The Imbus Roofing Co., Inc.
Established in 1880
5 Charlin Drive
Wilder, Kentucky 41076
The Imbus Roofing Company has a proud history of involvement in the Cincinnati community through leadership in several building associations. In 1929 Ed Imbus ran for City Council under the Charter Party and was elected. In 1932 he was then elected and served as Vice President until 1937 when he retired from Council. Eugene, Sr. served as a Director of Allied Construction Industries representing the roofing contractors.
Upon the death of his father in 1961, Eugene Imbus, Jr. was appointed to the Board of Directors of Allied Construction Industries and was elected President of ACI to serve from 1967 to 1969. Eugene Imbus, Jr. also served with the Construction Advancement Program (CAP) of ACI. James Imbus served as a member and President of the Greater Cincinnati Roofing Contractors Association in the mid 1990s. James also served on the Board of Directors of Allied Construction Industries and President of ACI from 2005 to 2007. James Imbus received various commendations from Architects, including Glaser & Associates, for his part in designing the metal roof system on the extended window at the Cincinnati Art Museum. He also worked with the City of Cincinnati Architects and the Planning Commission for re-roofing the tile roof on the Cincinnati City Hall.
The Imbus Roofing Company is very proud of the work we have performed in the City of Cincinnati. We also feel honored by the number of Architects in Cincinnati who call Imbus Roofing for suggestions with complicated projects or when they are planning the restoration of an historic landmark.
Imbus Roofing is licensed to do business in Ohio, Indiana, and Kentucky.