Look, up in the sky: High Point Place in Fort Myers gets a new roof
The roof of High Point Place in downtown Fort Myers is being replaced after it was damaged by Hurricane Irma in 2017. The tallest of five buildings stand at 32 stories high and are the tallest buildings between Miami and Tampa.
Top Ranked Nationally
An independent study ranked Crowther Roofing in the upper 1/10th of 1% of all contractors nationally for financial stability, protecting you against liens and financial headaches.
Crowther sets the industry standard for quality by sending out our full time superintendents assuring that your job is done right!
The purchasing power of Crowther Roofing guarantees you the most competitive prices and the highest quality of materials available.
Crowther Roofing began in the Midwest, but the history of the Crowther family in America begins in Scotland and in the Arctic Ocean, as Lee J. Crowther’s great-grandfather, John, captained a whaling fleet through rough waters. The Scottish arctic explorer passed his thirst for adventure to his son, Alexander, who learned to pilot a ship before he entered his teenage years.
Alexander emigrated from Scotland to America, earning his way from Ellis Island to the Midwest in the 1900s. Shipyard building work took him back to Glasgow, where he had a son, Thomas, and then back to America, where an older son was waiting. Thomas Crowther, Lee J. Crowther’s father, was a teenager in Scotland when his father sent for him to join him in America.
The United States was in the middle of a building boom, and Alexander Crowther and his son found plenty of work in the Midwest. When a job brought them to Joliet, Illinois, Thomas Crowther set down roots there, establishing the Thomas H. Crowther Roofing Company in 1955. Lee J. Crowther, Thomas’ son, began working in the family business shortly afterwards.
The company became L.J. Crowther Roofing Company when Lee and his brother, Scott, became the company’s principals in the early 1970s. Lee J. and Scott Crowther began Crowther Roofing & Sheet Metal in Fort Myers, Florida, in 1974. In addition to Lee J. Crowther’s ongoing service to the company, Crowther family members work in numerous divisions of the company, from the ranks of upper management to the sheet metal shop to the front lines of customer service.
Today Lee J. Crowther continues as our Chairman of the board. His son Lee Scott Crowther serves as Chief Executive Officer along with Kevin Callans as President of the corporation.
Crowther is an organization comprised of four offices in beautiful Southwest Florida: Fort Myers (Corporate Headquarters – since 1974), Naples, Sarasota and Jupiter. We are a company that offers the combined energies of over 500 employees and 275 service vehicles and are members of the NRP (National Roofing Partners).
We are nationally ranked in the top–10 of our industry. We are guided by a customer-centered philosophy and strive to create positive impacts in the communities in which we are located. At the same time, we remain a family company; we continue to strive to deliver the highest standards of service and product, excellent quality, and always cognizant of our client’s trust.
To develop a culture throughout the company that Customer Satisfaction is the primary goal of each and every project. Only through Customer Satisfaction are we going to maintain solid relationships, build an excellent reputation, create a foundation for repeat business, gain valuable referrals, and cultivate a pride of workmanship and accomplishment in our employees.