About Us

The Pawcatuck Roofing Company was founded as Frank's Roofing and Siding in 1946 by Frank Savageau (husband to Mona Holland). In 1966, Paul G. Holland joined his uncle's company. Paul learned the trade from the ground up from Frank, "A tough old union roofer." When Savageau retired in 1972, Holland purchased the business and changed its name to Pawcatuck Roofing.

Paul Holland quickly expanded the business throughout the 1970's and 1980's, while strictly adhering to the family's traditional methods and materials for installing quality roofs. In his 26 years as president, Paul Holland is credited with establishing the company's current corporate image and distinctive fleet of green trucks with a yellow diamond logo. He also developed and built the company's current office building, and adjacent shop and warehouse facility.

In 1998, Paul sold the business to two of his sons, Robert and Brent Holland. The Holland Brothers have further expanded upon their father's efforts to grow the Pawcatuck Roofing Company into a major competitor in the Eastern Connecticut, and Western Rhode Island markets. By dividing the company into three divisions, Residential, Commercial, and Service and Maintenance, as well as investing in new equipment, such as a 15 ton crane and roll-off truck with 15 yard dumpsters, the Pawcatuck Roofing Company has the "in-house logistics" to handle any size roofing project.

Robert and Brent Holland, along with their growing number of employees are, "proud of our past and dedicated to maintaining the Pawcatuck Roofing Company's long time reputation as. . ."


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