Cooper Roofing & Solar is doing its part to expand the dining options for residents of Southern Nevada. One of the most recent projects to help Las Vegans locate tasty fare is the new Carl’s Jr. restaurant in Aliante, near Aliante Parkway and the 215, across the street from the Aliante Nature Park.
Famous for its burger offerings – including burgers featuring chicken, fish and turkey in addition to a variety of other menu items – Carl’s Jr. has been an American favorite for many years. The new restaurant will be a welcome addition to this growing area, with an eye-catching design to further increase its appeal.
We recently reported on the construction of its neighbor, another restaurant completed at right about the same time. Cooper Roofing & Solar played an even bigger role in the construction of the Carl’s Jr. than we did in the neighboring Capriotti’s.
The colored standing seam metal, cap metal, fascia and soffit metal, combined with the other exterior elements of the design, provide a striking and attractive look to the building. In addition to all of the metal work, which we performed on the neighboring restaurant, we also installed the Duro-Last single-ply roofing on the top roof of the Carl’s Jr.
Duro-Last touts itself as “America’s Best Roof”. The single-ply manufacturer has a very strict approval process contractors must complete just to be able to install the product. After that, roofers must continue to exhibit a high level of performance and installation quality to remain an approved applicator for Duro-Last.
Cooper Roofing & Solar has not only maintained our status as an approved applicator, we’ve also earned an Elite Master Contractor designation from Duro-Last for a sustained record of high quality performance!
The new Carl’s Jr restaurant brings an exciting new dining outlet to the Aliante area in a very attractive package!