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Hands On Demo Training Helps Industry and Government Work Together in Yuma, Arizona

The severity of weather conditions varies greatly across the United States. Severe wind in Florida is “normal”. Severe cold in Chicago, blazing heat in Phoenix? Normal. Drizzle in Seattle? Depressingly, consistently normal. But what if you install tile in a climate with very little rain, rare wind dustups and minimal precipitation during cold weather if

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Rosie the Tile Roofer?

It used to be that everyone you met in the roofing industry started out “On the Roof”. It also used to be that when you met a woman in the roofing industry, her husband owned the company. Things have changed and women are filling all types of roles, and the Tile Roofing industry is leading

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New Contractor Search is Live

We are currently updating the TRI Website, and the first feature to go live is a new Contractor Search. To try it out go to www.tileroofing.org and click on “Find A Contractor”. If you don’t see your listing, your certification has likely expired. You can easily renew on-line by following the instructions here. Normally you

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The Bush School

Lift and Relay of Gracemont Mansion (The Bush School)

Russ Vieselmeyer www.lrs-construction.com is a roofing contractor based in Tacoma, Washington. LRS serves the Greater Puget Sound area but has traveled to neighboring states for special projects. Russ is a Certified Installer with the Tile Roofing Institute, recently renewing by attending the class in Louisville, CO. Gracemont Mansion is a historic building on the The

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