September 28, 2022 at 9:00 a.m.
By Cass Jacoby.
This recent RLW looks at how Sika roof recovery can help your business weather supply chain issues.
With the Read, Listen, Watch® (RLW) initiative, RoofersCoffeeShop® has made it easier than ever for members of the roofing and construction industries to learn how they want, when they want. Whether you want to read a transcript, listen to a podcast or watch a webinar, the Coffee Shop has made it possible for you to learn your way.
In a recent RLW, “Roof Recovers Helping with Material Shortages” Heidi J. Ellsworth visits with Sean Fraker and Kelly Linhares-Nelson of Sika Liquid Applied Membranes (LAM) to discuss how this innovation can be an important tool for roofing companies to keep their business on track despite material shortages.
Supply chain issues are leading more and more building owners and homeowners to consider alternatives to roof replacements, like roof restorations that do not require insulation that is currently in short supply. The value of Sikalastic® RoofPro and RoofCoat recover systems is that they not only offer abundant material that is minimally affected by the supply chain shortage, they also offer an effective alternative to roof replacement that customers are looking for.
This webinar talks about how contractors can use Sikalastic RoofPro and RoofCoat to weather the shortages. Learn about which roofs are good candidates for roof recovery, different types of roof coating and how to use LAM warranties to increase long-term ROI for your customers.
Heidi, Sean and Kelly cover how contractors can use Sikalastic RoofPro to provide a seamless, durable, sustainable, maintenance-free coating that they can deliver no matter what is going on in the supply chain. By the end of the hour, you will know how to use roof recovery to grow your business and keep your customers happy.
Watch the latest RLW to learn about how you can leverage Sika roof recovery solutions to grow your business.
Cass works as a reporter/writer for RoofersCoffeeShop, AskARoofer and MetalCoffeeShop. When she isn’t writing about roofs, she is putting her Master degree to work writing about movies and dancing with her plants.