2010 Metal of Honor: Classic Metal Roof Systems

What makes a  independent contractor stand a part from other roofers? Differentiation. From Canada to Texas, Maine to California, qualified contractors have exclusive access to distinct profiles made with lifetime aluminum. This gives them the competitive edge as they grow their business.

Qualified contractors have a plan for growth and development that involves marketing, sales and installation. Metal roofing installers who work on growing their business instead of just working in the day to day of their business are best suited to succeed with Classic Metal Roofs. They leverage their marketing dollars and sales systems to share the incredible benefits of a lifetime roof to home-owners. As a result, Classic independent contractors have the potential for large profits with an exclusive product that delivers a lifetime of performance.

For 30 years, Classic has had at its core, the belief that strong relationships with contractors and homeowners, is the best way to do business. “We want our independent contractors and dealers to be equipped to market, sell and install with all the support they need,” says Todd Richards, vice president of marketing for Classic. “Our president, Todd Miller, tells us over and over again that we are only as successful as our customers. That means we do all we can to ensure they are equipped to grow as independent Classic dealers.” Classic offers qualified contractors complete marketing programs, intense sales training, and in-depth installation training at their facilities in Piqua, Ohio.

Classic has been involved in the metal roofing and construction industry since its beginnings in 1980. They are a founding member of the Metal Roofing Alliance and are recognized as a Metal Construction Association Certified Metal Roof. As an Energy Star Partner, home-owners with a Classic Metal Roof can save up to 25 percent on summer cooling costs and enjoy the added protection of a limited lifetime warranty.

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