Thursday, July 12, 2012

Tropical Roofing Products Launches New YouTube Video: ‘How to Fix Ponding Issues’



New Video Part of Roof Repair & Restoration 101 YouTube Series Designed Specifically for Roofing Professionals

Tropical Roofing Products, a national manufacturer of quality products and innovative solutions for the professional roofer, announced today the launch of: How to Fix Ponding Issues - the latest in the series of Roof Repair & Restoration 101 educational YouTube videos produced by Tropical Roofing Products. 

The Roof Repair & Restoration 101 YouTube channel [http://bit.ly/Roofing-101-Educational-Videos] offers free videos on popular professional development topics for everyone who works in the professional roofing industry. The series includes practical titles such as:
  • How to repair cracks and holes in a roof
  • How to prepare a roof for restoration
  • How to hookup an emulsion tanker to a spray unit
  • How to hookup a 275 gallon tote to a spray unit
  • How to spray asphalt emulsion
  • How to spray white coatings

WATCH GOTROPICAL FIX THE PONDING ISSUE - FAST!
“Videos have always been a great way to share tips or information on a specific subject or topic.” Richard Zegelbone, Tropical Roofing Products President said. “And our videos are popular among roofing contractors, so we’re making more of them.” 

Tropical Roofing Products is a well-recognized, nationwide industrial and commercial roofing material manufacturer. Since 1954 they have provided commercial building products that are innovative, yet dependable. Recently they announced the Notice of Approval from Miami-Dade County [NOA] for their Roof Maintenance Coating System.  This means that instead of requiring a contractor to submit individual NOA's for each product used on a job, Tropical Roofing Products' new system approval allows the contractor to submit one NOA for the entire roof maintenance coating system.

In closing, Richard shared, “These Roof Repair & Restoration 101 videos help enhance our expanding online presence, and provide new avenues of communicating, collecting and sharing what contractors want and need.  It’s our job then, to deliver.”

Subscribe to GoTropical News