What is life without adventure? We all define it differently. Depending on your personality, it can range from free falling from 13,000 feet to trying a new dish at your favorite restaurant. Adventure for three members of the Ferguson Roofing team is easy to identify: the freedom of the open road behind the handlebars of a Harley. For Brett, Troy and Justin, there is no better way to see the world than going full throttle with the wind.
By now, you’ve probably heard of the social media powerhouse, Pinterest. As one of the fastest growing websites in history, it boasts over 70 million users and drives more consumer activity than Facebook and Twitter. With 85 million unique visits each month, what business wouldn’t want to be part of the fun?
Long before the days of large corporations and publicly-traded companies, small family-owned establishments built the foundation for business as we know it today. Communities rely heavily on small businesses to build local economies and provide job opportunities. Ferguson Roofing has been a family owned and operated business for 75 years serving the St. Louis region. It has a long, healthy relationship with the city it calls home. The company prides itself on community involvement, treating customers like family and taking care of their staff. These values have not gone unnoticed.
We all want our friends and loved ones to live long, happy lives. We celebrated the men that mean so much to us by participating in National Men’s Health Month. This event occurs every June to raise awareness of the importance healthy living. The staff of Ferguson Roofing reserved a day to wear blue and distribute care packages to fellow employees. The bundle included items specifically recommended for the male anatomy like bananas and dried blueberries.
As homeowners, we know it takes a lot of work to keep our homes looking nice. We spend hours maintaining our homes, both inside and out, to keep up tidiness and functionality. One chore that often falls to the wayside is cleaning out gutters because getting up on a ladder isn’t everyone’s favorite activity. Not to mention it’s not the cleanest job. Neglecting gutters, however, can lead to some very undesirable and costly consequences for our homes.