Black Business Month Spotlight: Arnold’s Roofing Enterprises


As President and owner of Arnold’s Roofing Enterprises (ARE), Inc., Terry Arnold have been serving the greater Tallahassee area for over 25 years.  Terry, a Tallahassee native, along with his wife Tammy, has built this family-owned business from the ground up. Since 1995, ARE has been one of Tallahassee’s best with a history of reliable and quality service. By combining his roofing expertise and exceptional customer service, Terry has been able to grow ARE into one of the premier roofing companies in Tallahassee. The hard work, dedication, and love for people the Arnold family has shown over the last quarter-century is the reason this company thrives today.

ARE is a Certified Licensed Roofing Contractor with the State of Florida and a Certified Minority-owned business with the Tallahassee-Leon County Office of Economic Vitality. They provide commercial and residential services including new construction roofing, re-roofing, and all types of roof repairs.

Arnold’s Roofing has completed several commercial projects such as John Paul Catholic II High School and Gymnasium, Morningside Baptist Church, Alarm International Church, and several others. As well as numerous residential roofs all over the Tallahassee area.

Terry and Tammy have been blessed with three adult children as well as 10 grandchildren. 

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