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Building resilience with proactive weather protection

MetalTalk Building resilience with proactive weather protection
June 13, 2024 at 9:00 a.m.

By Emma Peterson. 

Register for this webinar to learn how contractors can help protect their clients and their clients’ properties from storm damage. 

As each season passes, there is a new weather concern to keep an eye on. From severe hail to wildfires to hurricanes and other weather events, there are a lot of situations that home and building owners must prepare their properties for. Luckily, there are many ways that contractors can step in and help consumers protect their homes using the latest roofing innovations. In this MetalTalk™ webinar, Karen Edwards hosts Cody Raymond and Lindsey Riddle of Westlake Royal Roofing Solutions to discuss these challenges and the options available for mitigating the damages. 

Lindsey and Cody are both territory sales managers for Westlake. They have seen their share of weather events in their home states with Lindsey based in Florida and Cody in Utah. Their conversation with Karen will include an explanation of proactive decisions, such as ensuring that the installed products have a Class 4 Impact Resistant rating and a high wind warranty. These types of high-performance product installation are key to helping the consumer’s building survive the storm. It is key that contractors train their crews with extreme weather resources to ensure that the right products are installed correctly.  

While the duo is focused on what contractors can do to prepare consumers for these weather events, they make sure to cover what home and building owners need to know as well. This includes insurance information and the creation of a disaster response plan. Additionally, they discuss building contractor-consumer relationships in order to make the process of repairs smoother in the aftermath of a storm. 

Register for the webinar to hear their full discussion and learn what to do in the face of extreme weather.  

Learn more about Westlake Royal Roofing Solutions in their Coffee Shop Directory or visit www.westlakeroyalroofing.com.

About Emma

Emma is a content intern for the Coffee Shops and AskARoofer™. When she's not writing, she enjoys a good movie night with friends and trying to cook new recipes.



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