Hurricane Ida: WrapRoof ® Solution Saves Buildings from Damage

Co-Founded by Spiro Naos, the WrapRoof ® solution saves properties from damage

In response to Hurricane Ida, we deployed our network of incredible licensees to secure historical buildings, schools, hospitals, and residential properties from further damage. We deployed more than 20 roofing contractors to install the The WrapRoof ® solution— and it was a success! Our in-house crews and WrapRoof ® certified contractors worked day and night […]

Hurricane Ida : The WrapRoof Response

As Louisiana, Alabama and Mississippi begin the extensive process of recovering from Hurricane Ida, the WrapRoof team and our network of certified licensees have been on-site securing properties from further damage.  Material Shortages Impact Property Owners Hurricane Ida caused widespread property damage to Louisiana and nearby states as well as some areas in New York. […]

Roof Leaks? Here’s the Solution!

If you need to protect your home or business from further damage due to roof leaks, we can make a strong case for why WrapRoof is the most effective solution.  The reason to shrink wrap your roof with WrapRoof rather than use an old-fashioned and inferior tarp is that WrapRoof works. The material used in […]

Roof Wrap Demonstration for Contractors

In the past three months, the WrapRoof team has traveled to Texas, Nebraska, Iowa, Kansas and Beloit, Wisconsin— the headquarters of ABC Supply Co., Inc. to teach contractors how to install the Shur-Gard Roof Wrap that is now available through ABC Supply Co., Inc.

Six Simple Steps to Become WrapRoof Licensee

Our core team in Florida cannot possibly wrap all the American roofs that need it, so our WrapRoof licensing program is available to general contractors and roofers all across the United States. Becoming a WrapRoof licensee enhances what you can offer your customers, which is the best temporary roof repair solution in the world. Even […]

WrapRoof Works For All Damaged Roofs

Mother Nature does not spare any structure from her winds, including churches, cathedrals, barns, schools, resorts and homes just like yours. That means on a daily basis we might be 100 feet in the air on a 18/12 pitch (a 56.3-degree slope) or 20 feet in the air on a 4/12. Low-slope roofs are easier […]

Power of Estimating with Satellites

Technological innovations fascinate me. In fact, one of the most useful tools in my line of work is being able to quickly provide estimates for WrapRoof customers using satellite and drone imagery from IRoofing and EagleView. Remember when the technology first came out on Google maps, and everyone was so excited to be able to […]

Weighing in on Roof Safety

I have a toddler running around my house, so I’m always looking to try and prevent ways she can get hurt. Falling objects is a big concern because some things can be big and heavy, and she is so tiny. Inside the house, my wife and I make sure furniture is sturdy and secured, so […]