ANGIESLIST.COM | FEBRUARY 22, 2021
Cincinnati, Ohio, February 22, 2021 – Molloy Roofing is proud to announce that it has earned the home service industry’s coveted Angie’s List Super Service Award (SSA). This award honors service professionals who have maintained exceptional service ratings and reviews on Angie’s List in 2020.
FIRESTONEBPCO.COM | JANUARY 17, 2019
In recognition of your outstanding efforts in quality roofing installations, Firestone Building Products is
pleased to present you with the enclosed commemorative plaque recognizing your achievement as a
2018 Partner in Quality.
FIRESTONEBPCO.COM | JUNE 22, 2016
Firestone Building Products Company, LLC, a leading manufacturer and supplier of a comprehensive “Roots to Rooftops” product portfolio, presented Molloy Roofing Company with the 2016 Partner in Quality Award. The Cincinnati firm is among only 133 Firestone Building Products Red Shield™ Licensed Roofing Contractors in the United States, Canada and Mexico achieving the esteemed honor.
CINCINNATI.COM | OCTOBER 4, 2013
Firestone Building Products Co. recently presented Molloy Roofing Co. of Blue Ash with the 2013 Partner in Quality award for roofing excellence. The company is one of only 207 Firestone Red Shield® licensed contractors throughout North America that were honored with this industry distinction.
JLC – THE JOURNAL OF LIGHT CONSTRUCTION | DECEMBER 2012
Once every few issues, a JLC reader takes exception to the misused ladders, unsafe scaffolding, and sketchy fall protection sometimes depicted in our photos. “You are doing contractors and tradesmen a disservice and making yourselves look foolish when you let this stuff through,” wrote one reader recently, a union roofer from the Chicago area.
So I contacted this reader — who asked to remain anonymous — to find out how his company tackles fall protection. To get some other perspectives on the subject, I also talked to several contractors about how they keep their roofing employees safe and productive while complying with OSHA fall protection guidelines. In addition, I’ve attended safety seminars, navigated through OSHA’s extensive online resources, and contacted OSHA for guidance on specific issues — all in an attempt to gain a better understanding of the rules. What I’ve discovered is that while OSHA compliance can be tricky, working safely high above the ground isn’t that difficult if you have the right attitude and the right equipment.
REPLACEMENT CONTRACTOR MAGAZINE | JULY 20, 2012
Dave Molloy, owner of Molloy Roofing, a fourth-generation roofing company in Cincinnati that hand-nails every shingle job, explains why he prefers to work this way.
CINCINNATI HABITAT FOR HUMANITY | FALL 2011 NEWSLETTER
Molloy Roofing Co. is a family-owned business serving Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky. Located in Blue Ash, the company offers both commercial and residential roofing service to its customers. It was founded by H.J. Molloy in 1900, and is presently led by Dave Molloy, the fourth generation President. About 20 years ago, by a Habitat volunteer from his church to personally assist with shingling a roof of one of our earliest Habitat homes in Cincinnati. Dave and his company have remained active in providing free roofing labor to our ministry over the years.
THE CINCINNATI ENQUIRER | 21 APRIL 2011
Wednesday’s strong thunderstorms and winds triggered a flood of calls to roofing companies.
ANGIE’S LIST MAGAZINE | 18 SEPTEMBER 2010
When should I have my gutters cleaned?
Molloy: It’s best to clean them after seeds have fallen in the spring, and after leaves have fallen in autumn.
THE CINCINNATI ENQUIRER | 23 MAY 2009
BLUE ASH – Cliff Wicks leaves gutter cleaning to the professionals now.
The Blue Ash resident used to clean his own gutters, until ahout five years ago when a ladder accident during a cleaning left Wicks with a broken nose, bumps and bruises.
“I gave the ladder away and decided I would outsource it,” Wicks said with a laugh. “They know what they’re doing.”
THE CINCINNATI ENQUIRER | 30 SEPTEMBER 2008
Blue is suddenly de rigueur on Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky rooftops. And the hottest phone number in town is the cell number of a good roofer.
Drive down almost any residential street and those blue tarps protecting damaged roofs seem to be almost everywhere. The near hurricane-force winds of Sept. 14 caused unprecedented roof damage to homes and businesses, triggering an equally staggering demand for roofers and roofing materials.
THE CINCINNATI ENQUIRER | 27 JULY 2008
BLUE ASH – Dave Molloy doesn’t know why his family got started in the roofing business four generations ago, but he does know it was a business he loved from childhood and one that he has continued even when the rest of the family moved on.
CINCINNATI MAGAZINE | MAY 2008
Dave Molloy knows the roofing business from the ground up. His first job for Molloy Roofing Co., founded by his great-grandfather, Harry Molloy, in 1900, was sorting nails by size for the work crews. “That was when I was 8,” he explains. “When I got a little older, I painted metalwork and filled the Dumpsters with scrap.” At 18, Molloy strapped on a nail apron and climbed the ladder that would lead him from the rooftops to ownership of the company in 2001.