Slate Roofing Contractors Association of North America, Inc.

Contractor Profile:

Rudd Builders LLC

Membership Category: Slate Roofing Contractor

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General Information

1. BUSINESS NAME: Rudd Builders LLC

2. CONTACT PERSON: David Rudd Armstrong


4. ADDRESS: 230 D Harding Rd., Freehold, NJ 07728

5. PHONE NUMBER: (732) 984-4110

Fax Number:

Email Address:


6. STATE WHERE INCORPORATED: NJ Year of Incorporation: 2016

7. YEARS IN BUSINESS under current ownership: Years in business under present name:


8. FULL TIME EMPLOYEES (Average No.): 0 Owner Operated


9. PART TIME EMPLOYEES (Average No.): 0 Owner Operated




11.List any TRADE ORGANIZATIONS to Which You Now Belong:


12. CRIMINAL HISTORY: Has the above named business, including principals, partners, officers, owner, or any employee, been convicted of any business related crimes in the past 15 years? No

13. LICENSE REVOCATION: Have you ever had a business license revoked? No


14. LIABILITY INSURANCE Company: Ohio Security Ins. Co.

15. WORKERS COMP. INSURANCE: Owner Operated, no workers planned

Experience Level


16. I have been actively involved in the slate roof contracting business for the past five continuous years. Yes all my adult life since I was 14.

17. I, or my employees, have worked on, repaired, installed and/or restored slate roofs for at least the past five continuous years:

18. At least 75% of the roofing contracts I have fulfilled over the past five years have been natural quarried slate roofing contracts, OR my company does at least $500,000 per year of natural quarried slate roofing contracts:

19. If your annual percentage of slate roofing contracts is less than 75% of your total roofing, what percentage of your roofing contracts do you estimate to be slate roofing contracts?

20. What estimated percentages of contracts in the following roofing categories do you engage in annually? 90% slate; 10% copper

21. asphalt shingles %

single ply %

built-up roofing %

cedar shakes %

22. ceramic tile %

cement shingles %

imitation %

metal %

23. Other (explain):

24. What percentage of your business contracting does not including roofing at all? New company, but expected 90% slate; 10% copper

25. What other types of contracting services do you provide other than roofing (e.g. carpentry, siding, heating)? Gutters too and sometimes wood repairs also and prime and paint soffits and rakes.

26. Do you subcontract slate roofing work to other contractors?

27. How are your roofing professionals trained? OSHA class, scaffold class, different SRCA events, on the job

28. Do you do FLAT-LOCK (SOLDERED) COPPER roofing? Yes

29. Do you do STANDING SEAM metal roofing? Yes

30. Do you repair ASBESTOS SHINGLE roofs? No

31. Do you install RAIN SPOUTING on slate roofs? Yes

32. Do you do MASONRY WORK in association with slate roofs (such as chimney rebuilding)? No

33. Do you do ARCHITECTURAL SHEET METAL work (such as ornamental copper)? Yes

34. Do you do STEEPLE WORK? Yes

35. How do you access steep slate roof areas when doing repairs? Slaters brackets and plank and hook ladder

36. What is your preferred method(s) for installing a replacement slate when doing a repair in the field of the roof? Bib and fastener, and slate hook

37. Do you sell salvaged roofing slates? No If yes, do you ship them?

38. Do you keep a stockpile of salvaged slates? Yes If yes, approx. how many squares? n/a

39. Do you sell new roofing slate? No If yes, do you stock them?

40. Do you do slate roof installations as well as repairs? Yes

41. What is the maximum size, in squares, of a new slate roof installation your company will do? Sky is the limit

42. Do your roofing professionals have certified professional training? If yes, explain (include the names of the individuals): Osha 10 hr. cards, all three

43. Name(s) of your slating professionals

Years of Experience


Name(s) of your slating professionals

Years of Experience


David Rudd Armstrong
















44. SRCA MEMBER SINCE: March 2016