Simon Construction Announces Entry into Carlisle SynTec’s Authorized Roofing Applicator Program

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Distinction allows national roofing contractor to offer expanded products and services through Carlisle SynTec

Simon Construction (907 Fee Fee Road, Maryland Heights) is excited to announce its acceptance into Carlisle SynTec’s Authorized Roofing Applicator program. As one of ten Authorized Roofing Applicators in the St. Louis market, Simon Construction is poised to assist property management companies assess their roofing systems. Carlisle SynTec’s Authorized Roofing Applicator program was designed to showcase experienced installers that understood the intricacies of installing their low-slope roofing systems.

Carlisle SynTec has over 45 years of single-ply manufacturing experience, with over two billion square feet of Carlisle Sure-Weld TPO membrane installed around the world. Because of their experience in the roofing industry, Carlisle SynTec is able to offer their “No Dollar Limit” Total System warranties to their Authorized Roofing Applicators. For building owners whose concern is energy efficiency, Carlisle SynTec’s white Sure-Weld TPO membrane is ENERGY-STAR qualified.

“To be recognized by such a highly regarded company in the low-slope roofing industry is a privilege,” stated Phil Simon, President of Simon Construction. “Carlisle SynTec’s commitment to quality roofing systems is evident in their commitment to energy efficiency, research, and development. We are proud to be accepted into their program and look forward to installing more Carlisle SynTec roofing systems.”

About Simon Construction

Simon Construction is a national construction company specializing in commercial and residential general contracting, construction management, site work, design-build, and green and sustainable construction. For more information on Simon Construction, please contact Juliane Jubinville, Communication Director at Juliane(at)simonconstruction(dot)com or visit their website at http://www.simonconstruction.com.

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