At Integrity, we are passionate about impacting our community.
Integrity Roofing is a family business with strong ties to the Southern Illinois and Western Kentucky community. We are local roofers who are committed to improving the lives of both our families throughout these communities. And, in addition, we give back not only to the community but also to the groups that make it what it is. We love giving back to our veterans, first responders, frontline workers, or any of the other fantastic men and women that serve us each and every day.
We work hard at Integrity to make a difference in the community that supports us using a variety of methods. So, to honor our community, we choose to strategically partner with organizations that share our values we work to make the world a better place. These organizations also hold values of integrity, respect, and trust as they work hard to improve the world around them. From digging clean water wells to supporting the Honor Guard and more, Integrity is here to help make a difference. Additionally, we give back through our Roofs for Troops program which supports our military, veterans, and first responders through rebates.
This dedication to our community and making it a better place is just one more reason that makes us more than just a roofing contractor. Each of our team members is given the opportunity to and encouraged to participate in giving back to the community. So, if this sounds like a career for you, contact Integrity, and apply today. We are looking for men and women who want a career with a purpose. Our company strives to provide service in every form to better our communities and we want team members who want the same.
As local roofers, we are involved in several charitable and community-based organizations, such as Charity Water, Tunnel2Towers, Operation Honor guard, and the WinShape Foundation. We’d like to share some information about some of these groups. And, in addition, we invite you to support these and other programs where you live.
Operation Honor Guard