Amstill Roofing, a family owned residential re-roofing and roof repair company has committed their services to HomeAid Houston. Amstill has offered to replace up to five roofs for HomeAid’s homeless care agencies within their service area. These agencies experience damage and wear and tear just like residential homeowners. The agencies can call Amstill at any time to perform a weather integrity evaluation of the roof. If the roof was damaged by natural means, they will assist the non-profit in filing a claim. Amstill will provide all the resources necessary to make sure that the property can be restored correctly. If the roof has met the end of its life cycle, Amstill will replace up to two of these a year at no cost.
“Sam Stilley, the company’s second generation owner has taken a personal interest to make sure that HomeAid and our agency partners are not burdened with costly repairs and replacement costs to restore these properties correctly when the time comes,” said Jim Muska, president of HomeAid Houston. “HomeAid and our agencies are grateful for this commitment, and are honored they want to partner with us to give back to a community that has served them well for nearly 50 years.”
Amstill Roofing was started by Frank Stilley in 1974. He and his son Sam have built Amstill Roofing into one of the largest residential re-roofing and roof repair companies in the area, taking care of thousands of homeowners’ needs.
“We believe our success for our staff and our company is directly due to our local communities,” said Sam Stilley. “It’s hard enough living in a world where there are not enough people that wish to do good for others. We are proud to reach out to non-profits that could use assistance. The last thing we want them to worry about is a leaking roof over their heads when they have so many other things on their plate. We are looking forward to working with HomeAid and their agencies when the need arises.”
Amstill has already provided services to one of HomeAid’s newest non- profit partners, VitaLiving with a roof in 2020 that was damaged in a storm. VitaLiving is a 37 year-old non-profit that provides long -term comprehensive care and support for adults and children with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD).
“Our company has been blessed by so many people whom have chosen us to do their roofing work and we believe in passing that blessing on,” added Stilley. “We are honored to be a partner in the process of making Houston an even better community.”