When choosing products for our customers’ homes, we are always looking for something extra – something “more.” Beyond functionality, what makes the product unique or the best in the business? What are the other ways it can better serve our customers? Earlier this year, we wrote about what makes GAF[...]
Each month in the President’s Corner article, I write about my current thoughts as the leader of my company, Roofing & More. You may have noticed that like most other businesses, my focus for the past few months has been COVID-19 and how we are handling it as a company.[...]
Asphalt shingles are the most popular roofing material in North America today. They have long been a go-to option for residential structures due to their superior waterproofing ability and versatile style. For certain commercial buildings which don't have a flat or low-sloped roofing system, asphalt shingles can also be a great choice.
Each commercial building should have a commercial roof management strategy that’s tailored to it. No two buildings are alike and each will have different needs and a different budget. When formulating a commercial roof management strategy, your roofing contractor may ask you some of these questions:
As Virginia and many of the surrounding states begin to “open” again, business leaders are thinking about how reopening will affect their employees and customers. Of course, many of these businesses have remained open through COVID, taking extra precautions to prevent the spread of the virus while still being able[...]