Target Roofing & Sheet Metal is the 25th fastest-growing private company in Florida, according to Inc. magazine.
Through its 2020 Inc. 5000 rankings, Inc. magazine, collected and verified financial data from U.S.-based, privately held, for profit, independent companies.
“This is the first-ever Inc. 5000 Series list for Florida, and we’re ecstatic about ranking so high,” said Casey Crowther, president of Target Roofing. “Our sales team has done a remarkable job, but we’ve been able to achieve such a high rate of growth because every employee – from sales coordinators and project managers to job superintendents and roofers – exemplify our company’s high standards of workmanship, customer service and accountability.”
According to Inc., Florida companies that made the distinguished list grew by an average of 302% between 2016 and 2018, far outpacing the broader economy’s growth rate of 10%. Target Roofing’s annual revenue soared by 584% during that period.
The Inc. ranking isn’t the first time Target Roofing has been singled out for its growth. In 2019, Business Observer named Target Roofing as the region’s 17th fastest-growing company through its “Top 500 Companies on the Gulf Coast” publication. Target Roofing recently celebrated the grand opening of its new headquarters, a 19,668-square-foot facility in Fort Myers that includes office space and a state-of-the-art sheet metal shop,
“Commercial roofing is a highly competitive industry, particularly in Southwest Florida, so it’s incredibly important that our 200-plus full-time employees all share the same goal of achieving 100% customer satisfaction,” Casey said.
As a commercial roofer, much of Target Roofing’s revenue growth is attributed to its expanding portfolio of high-rise projects and retail centers, as well as strong relationships with homeowner associations and property managers. Target Roofing provides proactive roof maintenance and repair services, as well as exceptional reroofing and new construction roofing services.
“The companies on this list demonstrate just how much the small-business sector impacts Florida’s economy,” said Scott Omelianuk, editor in chief of Inc. “Across every single industry, these businesses have posted revenue and growth rates that are beyond impressive, further providing the tenacity of their founders and CEOs.”