Continued growth for over 30 years
Located in Kingsley, Michigan, 16 miles southeast of Traverse City and 20 miles north of Cadillac, Springfield, Inc., started out as a commercial roofing company in 1985.
Today, Springfield designs and installs patented innovations and customized solutions in commercial roofing, safety, energy efficiency and mechanical insulation, serving the structure envelope needs of businesses, food processors and manufacturers from Lansing to Hartford, and beyond.
Our technical and design innovations help northern Michigan industrial and manufacturing facilities improve their operations, save money on energy bills, lower their liability and maintenance costs and meet USDA, FDA and OSHA regulatory compliance.
Businesses also look to us for scheduled maintenance and to be there when they need us most: in an emergency. Whether we installed it or not, we service any northern Michigan roof at anytime, anywhere.
Springfield earns client trust year after year by using the most suitable superior materials for each project, and by delivering genuine craftsmanship, excellent communication and value-centered service. We bring honor to our profession by always standing by our word and our work.
That’s why we have an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau and why we have twice been honored by the BBB for our integrity and honest business practices. Springfield has also been recognized with the “Small Business of the Year” award (2008) from the Traverse City Area Chamber of Commerce and the Award of Excellence in Construction from the Builder Exchange of Northern Michigan (2006, 2008 & 2010).
Businesses across northern Michigan like how we work with their best interest in mind, how well we understand their issues and the climate here, and they love the innovations we offer, such as SmartShield™ insulation for pipes, vents and vessels. Here at Springfield, we’re not just a commercial roofer, energy efficiency provider or safety and compliance expert, but a partner for growth, helping northern Michigan businesses compete.