SIG Roofing in Focus

SIG Roofing urges contractors to get winter ready

With the nights drawing in and colder weather on the way, thoughts across the roofing sector are turning to winter – and what it means for on-site working. Here, Richard Kendrick, marketing manager at SIG UK, shares his top tips for winter working, and looks at some of the solutions that come into their own at this time of year.

Unlock the potential of your business safely

Simon Johnson, UK director of credit management at SIG, is responsible for the recent launch of Business Finance Tools - a new financial package available to all SIG customers to help ensure they are protected and financed for future growth. In this article, he outlines how businesses can avoid any potential growing pains

The case for compliance: The benefits of the CompetentRoofer Scheme

Launched in 2006, the CompetentRoofer Scheme has grown to become one of the best regarded benchmarks of quality for the roofing profession. Here, Richard Kendrick, marketing manager at SIG Roofing, takes a closer look at the accreditation scheme, how contractors can get involved, and what it means from a customer’s perspective.

A flexible solution from SIG Roofing

In this month’s article, Chris Page, product manager at SIG Roofing, explores the latest GRP innovations for the flat roof market.

Rubber revolution: SIG Roofing on EPDM opportunities

Chris Page, product manager at SIG Roofing, examines the benefits of Ethylene Propylene Diene Monomer (EPDM) as a solution for flat roofs – and explores the opportunities it could represent for British roofers.

SIG Roofing on new ways of working

With more than 100 sites now working at full capacity, among the first SIG Roofing branch to reopen its doors was Working. RCI’s Nichola Farrugia spoke with branch manager Lewis Dunn, to discuss the measures the store has put in place to ensure that it is correctly set-up to safeguard both its staff and customers, and also discuss what the new measures mean for the customer buying journey.

SIG Roofing urges contractors to mind their mental health

Ian Dryden, national specification manager for SIG, is an advocate and fundraiser for better mental wellbeing across the construction industry, and discusses mental health among roofers, and the important steps they can take to safeguard themselves.

On a level: Finding the right flat roof solution

Relatively uncommon in the UK until the major housing regeneration programmes of the 1950s, domestic flat roofs are now an everyday feature on many British properties. Typically forming a central part of a wider conversion or renovation job, flat roof installations represent an ever-growing opportunity for UK roofers – one that Chris Page, product manager at SIG Roofing, is keen to see capitalised on.