RD Herbert & Sons Company has been a hallmark of roofing and sheet metal craftsmanship since 1946 and for more than a century has been an integral player in the building of Nashville.
RD Herbert & Sons is among the most accomplished roofing contractors in Nashville and the Southeast. We develop solutions that stand the test of time. Our employees are skilled and experienced and will take extra care to ensure your satisfaction upon completion of your roofing and sheet metal projects.
RD Herbert is going green!
Our company is a leader in the Nashville area in promoting green roofing, reflective roof coatings, and recyclable materials. Metal, slate, and tile roofs have long life spans and can be reused. Reflective roofing cools a building significantly giving the owner reduced cooling costs. Green roofs retain storm water, insulate the structure and provide habitats for wildlife.
Westview Condos was featured as the Green Project of the week on Sky Gardens, the blog site of Greenroofs.com. Additional photos of the green roof, highlighting the four seating areas, are displayed also. As noted on the blog, this rooftop garden is available for occasional viewing by appointment only.
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Trevecca University: Center for leadership, calling & service, Nashville The renovations transformed Bud Robinson Hall into the new academic support center for Trevecca University. Some of the functions housed in the building include: experience programs, career, counseling & disability services, testing center, non-traditional student services, and the Center for Teaching and Learning.
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project note The project required 7,692 square feet of new Garland Built-Up roofing as well as smaller FleeceBack EPDM roofs.
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100 Oaks Medical Center, Nashville 100 Oaks has had several cycles of decline and rebirth. The retail space on the bottom level remains while more than half of 100 Oaks Mall is transformed by Vanderbilt Medical Center into 20 medical clinics, doctors' offices and business offices.
Ten sections of the mall needed new roofs or repairs. Seven roofs, a total of 207,000 square feet, required a partial tear-off and roof over with the Carlisle Sure-Weld TPO system.