Manufacturer news

OMG® Roofing Products announces promo winners

OMG Roofing Products, Agawam, Mass., has announced the three winners of its Pick Six promotion.

Sean Dougherty, a manufacturer’s representative for NRCA member Johns Manville, Denver, took first place with 922 points and received $3,000; Katie Johnson, a representative for Gulfeagle Supply, Tampa, Fla., took second place with 916 points and received $1,500; and Roger Siewert, a roof consultant with ICE Roofing, Eugene, Ore., took third place with 910 points and received $750.

Nearly 1,100 people from the commercial roofing industry participated in the Pick Six promotion. Participants earned points by correctly picking the winners of six National Football League games each week during the 17-week regular season. Players also could earn weekly bonus points for answering questions about new OMG Roofing Products.

The competition was open to OMG Roofing Products’ commercial roofing customers, contacts and friends, including contractors, distributors, roof consultants, specifiers, sales representatives, manufacturers and building owners.

GAF launches social impact initiative

GAF, Parsippany, N.J., has launched GAF Community Matters, a new social impact initiative intended to strengthen and support communities.

As part of its efforts, GAF renewed partnerships with several nonprofit organizations, including Good360, Habitat for Humanity, Project for Public Spaces and Team Rubicon. Through the partnerships, GAF has committed more than $6 million in financial and in-kind donations in 2020, including materials to install roof systems on more than 1,500 homes. GAF employees also will have opportunities to get involved, including time off to volunteer and establishing connections between employees and causes important to them.

“GAF is committed to protecting what matters most, not only through our products, but as neighbors and partners in the communities where we live and work,” says Jim Schnepper, president of GAF. “Our partners within GAF’s new Community Matters initiative will help us amplify our collective impact together; bringing meaningful change to our communities in new and exciting ways.”

Additional information about GAF’s social impact initiative is available at

In addition, GAF announced a Tuscaloosa, Ala., house for which the company donated a roof system received the 15,000th designation as a FORTIFIED Home™ from the Insurance Institute for Business & Home Safety.® FORTIFIED Homes are built from strong construction materials to enhance severe weather resilience. Alabama currently has the most FORTIFIED buildings in the U.S.

Other news

Roofing Alliance welcomes new member

The Roofing Alliance has welcomed TRUFAST® Corp., Bryan, Ohio, a manufacturer and distributor of unique fastening solutions for the commercial roofing industry. TRUFAST joined the Roofing Alliance at the Regent level.

The Roofing Alliance was established within the National Roofing Foundation in 1996 to create an endowment fund to serve as a resource for the roofing industry and its customers. Since its inception, Roofing Alliance members have committed more than $13.3 million to fund research, educational and technical projects. The Roofing Alliance now has 171 members.

Contractor news

Ridgeworth Roofing receives award

Ryan Petrick (right), vice president of Ridgeworth Roofing, and Duane Arnold, risk control chair for Captive Resources

Ridgeworth Roofing, Frankfort, Ill., has received the Kyle Clausen Risk Control Award of Honor from Roofers Insurance Limited, a casualty insurance captive program of Captive Resources LLC, Itasca, Ill.

The award is given to a top-performing company in Roofers Insurance Limited based on the company’s overall metrics relative to its risk control assessment evaluation, which measures the company’s safety protocols and documented safety; its funding base loss ratio; and its Occupational Safety and Health Administration reportable metrics. Ridgeworth Roofing was recognized for its commitment to safety and claim management.

“As a fully licensed, bonded and insured commercial roofing company, safety is always No. 1 in every project that we do from start to finish,” says Rod Petrick, president of Ridgeworth Roofing and NRCA’s Chairman of the Board-Elect. “We were pleasantly surprised when Roofers Insurance Limited shared this honor, and we are proud of Ridgeworth Roofing’s commitment to safety. Part of our plan is to ask specific questions about the projects we encounter and also make sure that our employees attend regular safety training.”

Legacy Roofing Services is recognized

Legacy Roofing Services, Coventry Township, Ohio, was named a Weatherhead 100 company for a second consecutive year by the Weatherhead School of Management at Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland.

Established in 1988, the Weatherhead 100 is a recognition given to companies chosen by the Weatherhead School of Management that embody the school’s mission of cultivating creativity, innovation and purpose-driven leadership to design a better world. Companies named to the Weatherhead 100 are judged based on their growth during the previous five-year period as well as their pursuit of transformational ideas, superior leadership and excellence in their industry. Legacy Roofing Services manages more than five million square feet of roofing every year and uses technology such as infrared scanning, drones and an online project management portal to serve its customers.

“We are committed to providing our customers with the best possible solutions for their specific and unique needs by embracing the latest technologies and fostering innovation,” says Brian Kruse, CEO of Legacy Roofing Services. “Our extensive understanding of issues facing the commercial real estate industry, such as environmental sustainability, energy efficiency, weather and climate risks and LEED certification, have made Legacy Roofing Services a valuable partner to our customers.”

Distributor news

ABC Supply sponsors home renovation

ABC Supply sponsored a home renovation for U.S. Navy veteran Chris Hixon’s family.

ABC Supply Co. Inc., Beloit, Wis., recently sponsored a home renovation for a U.S. Navy veteran’s family.

ABC Supply partnered with “Military Makeover,” a TV show that provides free home remodels to deserving veterans and their families. The company was significantly involved with renovating the home of Chris Hixon’s family. Hixon, a 27-year Navy veteran who served in the Persian Gulf during Operation Desert Storm and Desert Shield, lost his life in 2018 while defending the lives of students during the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting in Parkland, Fla. Hixon is survived by his wife, Debra, the daughter of a Navy veteran, and their two sons, Corey and Thomas, a Marine Corps Reserve officer.

ABC Supply sponsored the roofing component of the renovation by donating materials and paying for installation. In addition, a team of ABC Supply associates worked alongside the “Military Makeover” crew and community volunteers to complete the renovation project, which also included updates to the home’s interior and yard.

“American pride is one of our core values, and I couldn’t think of anyone more worthy of a helping hand than Chris’ family,” says Mike Jost, chief operating officer for ABC Supply. “Chris is a true American hero, and we were humbled by the opportunity to help ‘Military Makeover’ give his family the gift of a renovated home.”

The episode featuring the family was filmed in December 2019 and aired on the Lifetime network Feb. 14. The episode now is available to watch at

In addition, ABC Supply has acquired the assets of Midwest Wholesale Materials Co., a Madison, Wis.-based distributor of siding, windows, doors and steep-slope roofing products. The acquisition allows ABC Supply to enhance its service in Madison and the surrounding communities while building relationships with professional contractors and builders. ABC Supply now has four locations in Madison and 18 locations in Wisconsin.

Up the ladder

Duro-Last® Inc. has named Dan Ervin director of national accounts and Andrea Fisher director of marketing.

G.A.P. Roofing Inc. has named Christi Mack president.

Mule-Hide Products Co. Inc. has named Dan Williams managing director.

Petersen has named Grant Henry PAC-CLAD® representative for Guam and Hawaii.

NRCA new members

5 Star Roofing & Restoration LLC, Greensboro, N.C.
Adams Home Construction Services LLC, Fairborn, Ohio
Alabama Roof Pro LLC, Vestavia, Ala.
Ameritech Enterprises LLC, Panama City Beach, Fla.
Authentic Roofing LLC, Sparks, Nev.
Axis Building Envelope Design Inc., Hayward, Calif.
Bailey Roofing and Construction, Kingwood, Texas
Burns Contracting Inc., Chantilly, Va.
Collie Roofing, Delmar, N.Y.
Continuus Materials, The Woodlands, Texas
DELTA Roofing & Construction, Cedar Hill, Texas
Dreamstyle Remodeling, Albuquerque, N.M.
Enter.Net Inc., Allentown, Pa.
Farina Roofing Co., Arlington, Mass.
First Out Roofing, Corinth, Texas
Gladiator Construction & Roofing, Murphy, Texas
Hornback Solar & Roof Consultants, Oklahoma City
J.J.J.A. Construction LLC, Fort Worth, Texas
J.S. Held LLC, Las Vegas
Keyprime Inc., Golden Valley, Minn.
Landmark Roofing & Sheet Metal, Tyler, Texas
Legacy Roofing, Clearfield, Utah
M2E Consulting Engineers, Orlando, Fla.
Magic Touch Exteriors, Galloway, Ohio
Mr. Roof & Remodeling Co., Wheeling, Ill.
Old South Construction Co., Wetumpka, Ala.
P&A Roofing and Sheet Metal, Orlando, Fla.
Penn-York Construction Co. LLC, Endicott, N.Y.
Pintail Roofing LLC, Shreveport, La.
Potomac Exteriors LLC, Springfield, Va.
RDM Contracting, Bedias, Texas
Referred Roofing and Construction, Tyler, Texas
Reliance Roofing & Waterproofing Inc., Manassas, Va.
Reveal Exteriors, Seattle
Ridge Roofing and Exteriors Ltd., St. Charles, Ill.
Robbins Roofing, Mustang, Okla.
Roof-Tek LLC, Cumming, Ga.
RoofTec Inc., Westminster, Colo.
Second Opinion Public Adjusters LLC, Fort Worth, Texas
Smart Seal, Granbury, Texas
Sun Coast Roofing Services Inc., New Smyrna Beach, Fla.
Texas Cool Roofing, Austin, Texas
Three Mountain Roofing, Jeffersonville, Vt.
TL, Architect, Carrollton, Texas
Woods Roofing Inc., Canton, S.D.



LEGALCon 2020

Rosemont, Ill.
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NERCA’s 94th Annual Convention & Trade Show

North East Roofing Contractors Association
Atlantic City, N.J.
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(781) 849-0555

Foreman Leadership Training, Level 1

Rosemont, Ill.
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2020 IIBEC International Convention & Trade Show

International Institute of Building Enclosure Consultants
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CERTA Train-the-trainer Program

Elgin, Ill.
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Diversity + Inclusion Forum

Elgin, Ill.
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Roofing Day in D.C. 2020

Elgin, Ill.
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Roofing Alliance Member Meeting

Elgin, Ill.
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CERTA Train-the-trainer Program

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