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Watertite Team Members Complete Roofing Course

Posted Feb 11th, 2020

​Two additional Watertite Roofing team members have now successfully completed The Roofing Technology, Maintenance and Inspection course.

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Roof Leak: A Survival Guide By Zak Keyes

Posted Feb 11th, 2020

Your drive to work is terrible! The rain is blowing sideways and the wipers on the dash can barely keep the window clear. When you arrive at the office, you’re soaked sprinting from the car. Finally, you’ve reached the overhang of the front entrance. Refuge at last! However when you enter the building, it is clear that little refuge has been found. A drip strikes the back of your neck and rolls down your shoulders. THE ROOF IS LEAKING!

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Roofing Staff Complete New Training Program

Posted Jan 25th, 2020

This was a busy week at Watertite Roofing! While some staff attended the Duro-Last Convention in Phoenix, Arizona, others worked on completion of multiple roofing projects and a couple attended a week long training course in Toronto.

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Watertite Roofing Receives 4th Admiral Award at Duro-Last Convention

Posted Jan 25th, 2020

President of Watertite Roofing Archie Merigold along with Operations Manager and Chief Estimator, Zak Keyes, Sales & Marketing Associate Carissa Ready, and Production Crew Supervisor Aaron Ready, were the proud recipients of the Duro-Last Admiral Award during the Duro-Last Contractor Gala this past week in Phoenix, Arizona.

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15 Reasons Why Your Roof Is Leaking...

Posted Jan 20th, 2020

You may have a flat, or low slope roof and perhaps this roof is tar and gravel, EPDM, Metal, PVC or TPO. Regardless, here are common causes of leaks in your building:

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From The WTR Archives - Local Business Owner Helps Charter Community Rotary Club

Posted Jan 7th, 2020 in Other News

The Rotary Club of Dunnville was awarded it's official charter at a gala event at the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 142 on August 21, 1993. Among the 150 attendees included MP Bob Speller, local community counselors, present and past Rotary District Governors. and many distinguished Rotarians with their Rotary partners from the United States and Canada

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How to Choose a Reliable Roofing Contractor

Posted Jan 2nd, 2020

Your roof is an important investment, so selecting the right roofing contractor is like choosing a specialist for your own health or mechanic for your car--of course you want to make the best possible decision! Here are some tips that will help you determine the credibility of any roofing company:

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Roofing Sleuthing - What Can be Done About A Leaky Roof?

Roofing Sleuthing - What Can be Done About A Leaky Roof?

Posted Jan 1st, 2020 in Roof Technology

Every building has its own footprint and characteristics which are unique. So each flat roofing project requires special considerations, a comprehensive analysis, and site-specific solutions to deal with a host of problems or issues that may arise during the lifespan of the property.

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Mohawk College Merigold Family Bursary 2019/2020

Posted Dec 16th, 2019

"...It has been a deeply rewarding opportunity to help others succeed in life. Something that has always been at the forefront of our day-to-day thoughts and actions..."

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Why is PVC used in roofing construction?

Posted Sep 16th, 2019 in Roof Technology

PVC, (polyvinyl chloride) is a popular plastic with multiple uses. It is widely utilized in the construction industry as it outperforms many conventional building materials such as metal, rubber, wood, and concrete. PVC has become the preferred choice for outdoor and building products such as window framing, siding, roofing, decking, water pipelines, conduit, fittings and much more - there are a number of key advantages for it's use in roofing construction. PVC is:

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