a complete solution.
FREE and IMMEDIATE budget figures based on a typical scope of work for a full roof lifting project.
FREE and TIMELY Preliminary Budget Proposals based on your building and your needs. Including a full scope of work.
Our proposals include a clear and precise Scope of Work for ALL items required. No surprises or hidden costs.
Efficiency built on decades of experience. Understanding our clients needs and working to meet their schedule.
Each project is a partnership among all trades, consultants, and clients. Ensuring full understanding the unique project scope.
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Our team of experts has a over 30 years of experience working with clients to add clear height to their buildings.
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We at Polaris were very amazed at the efficiency and dedication exhibited by your employees. This dedication contributed greatly to a successful project completed ahead of schedule. Rooflifters personnel were always concerned not only for the safety of their own employees but also were very attentive to Polaris employees who were in the area while all the preparation for the lift was taking place.
Deland Broten, Polaris Industries
When we’re working with an incumbent building, height restrictions can sometimes prevent us from utilizing the full capabilities of our equipment. Finally there’s a way to avoid the capital costs of reconstruction or a new building.
Bill Torrens, RMT Robotics
I was speaking with a real estate agent who was bemoaning the fact that he couldn’t sell an industrial building because of its low ceiling, …and one thing led to another.
Daniel Siegel, Planit Construction
One of the reasons companies are moving is they’re looking for modern buildings elsewhere, with greater height underneath the joists. If we can persuade a company to raise the roof to allow for more warehousing space, so they don’t need to relocate outside Toronto, then we’ve saved jobs and taxes.
Ronald Rea, Toronto Economic Development
If we were to turn that whole building into rubble and start fresh, it would cost a whole lot more money than it’s costing to just raise the roof and fix it up. We’re just lifting the roof and adding steel.