South Portland, ME Horch Roofing has found the ideal location for expanding its roofing and gutter services in Southern Maine at 184 Main St. With access to I-295 and visibility on Main St. (Rte. 1), the 23,219 s/f property features a warehouse, as well as office space with existing tenants. The Boulos Company’s Jessica Estes brokered the deal on behalf of the buyer. Terms of the sale were not disclosed.
Horch Roofing has been roofing Maine homes and businesses for over 18 years, and recycling their roofing waste has become a hallmark of the business. In October, Horch Roofing won the Cumberland Crossing by OceanView Environmental Leadership Award for their commitment to sustainable practices in an industry that generates tons of waste each year. The company has recycled 100% of all roofing waste since 2010 – over 15 million pounds of debris. They are looking to ramp up production in Southern Maine by the spring of 2022, as well as add 25–30 full-time southern Maine-based employees to their current staff of 55. Horch’s residential and commercial services include asphalt and standing-seam metal roofing, seamless gutters, roofing repairs—and a clear conscience when it comes to roofing waste.
“The purchase of 184 Main St. will allow us to provide southern Maine communities with the environmentally-friendly roofing options and great service that our mid-coast clients have embraced,” said Peter Horch. “Thank you to our customers, past, present, and future. And a special thank you to Jessica and the team at The Boulos Company for their professionalism and high quality of service.”