Careers in Construction Month Forum
“Sustainable” and “Resilience” — Are they related, the same, or opposites?
CRF2 : Building Codes and Their Development
CRF1: The Impact of Buildings on Energy Usage
Air Barriers and Vapor Retarders: The Current Conundrum in the Roofing Industry
3 Ways the Right Drone Can Reduce Labor Demand
Top Five Issues Facing Building and Roofing Science Today
Protect Your Investment: Understand Your Guarantee
Maximizing the Customer Experience — GAF Contractor’s Corner Ep. 3
Shedding Light on Solar — GAF Contractor’s Corner Ep. 2
Proactive vs Reactive Maintenance
GAF Contractor’s Corner — A podcast for roofing professionals
When the Job Ladder is an Actual Ladder: 200,000 construction jobs and still no takers.
Generating Revenue with Commercial Roof Maintenance
Getting your workers home safe — an interview with the NRCA’s Harry Dietz
Three Myths About Roof Maintenance
Is your company’s future in the cards?
7 Tips for Standing Out After a Storm
Condensation, Dew Point, and Roofing
Enhanced Storm Support From GAF
How to Beat the Heat with a Cool Roof
The roof is typically the most overlooked part of a building, but GAF has teamed up with Architizer to shine...
In this final post of our month-long initiative focusing on insurance and how it impacts the roofing community, we are...
Contractors do not need to be experts when dealing with homeowner insurance claims. In fact, most states do not allow...
Successful business owners mandate their company to have insurance. From the employees to the property, everything should be covered for that...
For those who are not aware, September is officially Life Insurance Awareness Month. So GAF is using that theme to...
Coming together is a beginning. Keeping together is progress. Working together is success. – Henry Ford When I started this...
Read your insurance policy, don’t just focus on price
I’m sure if I asked most policyholders what they thought “I.N.S.U.R.A.N.C.E.” really stood for I’d get some examples like: Intelligent...
It’s not unheard of for a homeowner to hear, “Sorry, that’s not covered under your policy”. But what happens when that homeowner believes the insurance carrier is wrong? Who should they turn to?