Commitment to Quality
Partners with High Quality Standards
They say you are the company you keep, and I felt that rang true in business relationships as well. Once we had our services narrowed to reflect our strongest craftsmanship, I knew we needed to surround ourselves with leaders in each field. Right away I reached out to make partnerships with suppliers and manufacturers that my team could be proud to use. The first partnership was with Windoor, a local door manufacturer, located in South Carolina. We just could not believe our luck as a team. Not only did Windoor provide rot-proof door jams so that we could offer a cost effective, energy saving door, but they were local. This meant we could stay in touch with Windoor easily and support the local economy here in South Carolina.
Forming Good Business Habits
As the owner of Rennison Roofing and the leader of my team, I knew I must practice what I preached. I had to show my team that we didn’t cut corners to save money. That if we provided an excellent, true quality job, then our services would sell themselves. I ensured that I was setting a good example by being the first to apply new standards in our field locally. 7 years ago, we starting to put Ice and Water barriers on every roof we completed. This ensured that each valley on the roof was protected at the highest benchmark possible. 5 years ago, we mandated that every roof gets a drip edge to give each shingle the longest life. Then 4 years ago we swore off tar-paper and replaced it with synthetic felt. On every project without exception, we remove all the old material, never just laying a new roof over the old, worn roof, as we find so often. We were, and still are, able to provide quality craftsmanship as a guarantee that we back with warranties, without doubling our price.