Independent, third-party certification requires that an individual conforms to specified standards, and often involves a written, and sometimes a field or practical exam. Individuals who have been certified through nationally-recognized organizations are trained to install and service using best practices and quality work. M&M is a member of or is accredited by each of the listed organizations:
Owens Corning® Roofing Platinum Preferred Contractor Independent roofing contractors who meet our highest standards of qualification and are the best of the best in the roofing industry.
Top of the House Certified Preferred Contractor Independent roofing contractors, backed by Owens Corning®, who has been specially trained on how roofing, ventilation and attic insulation work together to improve your home’s energy efficiency and comfort.
GAF’s Golden Pledge® Ltd. Warranty was the first manufacturer’s warranty to cover both manufacturing defects and the contractor’s workmanship (see Golden Pledge® Ltd. Warranty for complete coverage and restrictions). Whether or not your contractor remains in business, GAF will stand behind his workmanship for 25 years! The Golden Pledge® Ltd. Warranty is available only through GAF Master Elite™ Contractors, who are factory-certified by GAF. The warranty even includes an inspection by GAF’s factory-trained inspectors after your new roof has been completed to ensure proper installation.** It is the strongest, safest warranty available in roofing today.
Vinyl Siding Installer The VSI Certified Installer Program is coordinated by a third-party administrator, Architectural Testing, Inc., which registers participants, reviews tests, trains trainers, and verifies company quality control programs.
James Hardie Preferred Remodeler All James Hardie Preferred Remodelers are dedicated replacement contractors. Members must meet training and development.
National Roofing Contractors Association NRCA is one of the construction industry’s most respected trade associations and the voice and leading authority in the roofing industry for information, education, technology and advocacy.
American Window and Door Institute Rather than just a “testing” procedure or a “grandfathered” experience acknowledgement, the AWDI Installer Certification Program relies on 5 parts:
- Regulated Training and/or Demonstrable Field Experience
- Required on-going Skill Improvement Seminars
- Industry Consensus Accepted Installation Guidelines
- Field Testing/Observance of individual Installer’s Skills
- Standardized Manufacturer’s Installation Instructions
ACTHA – To provide information and education to boards, owners and professionals involved with community associations, to help their organizations run more effectively and efficiently.
Community Associations Institute – An international organization dedicated to building better communities, CAI provides education and resources to community association homeowner leaders, professional managers, association management companies and other businesses and professionals who provide products and services to community associations.
If your ready to work with a roofing company who’s been in business for 40 years and has the experience and credential to back it up give us a call at 1-800-930-2905 or fill out our request a free estimate form on the right-hand sidebar. Read what some of our customer had to say about working with us!