Horn Brothers Roofing was founded by Jacob Horn. Jacob and his brother Edward began installing roofs in the 1980’s.
Jacob and Edward learned the roofing business from the ground up, first learning how to install many different types of roofing materials, then supervising crews on a wide variety of projects, and later, working with architects and builders to provide take-offs on blueprints.
Today, Horn Brother’s Roofing is synonymous with high-quality residential and commercial roofing workmanship.
As certified installers of stone-coated steel, standing seam, composition, slate, tile, and flat roofs, few roofing companies can compete with their wealth of knowledge and extensive portfolio of installations, but the legacy of which they are MOST proud is that whether they are roofing the Evergreen Aviation & Space Museum that houses the Spruce Goose or a small home, it’s not the size of the job, but how well it’s done that gives the Horn Brothers and their team personal satisfaction.
Ambitious, hardworking, and with the encouragement of his skilled carpenter father, Jacob Horn formed Horn Brother’s Roofing at 18 years of age.
From re-roofs to new construction, Jacob has worked with homeowners, architects, builders, non-profits, businesses, and government agencies to install long-lasting, economical, and energy-efficient roofs.
Now with more than 30 years experience, he knows the roofing business inside and out.
Jacob is an encyclopedia of knowledge of roofing materials, costs, installation techniques, codes, and every other conceivable aspect of roofing. He is often hired as a consultant on large commercial projects. Jacob has been an industry leader in promoting cutting-edge “green” roofing technologies, including Horn Brothers’ own Eco-Shield roofing system.