Lessons Learned

Back in 1983 I was living in Vermont, taking on some slate roofing repair jobs, the occasional small addition (2-3 roofing squares), cleaning out bird droppings for church steeple projects and was generally just trying to figure out how to make my way. By chance, as I was focusing on slate salvage, I had run into Clark Hicks of Evergreen Slate Company. In hindsight, I think READ THE REST….

From the Archives: The 3 Grades of Classification for Roofing Slates

Another week has passed and here we are, just 20 days until Christmas! I don’t know about you, but I am a total sucker for all things holiday. I adore the snow, I love the lights, the warmth, the coziness and especially the time spent with family and friends. I hope you all enjoy the holiday season and are looking forward to 2019! I just know READ THE REST….

4 Projects You Shared with Us [Installation Images]

If you’re a regular reader of our blog, as I know many of you are, you know that every few months we have new project installation images to share with our readers. And this time it’s no different – with a slew of our clients sending us their project and installation photos, I’m sure you can imagine how hard it must be to choose just 3-4 READ THE REST….

Fall in L♥VE with February AND SAVE!

This month we’ve decided to run a special promotion: Any order placed & shipped during the month of February of our PP115, PP125, PP225, or PP325 snow management systems will get an additional 10% off! We appreciate our clients, and we wanted to give you an opportunity to save some dough, or to stock up NOW for future projects! When you call (888.766.4273) or email, just READ THE REST….

Worth a Thousand Words

446 words – that’s how long the body of this post is….but it’s worth a thousand. Every few months we compile all of the installation images our customers send us. We’ve received a lot recently, for both EcoFasten Solar and Sister Company Alpine SnowGuards. It’s always an amazing feeling to see your company’s products attached to the most important part of a building.  And it’s also READ THE REST….