Residential & Commercial Roofing Contractor

Troy, OH

Commercial roofing requires a different skillset than residential roofing. And not all residential roofing contractors are adept at commercial roofing projects. That’s why you need a contractor with a proven track record in commercial roofing work, like RA Cooks Renovations.

Professional Commerical Roofing Repair and Replacement

Whether your property is a retail business, a multi-family building, or a commercial warehouse, RA Cooks Renovations can help. Our friendly team of professionals will assess your current roof, provide you with a clear estimate for repair or replacement, and plan a project timeline that works for your customers, tenants, or employees.

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Family Time in Troy

Lovely Troy, OH, is a family-friendly town set in a lovely scenic landscape. There are so many things to do in Troy, it’s a great weekend destination. When you’re in the area, be sure to check into these attractions.

  • Enjoy the gorgeous landscape at the Brukner Nature Center. This non-profit organization is dedicated to promoting the beauty and preservation of nature. Visitors will enjoy exploring the grounds on gentle hiking trails, experiencing hands-on exhibits, and observing a variety of wildlife species. Before you end your visit, be sure to stop by the nature shop.
  • The Idle-Hour Ranch Animal Sanctuary is a family owned and operated farm that houses 200 animals in over 45 different species. The sanctuary is open for visitors on weekends and for pre-scheduled tour groups during the week. Visitors can tour the grounds for an up close and personal view with the animals. With staff supervision, you’ll even have the opportunity to feed some of the animals!
  • Experience history firsthand at the Oldfield Tavern Museum. The tavern, built in 1808, was a hub of activity for the newly settled region. Patrons could enjoy a cold drink, find lodging, and conduct business deals at the tavern. These days, the tavern has been lovingly restored and is now a museum exhibiting artifacts and photographs depicting local life over the past 200 years.

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