Top-Rated Mineral Wells, WV Roofer
Known more than just for the quality of materials we use and top-notch construction techniques we apply, the Mineral Wells roofing services that we offer are praised for their ability to deliver better energy efficiency to all our past and current clients. With Fahey Roofing + Contracting, you can rest assured that the materials and techniques we use can make your roofing system more energy efficient and will last your property for a lifetime.
As a top-rated Mineral Wells roofer, Fahey Roofing + Contracting can provide you with the following benefits:
- Outstanding customer service and sterling quality of work
- Wide selection of high-quality and durable roofing materials
- Flexible financing options on roofing and gutters
- We provide unmatched expertise in new roofing installation, roof repair, and gutter installation
Integrity is the core principle that Team Fahey follows and delivers. And we ensure we express it in every aspect of our service. It emerges in the demands we make on our abilities and the high standards to which we hold our work.
It’s reflected in the honesty and fairness we bring to the relationship with our customers. We honor our commitments and have cultivated a reputation based on successful projects and profound respect for people.
Median Resident Age: 37. 8 years old
Zip Codes: 26120, 26121, 26150
County: Wood County
Estimated Median Household Income: $64,034
Land Area: 1.5 square miles
Population Density: 966 people per square mile
Data Source: https://www.towncharts.com/West-Virginia/Demographics/Mineralwells-CDP-WV-Demographics-data.html
One John Cooper owned the land now known as Mineral Wells. Red Selectman bought this farm about 1850 and dug a well, the water of which seemed to have a curable effect for dropsy and other troubles. One man after drinking this water a few weeks, lost thirteen inches in waist measurement, and continued drinking the water until he became normal size. The news of this cure spread until Mineral Wells became a great summer resort by the early sixties. Many people came from Parkersburg and other places to stay all summer or just a day.