About Alliant Roofing Company
Alliant Roofing Company is owner Jeff Sitton’s latest enterprise, offering unmatched expertise and experience in the commercial roofing industry.
Sitton is also the owner of Spokane Roofing Company, which has been in operation since 1907 under the ownership of only two families. Jeff’s father Dave Sitton began working there in 1990, purchased it 12 years later, and Jeff went to work the day his dad bought the business.
Alliant continues the tradition of outstanding workmanship and customer service established by Sitton at Spokane Roofing, guaranteeing that all work will be completed in a professional and timely fashion using only the finest quality products applied by skilled, experienced craftsmen.
Alliant’s commercial roofing contractor services include a wide range of application options, including TPO single-ply, membrane flat roofing, Polyiso rigid insulation, sheet metal flashings, copings, and gutters, and public works and insurance projects. Roof maintenance programs include regularly-scheduled inspections, retrofits and roof coatings, warranty work and cleaning.
A Spokane, WA native, Sitton prides himself on his company’s trustworthiness and integrity. His goal from the beginning of his involvement with Spokane Roofing was to change the industry by delivering a better product at a better price. All of his employees take both their professional and personal responsibilities seriously. His motto?
Do what’s right!
Recent commercial roofing projects have included:
- Grant County International Airport in Moses Lake, Washington
- Malmstrom Air Force Base housing in Great Falls, Montana
- Dave Smith Motors in Kellogg, Idaho
- St. Pius X Catholic Church and Idaho Transportation Department in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho
- Wasem’s Drug & Home Medical and Tri-State Hospital in Clarkston, Washington.
That resumé of ventures far afield from Spokane made it a natural decision for Sitton to establish a presence in Spokane, WA, Tri-Cities, WA, Seattle, WA, Portland, OR, Boise, ID, Bozeman, MT and Scottsdale, AZ, where Alliant clients appreciate the same high standards Spokane Roofing Company has offered for more than 100 years.
Mission Statement – Alliant Roofing Company
To be the preeminent provider of superior roofing services by consistently improving the quality of our product; to add value for clients through innovation, foresight integrity, and aggressive performance; and to serve with character and purpose that brings honor to God.
Blog Posts About Alliant Roofing Company
FiberTite® Seaman Corporation, Intelligent Roofing Systems FiberTite sets the performance standard with its use of Elvaloy® KEE (Ketone Ethylene Ester) in roofing membranes. KEE is a solid, flexible, durable ingredient ideal in the manufacture of high-quality,...
Commercial metal roofing systems have been around for almost 200 years, long before roofs were called ‘systems’. Metal roofs are still the best choice in many climates, presenting advantages over single-ply membrane roofing systems such as TPO and PVC. About one-third of commercial roofs are metal…
Whether it is in the workplace, sports, or the community, success depends upon teamwork. Alliant Roofing Company and I are fortunate to have a great team. I want to write about our inspiring office staff, who have helped us to grow our business and have a great time doing it…
Thermoplastic polyolefin or TPO is a single-ply membrane roofing system that has become the industry standard for commercial flat roofs since its development in the early 1990s. In my opinion, TPO is the best roofing product out there for reflective flat roofs. Alliant Roofing Company began transitioning to TPO…
In my most recent post, I wrote a little bit about what it means to be a Roof Asset Manager, not just a roofing contractor. I would like to spend more time explaining what that means, because the difference between the two is important for commercial customers. A roofer can repair a damaged flat roof, recover it, or…
Better late than never is something you never hear a reputable commercial roofer say. If a building owner waits until something goes wrong with a roof, it might already be too late to save it. You must be proactive. Most building owners and property managers are smart; they know how to take care of their buildings. They either learned…
Last Modified: March 17, 2019