Now there’s been a few rouge hurricanes in the north these last few years but you may be asking yourself if you have a building in the north why would you be interested in installing hurricane stands on your roof. Good question! But we have found that the use of rooftop hurricane stands has many benefits other than securing roof top units from high winds.
About Chris Jurin
A second generation roofing contractor, Christophor Jurin has been involved in leadership positions within the roofing industry throughout his career. He has served as the Vice President of National Roofing Partners as well as serving two three-year terms as a member of the board of directors of the National Roofing Contractors Association. He has contributed additional time in service working with various committees in each of the organizations.
Christophor has worked on multiple roofing projects and project designs in excess of 10 million square feet over his career. His experience with systems includes all types including single-ply, built-up, modified, and metal, shingles and various steep slope materials.