The Choice for Friendly, Professional Roofing Services Along Florida’s Emerald Coast
Since 2005, John David Andress Construction, Inc. has been providing friendly, professional service to our neighbors living on the Florida Panhandle. We’re a locally owned and operated company that is best known for our expert roofing services for both residential and commercial applications. And because we understand that working with one contractor makes caring for your property far easier, we offer a wide range of additional services that cover nearly every inch of a home or business. You won’t have to call multiple companies and coordinate multiple repair or replacement jobs – that’s our job!
Communities we serve on the Panhandle include:
- Panama City
- Rosemary Beach
- Ft. Walton Beach
- And more!
Licensed & Certified Installation
John David Andress Construction is not a fly-by-night company. We are properly licensed by the state of Florida and carry full liability insurance and workers’ compensation insurance for your protection. As a roofing company, our professionals offer many decades of combined experience in the industry. That means when you hire us for roof inspection, repair, and replacement, we can send a Haag Certified expert to evaluate your roof and provide a precise assessment of its needs along with an accurate quote. We’re also proud to be a GAF Master Elite® Certified installer, a status achieved by only 3% of all roofing companies in the U.S.
Contact Us to Get Started
John David Andress Construction is ready to handle your roofing services and improvement needs along the Emerald Coast. To schedule a consultation and estimate, call us today at (850) 659-3076 or reach us via our online contact form.
Very good to work with the team at this contractor. Done right the first time with good followup.
Chris - Chipley, FL
Response from John David Andress Construction, Inc.:
Thank you for your kind review! We aim to provide 5 star service always! We appreciate you trusting us to meet your roofing needs!
Tarp installed to dry in metal roof damaged by Hurricane Michael.