1010 W. Chestnut Street
Brockton, MA 02301
Tecta America New England was formerly Delta Roofing. The company was formed in 1988 by Brett Chapman, Peter Owens, and Carolie Owens. Through the hard work of the owners, the quality products they used, prompt response when the phone rang, and exceptional customer service, Delta Roofing became busy very quickly. Tecta America, based in Rosemont, Illinois, brought Delta into the company in 2007, which is when our name changed to Tecta America New England.
As a commercial roofing contractor in the Providence area, we perform commercial roofing services for new construction and reroofs. We take care of roofing issues by making roof repairs, and we offer planned roof maintenance plans. Using our roof asset management software we can make roof condition reports and help prepare budgets for future flat roof work. If your commercial roof needs rooftop safety products we can do a roof audit and install fall protection equipment. From 24/7 emergency response to an annual roof inspection, the best roofing team in Brockton, MA can help with your commercial roofing projects.
Tecta America New England offers our customers the assurances and stability of a large national firm with the expertise and individual attention you expect from a successful local business. No matter how complex your roofing needs are, our experts are trained to install and service roof systems with the latest materials.
Tecta America New England locations collected jars of peanut butter to help local families experiencing food insecurity. In conjunction with The Washington Trust Company‘s annual drive, our Brockton and Billerica locations donated to The Charity Guild, Inc. in Brockton, MA. Service Manager Rich Potts (center) and Bus Dev Rep Anthony Moura (right) were joined by VP & Regional Manager Brian Mahone from the Washington Trust office in Sharon (left) for the drop-off.
During the last 37 years, National Center for Missing & Exploited Children has received more than 5M calls, circulated billions of photos of missing children, and helped recover more than 355,000 children. Tecta America New England and WeatherGuard trucks have a magnet with information about a missing person from their area to aid NCMEC in their search. Service Superintendent Moses Guadalupe added a magnet to his and other trucks in Brockton’s fleet.
Brockton team members helped reduce the number of people without a warm coat to wear by collecting outerwear to benefit Coats for Kids and Families. Anton’s Cleaners dry cleaned the gently used coats before they were distributed to those in need. Director of Operations Eric Peterson is holding just some of the many coats that were generously donated by people in our Brockton location.