Meet Summer S! Another one of our fabulous women in roofing here at CentiMark. As a Field Supervisor, Summer goes above and beyond in making sure that she gets the job done right. We are excited to highlight her in our next associate spotlight. Take a look at what she has to say about her experience working in a male-dominated industry...
Meet Sean W - Branch Manager at our Boise, Idaho office! Sean has been with us for over eight years, starting with us as a roofing laborer, advancing to a foreman and now as a branch manager. Read what Sean has to say about being a branch manager at CentiMark…
Preventative maintenance for your roof and floors is vital to extend the overall service life of your investments and helps to keep your employees and customers safe. We’re breaking down the many benefits of enrolling in a preventative maintenance program for your roof and floors.
Don’t let the floors in your facility become neglected. Slips, trips and falls are some of the most common workplace injuries and can be avoided with proper care and maintenance of your commercial floors.
In fact, same-level slips, trips and falls have cost employers billions of dollars in worker’s compensation costs. Areas of spalling, cracks, holes or damaged joints on your floors can be hazardous to your customers and employees if not properly repaired or patched.
While safety is a top priority for all of us here at CentiMark, it’s our outstanding team of safety specialists that really takes our dedication to safety above and beyond.
We are excited to highlight Malori H, one of our Safety Specialists out of our Chelmsford, MA office. Her dedication to keeping our associates and customers safe and her incredibly hardworking, positive attitude are contagious. I sat down with Malori to hear a little more from her about her time at CentiMark and what being a Safety Specialist means to her. Take a look at what Malori has to say about working as a Safety Specialist at CentiMark…
Changing the way businesses operate in a post COVID-19 world is essential to keeping everyone safe and healthy. As companies adjust to new business practices, CentiMark is here and committed to providing external rooftop safety accessories for your commercial properties to help keep people outside of your building and maintain safe social distancing.
Want to know critical information about your roof so you can extend its life and save on your total cost of ownership? Our Asset Alert and Asset Management Programs provide you with a thorough understanding of the condition of your roof so you can properly plan and budget your roofing spend. We’re breaking down the benefits of each program and how they compare to one another.
As your roofing partner, we want to be there for you to help maximize your business operations. Once businesses begin to open back up, you’ll want your facility to be operating at full capacity.
Our world has changed a lot over the past few weeks, and we are not immune from feeling the effects. We understand the impact this pandemic is having on our customers and want to do everything we can to ensure that you are still able to get your critical roofing projects completed. From getting your roof replacement to helping you prioritize your service projects, here’s what we are doing to help you keep these decisions as easy as possible.
CentiMark responded quickly with financial donations to help the food insecurity needs of food banks in the 85 communities where CentiMark, QuestMark and CentiMark Ltd. associates live and work.
Interview with Ed Dunlap, CentiMark Founder, Chairman & CEO
What would you like to say to CentiMark associates on the occasion of this 52nd Anniversary on April 19, 2020?
Thank you. The strength of CentiMark is and has always been the hard work and dedication of CentiMark’s associates. In 1968, I had one associate working with me and now we have 3,500 associates in 85 offices.
April 19, 2020 is CentiMark’s 52nd Anniversary in business. The success story of Ed Dunlap, CentiMark’s Founder, Chairman & CEO, is one of a dream, risk, hard work and the driving spirit of an entrepreneur. CentiMark, the Canonsburg, PA based commercial roofing and flooring company, has 85 offices in North America and 3,500 associates, who own stock in the company.
We understand the uncertainty that today’s world brings, personally and professionally. Read more about the importance of changing up your business practices to help keep you, your employees, your customers and our communities as safe and healthy as possible.
While the world may be feeling the effects of COVID-19, chances are your roof is not going to wait until the pandemic is over. What do you do? We’re talking about how to combat obstacles in today’s world so you can get your roofing projects completed to keep your business running as usual.
Whether your building has experienced snow, ice, rain, freezing temperatures or all of the above this winter, we always recommend that you do a full assessment of your building to check on the condition of your roof and floors.
Your roof is one of the most important assets to your building envelope. It is a huge investment and finding the right contractor to complete your roofing work is imperative to your project. We’ve gathered some key factors to look for when considering a commercial roofing contractor.
The roofing industry is not immune to the personal and business effects of COVID-19. CentiMark feels it is important to share with you what we are doing to help keep everyone safe and keep your business running.
Have you ever asked yourself when is the best time to start your roofing project? The answer is NOW! Lots of time and planning go into a proper roofing project. This is why we always recommend getting a jump start on your roof work before schedules become full.
Insulation is an essential component to your roof and overall building envelope. Essentially, roof insulation is a layer of material that is installed under the roof membrane to create a thermal barrier between the inside of your building and the outside weather. Not only does it help keep your building warm in the winter and cool in the summer, but it helps with increased energy-efficiency and is crucial in reducing the overall heating and cooling costs for your building.