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Refined Roofing and Construction: Caring For Your Family With Their Family

By Elisha Neubauer

In Hampstead, New Hampshire, folks can feel a little safer under the roofs above their heads thanks to Refined Roofing and Construction. A fourth-generation family business, the company specializes in roofing, siding, windows, and general construction and covers the New Hampshire and Massachusetts areas.

Not just family-owned, Refined Roofing is completely family-operated with every member of the Spero family playing an important role in the success of the company. The company launched in 1932, by the current owner's great-grandfather, and has continued to grow ever since.

"Since 1932, my family has been roofing throughout New England under two simple mottos: 'Do it right or not at all' and 'Treat others the way you would want to be treated,'" Gino Spero, current owner, said. "I strongly stand by those mottos today."

The family business has managed to stand apart from their competitors because of one important fact: they care about the roofs they are fixing because they care about the families under them. In their eyes, there is no difference between their family and your family.

"We do what it takes to get every job done right no matter the size or complexity," Spero said.

When you choose to hire Refined Roofing and Construction, you can rest assured that you are in good hands. The company prides itself on offering superior service and quality products within a safe work environment, regardless of job size. Spero believes this is one of the most important aspects of the job.

"We are always present on every job site, managing all logistics and working hard from the first phone call to the final inspection," Spero said.

Refined Roofing and Construction is a full-service construction company which practices full transparency, keeping clients involved throughout all phases of our projects. And, in true caring family tradition, the company also uses education to prevent any expensive emergency repairs.

"Roof maintenance is key to longevity," Spero said. "It is important to keep up on yearly inspections to ensure the roof system remains secure and watertight."

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Elisha Neubauer is a freelance editor, ghostwriter, book reviewer, and author. She is...

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