Roofing Industry News

3-in-1-roof solar tiles

DEERFIELD BEACH, Fla. — 3 IN 1 ROOF Inc. is surging ahead in solar roof tile development after successfully passing UL 1703 safety testing for its tiles.

PALMETTO, Fla. — The U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) cited Brad McDonald Roofing Construction for exposing employees to fall and other safety hazards at two Florida construction sites in Lutz and Palmetto.

FiberTite Training Center

WOOSTER, Ohio — FiberTite Roofing Solutions has announced the opening of The Seaman Training Center and the launch of FiberTite Training Series.

Atlas Acquires ACH Foam

ATLANTA — Atlas Roofing Corp. announced that it is changing its EPS division name to Atlas Molded Products.

The name change reflects the company's recent acquisition of ACH Foam Technologies in August of 2018, making Atlas Molded Products what the Round Rock TX Roofing Company calls “the premier and now largest manufacturer of molded polystyrene in North America.


Kevin Kennedy and Joe Bazzano's first book, The Contractor's 60 Minute Exit Plan, is a 82-page book offers a guide for roofing contractors to navigate the scary and sometimes treacherous process of exiting their Round Rock TX Roofing business when the time is right.

AURORA, Ill. ‒ The U.S. Dept. of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) cited residential homebuilder Florentino Rodriguez of DB Custom Carpentry LLC for exposing employees to falls at a residential site in Wheaton, Ill.

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The North American roofing market is expected to hit $47.5 billion by 2025 — an increase from about $29.9 billion in 2017, according to a new report.


AUGUSTA, Maine — A Saco, Maine-based roofer faces about $1.8 million in fines for failing to protect workers, after one of them fell and died in December.

TAMKO Veteran Donate 2019

HOUSTON — TAMKO Building Products was among many organizations that teamed up to renovate the home of a World War II veteran that was badly damaged by Hurricane Harvey.