“Always Good Work”: A History of Quality & Pride.
We Shall Do Good Work...In 1915 W. P. Baker hung a sign in his downtown Raleigh shop indicating that Baker Roofing (then Baker Rawls Tin Shop) was open for business. That sign read “We shall do good work. At a profit if we can, at a loss if we must, but always good work. Today, the current owners and his grandsons, still keep that sign hanging in our Raleigh headquarters and acts as a daily reminder of the values that drive all of team Baker.
Always Good Work, More Than Just A Sign...
While we proudly display the sign in our offices, on our trucks and throughout all of our corporate communications, it is important to know that the impact of the sign goes beyond the visual aesthetics. In fact, the sign itself is quite aged, and not fairly impressive, but what is strong about it is what it communicates about our organization.