Single Ply 101 (Part 1) with Bart and Dan from Versico

This is the start to a multi part series breaking down everything you’d want to know about single ply.

Bart McMurry and Dan Diaz from Versico Roofing Systems dive into the history of EDPM, PVC, and TPO and how each one has had a particular role to play in the roofing industry.

From how it’s made to how it’s managed make sure to stay tuned to not miss any of the following videos to this series!

OneTribe® Weekly – Prioritize and Execute

Today we cover the 3rd Law of Combat – Prioritize and Execute. We discussed that animals are similar to us humans in many ways especially the brain.

The lion for instance can only focus at one object at a time thus explains why a lion tamer usually carries a stool with him in the cage.

Humans are the same way. Rather than seeing all our tasks at one time it’s more effective to stack them vertically and look at one task at a time.

We hope you enjoyed this sneak peek into our OneTribe® weekly meeting.

Are there other topics you would like us to cover in future releases?

Let us know in the comments, we look forward to hearing your input.

View from the Top – [FREEWAY BIBLE CHAPEL – LUBBOCK, TX]

Are you dealing with leaks?

Ongoing repair to your roof that doesn’t seem to have an end in sight?

Well take a look at this week’s #ViewfromtheTop where we take care of these problems once and for all.

The property owner at FreeWay Bible Chapel was dealing with the above issues, and we stepped in to help.

We installed a retrofit single ply membrane over the existing metal roof with a flute fill instillation in between to provide FreeWay with weather protection for years to come.

Storm damage is no joke and when it comes to your property, we aren’t satisfied until we know your property is safe from extreme weather events.

We hope you enjoyed an inside look at this week’s View from the Top!

OneTribe® Weekly – Organizational Intellect

This week we talk about the inner workings to the different moving parts to a business. How to rely on your co-workers and their specialized knowledge, but not draw them away from their own daily tasks.

Balancing this is difficult. With the use of Organizational Intellect everyone in their specific role is a leader. They will either know or grow to learn how to mediate tasks and utilize the skill sets of each of their co-workers. Trust is the underlying issue that gets in the way of Organizational Intellect and once a business gets past that the plan starts to come to fruition like a well oiled machine.

We hope you enjoyed this sneak peek into our OneTribe® weekly meeting. Are there other topics you would like us to cover in future releases?

Let us know in the comments, we look forward to hearing your input.