Asheville, NC (PRWEB) June 25, 2013
Johns Manville, a Berkshire Hathaway company and a leading manufacturer and marketer of premium-quality building and specialty products for commercial, industrial and residential applications has awarded North American Roofing with their highest achievement award, membership in the elite and exclusive Pinnacle Council.
Fewer than two dozen commercial roofing companies in the entire United States and fewer than 30 worldwide qualify for this honor.
Criteria for inclusion in Johns Manville’s Pinnacle Council are stringent: A roofing company must have a virtually flawless installation record of Manville roofing systems; the company must demonstrate financial stability; and the roofing company’s track record for customer service must be outstanding.
“North American Roofing has worked extremely hard to excel in all these areas,” Brian Verble, President and CEO of North American Roofing said from their headquarters in Asheville, NC. “We are honored that Johns Manville has confidence and trust in us and recognizes the dedication of our incredible employees for their continued hard work.”
Since becoming an Approved Contractor for Johns Manville in 2009, North American Roofing has installed and received guarantees on over 7.1 million square feet of their roofing systems.
ABOUT NORTH AMERICAN ROOFING – A pioneer in the commercial single-ply roofing industry since 1979, North American Roofing specializes in commercial and industrial low-slope roof systems and is the 3rd largest commercial and industrial roofing company in the United States. In addition to installation, repair and preventative maintenance, the company continues to expand its operation, which now includes the North American Roofing’s Energy Services Group specializing in integrated solar roofing and energy systems by designing and installing high caliber solar arrays. Employee-owned and in continuous operation for three generations, North American Roofing has installed and serviced more than 950 million square feet of roofing on more than 19,500 facilities across the United States, in its 33-year history.