I’m Nathan Dixon, owner and operator of All Good Roofing. My family moved to the Skylight/Goshen area of Oldham County when I was a baby. I grew up on Axton Lane, playing in the Ohio River and riding tractors. I feel very lucky to have grown up in this area. My wife, Natalie and I have three children together and two English bulldogs. I enjoy hiking, fishing, and riding ATVs. We love to go to the Parklands of Floyd's Fork for outdoor adventures. And every year, we take a family vacation to Pensacola Beach, FL.
I began working in the roofing industry at 16 years old as an after-school job. I was lucky enough to have a great mentor that inspired me to not only work hard but strive to be a part of the roofing industry after giving me the confidence to believe I could run my own roofing crew.
For 11 years, I worked for other roofing companies until I started my own business, All Good Roofing, in 2005. I built my business from the ground up with good old-fashioned hard work, contacting new builders and having a few great employees work for me.
The most unique component of All Good Roofing is the fact that our shingles are hand driven. Hand-driving a shingle with a hammer and nail secures the shingle to the roof nearly tenfold than what a nail gun can do. This guarantees the roof’s integrity lasting years-even decades longer than its nail gun counterparts, withstanding numerous windstorms with little to no creasing and all shingles left intact.
The greatest product I have to offer is the expertise I have gained over the years in working with homeowner’s insurance companies. One of the most rewarding moments is when a client is expecting to pay tens of thousands of dollars out of pocket, and I am able to get a fair and timely insurance claim filed for damage caused by wind or hail. This is money homeowners are entitled to and encouraged to use so that the financial strain of out-of-pocket payment doesn’t result in choosing inexperienced roofers or poor materials.
I donated labor and materials to the Briar Hill Park shelter when it was rebuilt after a fire. And I have given free repairs to low-income homeowners since I started. Many times a simple repair that only takes a few minutes is all that’s needed to relieve a client’s stress and make their home comfortable again. I’m happy to do this complimentary, and their appreciation often results in referrals, so it’s a win-win.
Many other roofing companies use subcontractors to remove and install their roofs. My company has eight full-time employees. At least half of them have worked for me for 10+ years. This ensures that my craftsmanship remains consistent and that the crews I am bringing to the client’s property are trustworthy and well-versed.
The gratitude I have for my employees is indescribable. Every year we do an employee appreciation event at Taylorsville Lake to give them a day off work to relax, swim and enjoy Kentucky. My son and two daughters all show an interest in taking over the business one day. Makes my hard work even more worth it to be able to build a legacy for my family.