Lyons Roofing was the recipient of the 2012 Arizona Roofing Contractors Associations (ARCA) Contractor of the Year Award.
This recognition was awarded to Lyons Roofing on October 6, 2012 at the annual ARCA convention held at the Prescott Resort, in Prescott, Arizona. ARCA, established in 1969, is a dynamic and well-respected sub-contractor trade association, with over 250 members throughout the state. ARCA’s goal is to build consumer confidence and safe guard public welfare by promoting honesty, equality, integrity and edification through education, constructive and progressive legislation and promoting confidence, respect and good fellowship among all who are directly or indirectly engaged in the Arizona Roofing Industry. The recipient of this award is chosen through a voting process by other ARCA members. “We are especially proud to have received this award. I can’t imagine a higher honor than to be recognized by our peers or as some would call our competitors.” ~Paul La Nue, owner of Lyons Roofing.
Lyons Roofing has been providing roofing and repair services to Arizona home and business owners since 1993. Lyons Roofing is family owned and operated by Paul and Rhonda La Nue. Lyons Roofing has also received the BBB Ethics Award, Top 100 contactors in the US (two years running), SCF Arizona safe company award and is highly recognized as a quality contractor on Angie’s list and the prestigious referral network, Rosie on the House. Rhonda La Nue has also won several awards through ARCA for her committee work specifically regarding her work with the Arizona Registrar of Contracts (ROC) in elevating Arizona’s Roofing standards. The Lyons Roofing mission statement is: The Lyons team sets the industry standard of excellence and is dedicated to providing peace of mind to our customers, employees and community.
Here is a note from Dan Gifford from Distinctive Roofing:
"I heard that you had no idea (that you may win that award), but my question is how did you not know?! You guys have really set the standard high for your competitors, and I don't think a better company deserved the award."