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A Big Month For The Texas Roofing Industry

It’s been a busy time in the world of roofing!

We want to start by sharing our very own Paul Ramon’s article that appeared in the September 2022 issue of Midwest Roofing Magazine.

In the article, Paul gets into the nitty gritty of spray foam insulation and how it can potentially cause homeowners trouble down the line. He goes into the details of how spray foam can effectively hide problematic leaks for homeowners.

He also gets into how spray foam might shorten the lifespan of shingles and underlayment. In the end, he offers practical fixes to both, but you’ll have to head over to page 46 of the September MR issue to read about his solutions!

Click here to check it out on the MCRA Website and Magazine.

In other roofing news, just last month, RCAT(Roofing Contractors Association of Texas) teamed up with MRCA(Midwest Roofing Contractors Association) to throw a joint roofing conference! At the conference, leaders from both regions got together to talk shop.

With over 150 exhibitions, this conference was an invaluable opportunity to network and watch seminars from some of our industry’s leaders. From Home Builders, Remodelers; Contractors to Architects, everyone in the roofing business was in attendance!

In fact, Ramon Roofing was a behind-the-scenes player in this year’s conference. Paul Ramon, our CEO, currently sits on the board of MRCA’s Trade Show Committee and Steep Slope Committee.

In the past, Paul was the 2012-2013 RCAT president. He also sits on RCAT’s Government Relations Committee. Basically, Ramon Roofing and RCAT go way back!

If you missed out on this year’s conference, don’t worry! Oct. 4-6, 2023, the Texas Roofing Conference will be happening again in Houston.

While MRCA won’t be collaborating next year, you can trust that Ramon Roofing will be present!

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Oct 18, 2022

In Europe they use zinc roofing shingles. I have a diamond-pattern roof that needs to be replaced. It's 94 years old. I can't find anybody in DFW who will consider installing diamond-pattern zinc shingles.

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