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FEB. 2013 | VOL. 43 ISSUE 2
A recent IBHS study offers insight into wind-driven water entry issues
Steve Quarles, Ph.D.
The future is now
Technology is changing how the roofing industry conducts business
Karen L. Edwards
For whom the bell tolls
Wagner Roofing restores the copper roof system on Capitol Hill Church
Chrystine Elle Hanus-delete
After the storm
Homeowners and roofing contractors face a number of insurance-related issues after a major storm
Joan P. Crowe, AIA
For your consideration
The use of alternative underlayments with steep-slope roof coverings should be carefully considered
Jason Wilen, AIA, CDT, RRO
Don't forget the basics
Handling asbestos still falls under OSHA and EPA regulations
Keep it safe
You should prepare your workplace to minimize the risk of violence
Jason C. Kim
Gray I. Mateo-Harris
Performing charitable work in your community can help improve the roofing industry's image.
Ambika Puniani Reid
If you are involved in the design and application of torch-applied roofing products, you should be aware of NRCA's and MRCA's CERTA program and what it entails.
Mark S. Graham
The Affordable Care Act is on its way to being fully implemented; however, whether the law will be successful in achieving its goals is uncertain.
Duane L. Musser
As I was saying
NRCA's 126th Annual Convention in San Antonio will demonstrate how the roofing industry has changed and grown.
The Roofing Marketplace
Project information for The University of Kansas Hospital, Kansas City, Kan.
More information about underlayment requirements
Asbestos-related NRCA products
Housing starts decreased in July
U.S. consumer confidence increases in August
Unemployment decreases slightly in July