Join us Thursday, September 8th at the 9th Annual Environmental Showcase at the City of Hope. It is all about the Response – Recovery – Resiliency. Stone Roofing will help educate Businesses on how to survive the next disaster from the top down.
Stop by the showcase and learn about what you need to know to survive the next disaster.
Stone Roofing had the opportunity to listen and meet special guest speaker Congresswoman Grace F. Napolitano at the Business Leadership Luncheon hosted by the Irwindale Chamber of Commerce. The Congresswoman spoke about her leadership role representing California’s 32nd District. Listening to her talk about the plan to help promote economic growth, energy and water conservation in the state of California for years to come was very exciting.
Networking and Building New Business Relationships at California Construction Expo this week. This was a great opportunity to get out and expand our commercial roofing business and knowledge.
Stone Roofing had the pleasure of completing the commercial roofing project for Huy Fong Foods. Based in Irwindale, California. Huy Fong Foods is one of the leaders in the Asian hot sauce market. They are known for the famous Sriracha sauce. The company is named after a Taiwanese freighter, “Huy Fong” that carried the founder David Tran and other refugees out of Vietnam in 1978.
A bright-white reflective roof was installed over the corporate headquarters, manufacturing/warehouse facility. This redevelopment project is the largest industrial structure in Irwindale’s history. The building incorporates sustainable elements into its design. A highly insulated, bright-white reflective roof keeps heat from Southern California’s unforgiving sun out of the building. This helps lower temperatures inside the offices and production warehouse areas; it also lowers the required energy from HVAC systems. A passive ventilation system was installed along with over 1,300 specialty designed skylights.
For more information on this project or if you have a project that you need an estimate for, contact Stone Roofing Co., Inc. at 1-800-31-Stone.
Summer has arrived and property owners are scheduling roof inspections, roof maintenance and re-roofing projects. With extreme summer conditions contractors need to be prepared.
Summer Safety Heat Checklist:
Early Morning Start
- Survive the summer heat with early morning start time. You can’t control how hot the day will get but a contractor can control their day by getting on the roof with an early start.
- Staying hydrated in extreme summer heat is top priority. Drinking plenty of fluids before, during, and after every roofing project should be the plan of action for all contractors working in the heat.
- Best defense from the sun is a uniform that keeps you cool and offers sun protection. Wearing a hat can be prefect way to keep you cool.
Cool it down
- Remember taking a break is important when working on a roof in the hot summer sun. Breaks are a great way to stay hydrated and cool down.
- The final piece to every roofers summer uniform is “SUNBLOCK”. Sunscreen is a roofer’s best defense from sunburns and long term prevention from skin cancer.
Make summertime roof safety your priority. Be ready for the heat of summer, get an early start, stay hydrated, take a break and dress the part. Don’t let the summer heat melt you off the roof.
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Today at Stone Roofing we would like to thank our crews and staff for their hardwork and dedication! #nationalroofingweek
Happy #NationalRoofWeek Stone Roofing was proud to donate to the Alvord Athletic High School Program. Donations will help provide much needed money to support the rising cost of funding high school athletics.
The Blue Book Who’s Who in the Building and Construction Showcase was an excellent opportunity for us to network with future potential clients working in the construction industry. It was exciting to personally meet with the various general contractors and vendors to introduce our company, allowing them to put a face with the name. We left the Showcase with many construction job leads and opportunities to pursue future projects. It was such an unexpected pleasure to get reacquainted with many contacts from past construction networking events as well as current clients we already do business with. We are looking forward to the next Showcase and encourage The Blue Book to present Showcase opportunities wherever possible.