Thank you Helen, for your genuine professionalism and loyalty to WTR!
Watertite Roofing is pleased to announce that our Operations Manager, Zak Keyes has been selected to represent Canada on the Emerging Leaders Advisory Board for Duro-Last
Perhaps you had previously heard of The New York City Cool Roof Program? Maybe not, so here's a bit of a history lesson...(yay!) Briefly, during the tenure of NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg (2002-2013) there was a specific environmental initiative to reduce the city's carbon footprint, save energy costs, and create an employment opportunity for young workers. It was supported by the Energy Secretary to President Obama
First and foremost, we hope that you, your families and your staff are safe and well during these unprecedented days. Covid-19 has proven to test every person on the planet in some way, and this is almost an unfathomable situation that all are working through together. For Watertite Roofing (WTR), our company showed corporate leadership and was quick to respond as this health crises emerged. We initiated significant mandates and measures into our health and safety plan
There are many ways in which building occupants, property managers or owners could unknowingly impact a perfectly good, sound roofing system or invalidate their roof warranty. So ask yourself the following questions:
Life is too short to have to do any job twice. I've seen it all too many times where a business person trusts another business without having ever checked their references or work. In the complicated specification world of Commercial Roofing this is even more important. A new roof can easily cost as much as a new car or even a new house. When dealing with that amount of money, connecting to the wrong flat roofing contractor, and or buying the wrong roof can be an expensive economic disaster.
Today, Kathryn Stengel, Charge Nurse at The Haldimand War Memorial Hospital was happy to receive cases of goggles and sanitizers and will begin distributing these out to over 250 frontliners throughout the Haldimand Region of Ontario. A global shortage of healthcare supplies has left essential workers scrambling to obtain items needed in order for them to keep healthy and safe while performing their jobs.
In the midst of a history making global crisis, the needs of many community frontline workers are falling through the cracks. Not only are they the boots-on-the-ground heros of our daily lives, they are also fending for themselves in many instances to keep themselves safe so they can continue to serve others.