2214 S. Lincoln St.
Amarillo, TX 79109
Tecta America CS Amarillo started its journey as “Construction Services” in 1943 in Vernon, Texas. Over the years, Construction Services grew into a specialty contractor, narrowing its focus to all types of commercial roofing, and became known for its capability to handle the more substantial and complex projects. In 1963, the company relocated to its permanent home in Amarillo, Texas.
We specialize in the installation of all types of commercial roofing, industrial roofing, re-roofs, metal roofs, leak repairs, preventative maintenance, coatings, inspections, and service, as well as custom sheet metal fabrication.
We are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, all year long for you. If you have an emergency roofing issue, we will be able to help you out.
With Tecta America Amarillo, you can rest assured that your building, and everything inside, will be protected by a properly installed, quality roof. Roofing in Amarillo and the surrounding communities is our specialty. Our continued growth as the commercial roofing industry’s leader allows us to offer the greatest depth of experience, resources, technology, and capabilities available today.
“I just wanted to drop you a letter thanking you for your great efforts in helping us out of dire straits at Baptist/St. Anthony’s. Tecta and its crew did a great job getting us in the dry under some less than great conditions. We really do appreciate the attention you gave this, and are humbled by your efforts…The professionalism you show is greatly admired”
“Our firm wants to thank you for the professional way in which our roof problems were handled by your firm. Your workers were always here on time and never left until the job was completed. Thank you for a job well done and we appreciate your efforts even though we know this was a very small job to you, to us it was a major problem.”
“Hoechst-Celanese and Flour Daniel recognize you for your safety record on our Phase II rebuild project. Please accept the attached plaque as a memento of that achievement.” (Received after an explosion destroyed the entire plant in Pampa Texas, requiring an emergency rebuild of 27 buildings).