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Abernathy Roofing and Construction – Joplin Roofer & Roofing Contractor

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Abernathy Roofing and Construction - Joplin Roofer & Roofing Contractor

1901 N Rangeline Rd
Joplin Missouri 64801
United States

+14175404411

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You can rely on us for Roofing, Solar, Siding, Decks, Additions, Gutters, Storm Repairs, Free Inspections, and more! Financing is available! With over 20 years in business, we provide unmatched workmanship and customer service for the residential and commercial customer. We are the Four States trusted Roofer and General Contractor you can count on.

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About Joplin

Joplin is a city in Jasper and Newton counties in the southwestern corner of the U.S. state of Missouri. The bulk of the city is in Jasper County, while the southern portion is in Newton County. Joplin is the largest city located within both Jasper and Newton Counties – even though it is not the county seat of either county (Carthage is the seat of Jasper County while Neosho is the seat of Newton County). With a population of 51,762 as of the 2020 census, Joplin is the 13th most-populous city in the state. The city covers an area of 35.69 square miles (92.41 km2) on the outer edge of the Ozark Mountains. Joplin is the main hub of the three-county Joplin-Miami, Missouri-Oklahoma Metro area, which is home to 210,077 people making it the 5th largest metropolitan area in Missouri. In May 2011, a violent EF5 tornado killed more than 150 people and destroyed one-third of the city. == History == === 19th century === Lead was discovered in the Joplin Creek Valley before the Civil War, but only after the war did significant development take place. By 1871, numerous mining camps sprang up in the valley and resident John C. Cox filed a plan for a city on the east side of the valley. Cox named his village Joplin City after the spring and creek nearby, which had been named for the Reverend Harris G. Joplin, who settled upon its banks circa 1840.Carthage resident Patrick Murphy filed a plan for a city on the opposite side of the valley and named it Murphysburg.

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