Metal Roofing Manufacturers - RANZ Inaugural Professionalism in Metal Tile Installation Award

By: Metal Roofing  05-Apr-2012
Keywords: Metal Roofing, Metal Roofing Manufacturers, Metal Tile Installation

RANZ Inaugural
Professionalism in Metal Tile Installation Award

RANZ ( Roofing Association of New Zealand ) is proud to announce the inaugural Professionalism in Metal Tile Roof Installation Award which is sponsored by Metrotile.

The Metal Tile Award program is open to all RANZ members and is designed to recognise and celebrate the professional installation of metal tile roofs by the Installer. Over the next five months all roofing companies that are installing metal tile roofs will be invited to submit jobs undertaken by their installers and contractors to the Metal Tile Award program. The Award program is open to all products that meet the NZS 4217 standard for Pressed Metal Tiles.

The winner of the Professionalism in Metal Tile Roof Installation Award, which will be judged by RANZ representatives, will be announced at next years RANZ conference. The winner of the Award will receive a trip to the Gold Coast valued at $1,500.

The information in this article was current at 27 Mar 2012

Keywords: Metal Roofing, Metal Roofing Manufacturers, Metal Tile Installation

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