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P.F. Freund

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Founded in the mid 1800s, P.F. Freund has been manufacturing and distributing high quality roofing tools of all kinds as long as anyone in the industry. The Stortz-Freund partnership began in the 1980s and is still going strong today.


ESE Machines

Founded in 1976, ESE Machines was the first company to manufacture its own roll forming machines for sale, entirely changing the game of metal roofing. It continues to innovate and service the US market as one of the most reliable manufacturers around.


Wuko Tools

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Founded in Austria in 1950, the name “Wuko” has become synonymous with roll benders as we know them due to its high quality and name recognition. Operating both out of Austria and the United States, Wuko continues to supply a large line of metal tools worldwide.


Biegetec AT

Founded in 2014, Biegetec is best known to our customers for its top-of-the-line 2-in-1 hand seamer. With a notable presence in European Roofing, Stortz is happy to bring Biegetec’s tools to the US market.



Based in Germany, MASC manufacturers some of the highest quality and most unique specialty hand tools in the world. We’re proud to be one of the few US companies selling Masc tools.



SeamSafe’s line of easy-to-install roof anchors and brackets has been providing roofers safe and tested fall protection for decades. Designed by roofers, for roofers. All products made in the USA.


Rothenberger / Sievert

Providing an extensive line of heating tools for professionals, Sievert is renowned for the quality of its soldering irons. Started in Sweden in the 1880s, Sievert continues to focus on constant innovation by using the most advanced technology in all things heating.



With all tools made in the USA, Aero has been serving the roofing, plumbing, and HVAC industries for over 50 years. Known for its durability, Aero supplies the only Acetylene iron that Stortz sell.


Sieger Snow Guards

For over 100 years Sieger has specialized in snow retention systems. Based in Leesport, Pennsylvania, it continues to provide its century-long, tried-and-true line of snow guards.


Stubai ZMV GmbH

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Stubai provides a vast line of tools and clothing spanning metal, wood working, mountaineering, and much more. Manufactured in Austria and held to its own high standards, Stubai tools are known for their precision and expertise.


Buschmann Tools

Buschmann Tools was founded in Latvia and immediately made a splash with its ground-breaking drill power seamers for mechanical lock. Along with its Perfect Benders, Buschmann continues to be a leading innovator of products for standing seam metal roofing.


Guilbert Express

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Based in France, just outside of Paris, Express distributes specialty soldering tools for building and finishing trades all over the world. At Stortz, we’re proud to be one of the largest Express distributors in the United States.


Malco Products

Malco has earned the reputation of a do-it-all manufacturer and is known by nearly every roofer in the industry due to its huge product line of sheet metal tools. Based in Minnesota, Malco continues to serve the industry nationwide.


Johnson Manufacturing

Based in Iowa, Johnson Manufacturing has been leading the development of environmentally friendly soldering tools, fluxes, and lead-free solders for nearly 100 years. Its hand-irons are among the only still being made today.


American Beauty

An industry leader in electrical soldering irons and solder pots, American Beauty has been supplying roofers for over 100 years. All products are manufactured in the USA.


Alpine SnowGuards

Alpine SnowGuards designs, engineers, and manufactures snow and solar snow management systems for all roof types, new or retrofit, from its facilities in Morrisville, VT. It is 100% employee owned and all products are made in the United States.


Berger Building Products

Founded in 1874, Berger is one of the largest manufacturers and distributors of snow retention products in the United States. Its product line extends far beyond just snow guards though, including flashing, underlayment, ridge ventilation, and much more.