In 2012, Smithsonian magazine ranked Butler, PA, as the 7th-best small town in America. Located 35 miles north of Pittsburgh, the city is just under 13,000 residents. Butler played an essential role in the steel manufacturing industry for much of its life. It became the site of a large Standard Steel Car Company railcar facility in 1902 and one of the earliest Ford dealerships in 1918. Though an AK Steel factory still operates out of Butler, its economy shifted away from manufacturing during the 1970s, leading to healthcare companies and Walmart becoming the city's top employers today.
Butler experiences an average of over 50 inches of annual snowfall, which can seriously affect the roofs of your homes and businesses. If you live in Butler, PA, and are looking for a quality residential and commercial roofing contractor, look no further than Hepler Contracting LLC.