August 2, 2012 10:10:22 AM
Firestone Building Products has presented Hollis Roofing, Inc. with the 2012 Firestone Master Contractor Award, Inner Circle of Quality Award and President's Club Award. Of the award recipients this year, only 28 firms earned all three distinctions. Recognizing an elite set of contractors that commit to unsurpassed quality roofing system installation and outstanding service, the Master Contractor Program annually acknowledges top firms that exhibit top-notch execution and an unwavering commitment to superior craftsmanship.
This year marks the 10th year Hollis Roofing, Inc. has earned the renowned Firestone President's Club Award. The top 31 Firestone Master Contractors that accrued the highest level of Quality Points over the last year obtain a coveted position among this best-in-class group of roofing firms.
Hollis Roofing, Inc. has also earned the prestigious Firestone Inner Circle of Quality Award for the seventh time. The Inner Circle of Quality Award annually recognizes a small group of Master Contractors that installed a minimum of four warranted Firestone roofs in each of the past five years, maintained at least two million square feet of Firestone roofs under warranty and achieved an annual Quality Incidence Rating (QIR) of 2.0 or less. Firestone's QIR measures each contractor's quality performance based on warranty repair incidences per million square feet under warranty.
2012 is also the 15th time Hollis Roofing, Inc. has earned the Firestone Master Contractor Award. The firm received the Master Contractor Award based on total square footage installed and Quality Points accumulated for outstanding inspection ratings on Firestone Red Shield® warranted RubberGard™ EPDM, UltraPly™ TPO, UNA-CLAD™ metal and asphalt roofing system installations completed over the past year.
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