History of Marlette Roofing
   
   Through the years, Marlette Roofing Company has been an industry leader in its innovation, technology, equipment and staff.
 
 Then    Now
 tn manual sheet metal brake used MRCO 1950 1996    tn modern computerized sheet metal brake
     
circa 1968    random 094635
     
historicalShotSnow   tn Marlette Roofing 3
     
tn circa 1960   tn random 071559
     

Marlette Roofing Company was founded in 1946 by Mr. Max Patrick. Max thought Marlette was a good location to start a business based on the fact that it was in the center of the thumb of Michigan and would allow him the ability to travel in any direction to service many customers.

In 1980, Max sold the business to his son, Sam. The business continued to grow as the industry transitioned from hot asphalt roofs into rubberized roofs. During this time, Marlette Roofing Company expanded from the local thumb area into markets such as Port Huron, Flint and the fringes of northern Detroit. 

In 2008 Sam sold the business to his son, Al Patrick. Al has continued to grow the business based on the very values and principles instilled in him by his father and grandfather.

     
   History of Marlette Roofing
   
   Through the years, Marlette Roofing Company has been an industry leader in its innovation, technology, equipment and staff.
 
 Then    Now

tn manual sheet metal brake used MRCO 1950 1996
   tn modern computerized sheet metal brake
     
circa 1968    random 094635
     
historicalShotSnow   tn Marlette Roofing 3
     
tn circa 1960   tn random 071559
     

Marlette Roofing Company was founded in 1946 by Mr. Max Patrick. Max thought Marlette was a good location to start a business based on the fact that it was in the center of the thumb of Michigan and would allow him the ability to travel in any direction to service many customers.

In 1980, Max sold the business to his son, Sam. The business continued to grow as the industry transitioned from hot asphalt roofs into rubberized roofs. During this time, Marlette Roofing Company expanded from the local thumb area into markets such as Port Huron, Flint and the fringes of northern Detroit. 

In 2008 Sam sold the business to his son, Al Patrick. Al has continued to grow the business based on the very values and principles instilled in him by his father and grandfather.

     
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