Effective May 1, Crane Renovation Group is excited to announce that Owens Corning will be the new supplier of roofing systems for the residential businesses, Able Roof and Mr. Roof. This is a major partnership with the most recognized and trusted roofing brand by consumers. Owens Corning shingles were rated the best in the industry by Consumer Reports in both the architectural laminated and multilayered categories.
Based out of Toledo, Ohio, Owens Corning has been in business 83 years and a member of Fortune 500 every year since 1955, with $7.2 billion in sales revenue in 2018. As Crane Renovation Group looked to reevaluate our roofing systems manufacturer, we wanted a partner who shared in the core value of being forward-thinking. Owens Corning has been an innovator in glass fiber since 1938, and invented the fiberglass mat for shingles, which is now an industry standard.
Crane Renovation Group has complete confidence in the Owens Corning brand and quality of product. Owens Corning shingles boast SureNail technology, and protect your home with with granules for UV protection, asphalt for weather and moisture resistance, Fiberglas™ mat for strength and fire resistance, synthetic underlayment to protect the roofing deck, and premium sealants for water and wind barriers. The shingle lines offered by Owens Corning come in a variety of high definition colors, expanding customers’ architectural design options.
Owens Corning composite materials are integral to high-profile construction, and the reinforcement and restoration of architectural marvels around the world, such as the “Bird’s Nest” built for the 2008 Beijing Summer Olympics, and the Pearl Harbor National Memorial in Hawaii. Owens Corning works to ensure the safety of their employees, and received the prestigious Green Cross for Safety from the National Safety Council. Crane Renovation Group is confident this partnership will support our vision to “lead the evolution of our industry, achieve significant growth, and improve upon the basic human need of shelter.”