By: Duane Blankenship | Category: Other | Issue: July 2012
Community Builders President Greg Wolter is proud of his company’s deep tracks of success made over the past 30 years.
Community Builders, Inc. President Greg Wolter founded the organization while working out of his home more than 30 years ago. The company does home remodeling throughout most of Oklahoma, Kansas and Missouri. They are not general contractors, but rather specialize in work they know best and do really well. That includes energy-efficient vinyl siding and replacement windows, SmartCoat spray-on siding, GutterProUSA gutter guard systems, sunrooms that are second to none, and metal roof systems. According to Greg, throughout their long history, Community Builders has impressed customers with their professionalism and dedication to customer service. “We’re grateful to be able to provide outstanding products and services to our clients and are thankful for the opportunity they’ve given us to earn their business,” he said.
Now is a great time to be thinking about roofs. Greg says a common shingle has an average life expectancy of only seven years, and a quality, top-of-the-line shingle should last about 11 years. Community Builders is currently featuring metal shingles and stone-coated metal shingles that carry 50-year labor and materials warranties. Yes, they cost more than run-of-the-mill composite shingles, but compare the life expectancies. Greg says that most insurance companies also discount premiums on homeowner policies up to 35 percent for stone-coated or metal roofs. “When we install our metal roofing products, we put a layer of insulation under the roof that should save customers money on both their heating and cooling utility bills,” he explained. When asked by customers how long he thinks a metal roof will really last, Greg answers, “I don’t know. We’ve only been in business for 30 years!”
You’ll definitely want to check out Community Builders’ metal roof deals that will save you money on installation. You’ll also receive a Green Energy Barrier installed that employs advanced space age technology. With the Energy Barrier, Greg says customers can expect to save from 20 to 40 percent on cooling bills and a little less on heating.
Community also offers 12 months “same as cash” or easy low payment plans to suit you and your budget. “When you install a traditional shingle to your home, it does nothing to improve the home’s value,” says Greg. “With Community Builders’ metal or stone-coated metal shingles, your home’s value will improve.”
Some of the other quality products you’ll find at Community Builders include Jacuzzi walk-in tubs, custom-built sunrooms that let you enjoy the outdoors in comfort regardless of the weather or season, Cedar Ridge Vinyl Siding that provides your home with the look of freshly painted cedar without the upkeep of traditional wood siding, and Enviro View Premium Windows. These replacement windows are advertised to improve energy savings by up to 40 percent with their energy-efficient design that is airtight, reflects hot summer air, and locks out cool air during the worst of winter; plus they are durable and incredibly simple to maintain.
If you’re thinking of remodeling to make your house a dream home, rest assured that Community Builders is a professional and respected organization. You can review their record with the Better Business Bureau and the Greater Tulsa Home Builders Association. They have also been recognized by the National Association of Siding and Window Dealers with the highly coveted Business Ethics Award.
Now is the time to check out the really great offerings from Community Builders. Visit their website or give them a call to schedule your free estimate to improving your home.
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Blankenship graduated from the University of Oklahoma and has enjoyed a lifetime career in advertising. He started his own advertising business in 1993 and enjoys creating graphic art and writing. Hobbies include hunting, fishing and pencil drawings. Duane and his wife, Janice, have been married over 50 years and are active in their church and community. He has been a contributing writer for Value News/Values Magazine since 2005.