Awards & Recognitions
- A+ Rating BBB: Presented by the Better Business Bureau, 2014-2020, Statewide
- Excellence in Asphalt Roofing – Bronze: Presented by the ARMA Association, 2020, Nationwide
- Best of Rapid City 2020 – Exterior Remodeler: Presented by the City of Rapid City, 2020, Citywide
- Top Rated Business in South Dakota: Presented by topratedlocal.com, 2019-2020, Statewide
- Lighthouse Award: Presented by Beacon Supply, 2014-2015, Citywide
Excellence in Asphalt Roofing – Gold 2022
The Scull Residence is a Queen Anne Victorian-style home located in the heart of Black Hills, a mountain range in Rapid City, South Dakota. This style of home was introduced to America in 1880 and is characterized by elaborate color schemes, grand architecture towers, and high-pitched roofs with patterned shingles. The project was challenging due to a 2020 hailstorm that damaged the entire roof and the homeowner’s desire to maintain the timeless exterior. Black Hills Exteriors integrated two shingle colors to preserve the home’s distinct characteristics, giving the roof a unique curb appeal. Utilizing CertainTeed Carriage House shingles, Black Hills Exteriors fully repaired the extensive hail damage on the 5,500 square foot roof. This newly installed roof system with its multiple laminated layers and 130 mph wind rating will protect against harsh winters for years to come. Black Hills Exteriors achieved an elegant look for this Victorian-style home by understanding the historic character and applying the versatile design of asphalt shingles.
Excellence in Asphalt Roofing – Bronze 2020
The Central States Fairgrounds in Rapid City, South Dakota wanted to refresh some of their older buildings. With its very old and weathered shingles, the horticulture building needed some TLC. This is where Black Hills Exteriors, LLC stepped in to install a new roof in just four days.
This wooden structure needed a roofing solution to withstand the expansion and contraction the building goes through during a year that features all four seasons. At nearly 100 years of age, the horticulture building had old, weathered shingles and underlying imperfections, in addition to a lot of settling.
Asphalt was the clear choice for this project due to its ability to form the curvature of the structure’s dome and conform best to existing imperfections. Using CertainTeed Carriage House® shingles, which have four layers of coverage, ensured lasting protection with conformity that covered almost a century of imperfections, and the roof will expand and contract without issue as the seasons change.
Putting rounded shingles on a rounded building brought an older, aesthetically pleasing architecture to an older structure. Achieving this meant careful consideration on all eight sides of the roof, ensuring every fourth row of shingles were chalk lined prior to starting, and at one point requiring the crew to utilize ropes and harnesses to stand on fully vertical sides!
- St. Jude Children’s Research
- RC Club for Boys
- Freedom’s Journey
- Spearfish Optimist
- Black Hills Badges for Hope
- RC Trap Club
- RC Construction Industry Center
- Black Hills Cornhole
- St. Thomas Moore Basketball
- City of Rapid City Youth Baseball
- Central States Fairgrounds
- RCASA Softball Fields
- West River Cornhole