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Is mechanical fixing home and dry?

By Janine Brady, marketing manager at SIG Roofing

Be warranty-wise

Janine Brady of SIG Roofing outlines the key points you should look out for when it comes to product warranties

Conservation roofing – what’s the issue?

Stuart Base, head of marketing at SIG Roofing, considers the issues surrounding roofing in conservation areas and encourages contractors to seek specialist help before embarking on such projects

Reputation is everything

Reputation is key when looking to attract customers

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.

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.

How to right a wrong with new consumer legislation

By Janine Brady, marketing manager at SIG Roofing

Manage the risk: Safety at height

By Janine Brady, marketing manager at SIG Roofing

Flat roof waterproofing – the choice is yours

Janine Brady, marketing manager for SIG Roofing, takes a look at the wide range of flat roofing options on offer to the market

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