MRA Gains Two New Members As Demand For Metal Roofing Grows
Contact: Darcie Meihoff, Metal Roofing Alliance (MRA), [email protected] or 971-998-3782PORTLAND, Ore.—With interest booming in residential metal roofing, two metal roofing companies have recently joined the Metal Roofing Alliance (MRA) as new members, including:
Reinke Shakes , based in Hebron, Nebraska, has joined the Metal Roofing Alliance as a manufacturer member. With a long history producing both aluminum and copper roofing shingles that have been installed throughout the United States and internationally, the company’s products have been used for both residential as well as commercial roofing projects. For more information about Reinke Shakes, visit reinkeshakes.com.
ASC Profiles LLC, one of the world’s leading manufacturers of steel roof, wall products, structural roof and floor desks, has joined the MRA as a manufacturer member. Headquartered in West Sacramento, Calif., the company operates manufacturing plants throughout the west, including California, Washington, Oregon, Utah and Alaska. It supplies metal roofing solutions for residential, agricultural and light commercial projects. For more information, visit the company’s website at ascbp.com.
Since 1998, MRA has served as a leading voice in driving market adoption of metal roofing and raising awareness for its exceptional durability, environmental benefits and all-season protection in any climate. As a nonprofit organization, MRA members benefit from increased marketing support, online lead generation and increased awareness through consumer and contractor information and educational initiatives. MRA offers membership opportunities for manufacturers, material suppliers, accessory, ancillary and association companies.
“It’s a great time to be in the metal roofing business,” said Renee Ramey, executive director of the Metal Roofing Alliance. “More homeowners are realizing its many benefits and it is through the collective efforts of our members that we’ll continue to grow and increase opportunities to capture market share in both the United States and Canada.”