One of our favorite suppliers, Owens Corning has been awarded the “Partners of Choice” designation from David Weekly Homes. Way to go, guys!
Owens Corning has been honored for its commitment to quality with the highly respected “Partners of Choice” Award from David Weekley Homes, the third largest for-profit, privately-held U.S. home builder. As the recipient of this elite recognition for the third consecutive year, Owens Corning achieved an “A” rating representing world-class excellence in Quality.David Weekley Homes’ interactive feedback program is designed to measure, evaluate, compare, and rate 150 supplier’s Quality and Service performance on a quarterly basis as part of its National Trading Partner Survey. Ultimately, the National Trading Partner Survey is designed to challenge manufacturing partners to actively manage the supply chain to ensure everyone efficiently delivers high quality products at competitive prices seamlessly to their customer.
We love our siding supplier! James Hardie now has a very fun and helpful tool on their website to help you select your color for your home vinyl siding.
Let us know what color is right for you! Turns out we are “Mountain Sage” – sounds and looks very classy.
Check it out on the James Hardie website!
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Thinking of upgrading your roofing? Owens Corning has some great solutions for your home!
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reviewed a month ago
Quality 3 / 3
Excellent experience, professional from sales, planning, on the job and closing. Once we fax’d in the agreement the job was done quickly and done well. Had a roof replaced and siding repaired. I would recommend Sela.
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reviewed 3 months ago
Overall 3 / 3
I called Sela because they had guys who specialize in flat roofs and it was a well known company. They were very professional, timely, and the work completed was very thorough. They could have skimped on things and I would have never known, but they didn’t and they showed me. The roof is in great shape now, done way better than it was originally and I have confidence it will not leak again for a very long time. Thanks guys!
You can help us reduce landfill waste – by the ton!
Each year, up to 10 million tons of recyclable shingles are removed from the roofs of U.S. homes and buildings.
When you choose a roofing contractor who recycles torn-off shingles, not only do your old shingles not end up in a landfill-they get repurposed as pavement!
We are proud to be an Owens Corning Preferred Contractor and offer our customers shingle recycling!
We want to congratulate our supplier Owens Corning on their continued commitment to going green. As part of this effort, they have released their sustainability report for last year and, boy, we are impressed!
Owens Corning released its sixth-annual Sustainability Report, highlighted by year-over-year intensity reductions in all environmental goals set and an impressive list of innovation-driven achievements.
Among the key accomplishments highlighted in the report is a reduction in waste-to-landfill intensity by 22 percent in 2011. That represents an absolute reduction of more than 37,000 metric tons. Owens Corning also reduced its toxic air emissions intensity by 37 percent last year. That amounts to an absolute reduction of 236 metric tons.
Building on the successes of its first 10-year goals, this is the first year the company is reporting against its new 2020 goals. Introduced last year, the company’s 2020 goals are designed to expand the scope and further raise the bar on its commitment to sustainability.
The full report and a downloadable summary progress report are available online at: http://sustainability.owenscorning.com.
It recently came to my attention that your company donated roofing supplies to Andover’s baseball/softball program so that they could put roofs on their 6 dugouts at Sunshine Park in Andover. I wanted to write and say THANK YOU.
This type of thing will be remembered!! If I ever need roofing, gutters, or siding work, your company will be my first call.
Thank you again for supporting our community and our youth sports!!
Chris M., Andover
Owens Corning announced today the company will donate up to $1 million in cash and gifts-in-kind to Habitat for Humanity International over three years. The partnership will support house construction and revitalization projects nationwide.
The Owens Corning Foundation has donated $200,000 for 2012 and pledged $200,000 per year for 2013 and 2014. Owens Corning anticipates gift-in-kind donations of $400,000 over the same three-year period, providing fiberglass insulation, roofing materials and other products to support Habitat’s affordable housing projects.
“One of the most important benefits of community outreach and support is the positive impact it has on our Owens Corning team,” said Don Rettig, director, Community Relations, Owens Corning, and president of the Owens Corning Foundation. “We all like to know that we work for a company that is committed to the communities where we live and work. Partnering with organizations like Habitat gives us a chance to work together to enhance the lives of others right in our own backyard.”
Owens Corning has supported Habitat for Humanity since 1997, sponsoring special events, such as Habitat’s Jimmy & Rosalynn Carter Work Project, World Habitat Day activities and the Habitat on the Hill annual legislative and advocacy conference. In 2006, Owens Corning joined Habitat in a national partnership.
“Over the years, Owens Corning has supported a number of build and advocacy events for Habitat for Humanity,” said Larry Gluth, senior vice president of U.S. and Canada, Habitat for Humanity International. “We are grateful for their partnership and the difference they are making in helping Habitat affiliates create affordable housing in their communities.”
Sela Roofing and Remodeling has been recognized by Owens Corning Roofing and Asphalt for outstanding achievement during the 2012 Platinum Preferred Roofing Contractor awards ceremony. As an industry-leading Platinum Preferred Roofing Contractor, Sela Roofing and Remodeling received the prestigious Top Performer Platinum Award for its commitment to sustainable solutions through shingle recycling.
As part of the annual Owens Corning™ Roofing Platinum Awards ceremony, Sela Roofing and Remodeling was among a distinguished group of national finalists honored with a Platinum Award as a Top Performer in shingle recycling. In 2011, each of the five award recipients in this category collectively recycled more than 10,000 tons of shingles as part of the Owens Corning Roofing and Asphalt Shingle Recycling Program.
“Sela Roofing and Remodeling is honored to have been selected as a national recipient of this year’s Top Performer Award in the shingle recycling category for our annual volume of recycled roofing material,” said Pat Hall, Operations manager, Sela Roofing and Remodeling “As part of the Owens Corning Roofing and Asphalt Shingle Recycling Program, we are proud to bring the cost-effective sustainable solution of recycling shingles to our customers and community.”
“The Owens Corning™ Roofing Platinum Award winners were chosen based on their proven market and industry leadership representing the best of the best,” said Matt Lawver, Contractor Services Leader, Owens Corning Roofing and Asphalt. “Owens Corning Roofing is proud of the success Sela Roofing ad Remodeling has achieved within our Platinum Roofing Network for implementing shingle recycling to help divert the tear-off materials from landfills for use in valuable applications like road construction and repair.”
Introduced to the building industry in 2009, the Owens Corning Roofing and Asphalt Shingle Recycling Program encourages roofing contractors to practice sustainable building practices by providing support throughout the build process. As the nation’s first and premier program of its kind, Owens Corning Roofing and Asphalt, in alliance with Heritage Environmental Services, a national waste management company, has helped facilitate the recycling of more than 80,000 tons of asphalt shingles.
Homeowners looking for a contractor who recycles can now take a pledge to recycle themselves and find contractors at: http://www.roofing.owenscorning.com/homeowner/sustainable-roofing/shingle-recycling/