In 1952, when Roach Energy began, the average income in the U.S was $2,300.The median value of a home in West Virginia was around $5,500. A one-pound loaf of bread cost 16¢. You could get a half-gallon of milk, delivered to your home by a milkman, for about 48¢. A pound of bacon was 65¢. A new Ford pickup truck cost about $2,300. Yep, a lot has changed since then.
Technology is one big change. And we’ve taken advantage of that to create this new website that is designed for you, our 21st-century customers.
The new Roach Energy website is even more user-friendly, and we’ve updated it to deliver more information to you. We hope you like the better customer experience.
Updates we’ve made include:
Improved organization of pages so you can easily find what you need
An informative blog to keep you up to date on Roach Energy’s services and products
Bookmark our website and check in regularly. We’ll be updating it frequently with special deals and offers, useful tips, topical blog posts and more information, all done to help you save money while you keep your eastern Panhandle home or business safe and comfortable.