Due to the lightning and high winds on Friday, the “Over the Edge” building repel was cancelled until next year. As disappointed as we are not to watch Jason throw himself off a building for charity, we look at this as an opportunity to raise more money and support with our staff and the community for Special Olympics!
Welcome to our new blog, where we’ll post articles, tips, specials, current projects and the latest Ferguson Roofing news. The storm season of 2011 has been historic and heartbreaking, and it may not be over yet. Keep in touch with us by checking this blog periodically, and we’ll keep you updated.
We have a large customer base. This statement gives me more pride than anyone can know. It is the result of hard work of three generations that have operated under some consistent premises – do good work, do what you say, foster the relationships, and be fair.
We have always staffed for swells of work. This actually is to maintain the lengthy warranty program that comes standard with our roofs. Over the last decade, staffing has been necessary to handle the volatile storm years over the first half of the last decade.
I travel a fair amount. As a business owner, it is easy to get institutionalized with your business. It is hard to let it go. For me to relax and recharge, I have to leave STL – force myself to be AWAY from the business. This is the only way to unplug.