Feeling Grateful!

We’re kicking back and counting our blessings.

We’re kicking back and counting our blessings.

Where in the world did 2015 go? It’s hard to believe we’re already well into November. Instead of feeling stunned by how quickly time flies, we’re choosing to embrace the season and count our blessings. It’s been a landmark year for the Roof Monitor™ team. Here are just a few of last year’s the greatest pieces that leave us feeling incredibly thankful.

Our customers.
While our staff has decades of cumulative experience and our technology took years to perfect, we’re a young company. The businesses around the country that have recognized the value of the Roof Monitor™ system and signed on over the last two years have given us the fuel and encouragement needed to continue our mission of making roofs safer. Let’s hear it for the early adopters whose vision helps push the entire world forward.

Our certified dealers.
We have a broad network of certified Roof Monitor system dealers whose expertise has exceeded our already sky-high expectations. Our dealers are our partners, and they enable us to service customers all over the country with the level of care and experience our technology demands.

Our roofing peers.
The roofing industry is full of some of the smartest, hardest working men and women in the world. We love talking shop, and our roofing contractor peers around the country have been pillars of support and invaluable sounding boards.

Our technology.
Our technological capabilities grew over the last year as we added Edge Defense™ to the Roof Monitor™ system. Edge Defense™ complements Roof Sensor™, our flagship technology, perfectly. We now have one of the most comprehensive rooftop safety systems available on the market, and no one else does what we do.

Our staff.
Roof Monitor’s in-house team is such a dedicated collection of pros. We love science, start-ups, people, and roofing, and we truly believe in our mission. Together, we’ll turn every low-sloped roof into a smart roof, saving lives and livelihoods around the world.

Photo by Zak Suhar, via Snapwire with Creative Commons License

Posted on: November 13, 2015