5 demands to GAF corporation: from roofing insights community. Comment below if you agree with our demands and if you find me reasonable or not reasonable 5 demands to GAF corporation: from roofing insights community. Comment below if you agree with our demands and if you find me reasonable or not reasonable.
1. Admit that Minneapolis plant is outdated and has been making low quality and defective products for years.
2. Discontinue GAF glenwood shingles.
3. Change agreement with Certified contractors to allow contractors to freely talk about quality of products and not to be afraid to get sued.
4. Allow roofing insights to compare GAF shingles to competitive and best journalistic way.
5. Reversal of 50 year warranty to 30 year.
Bonus Demand: Compensate Dmitry for 2016 legal action.
01:25 If you’re irrelevant you’ll get crushed
02:30 Admit that Minneapolis plant is outdated and has been making low quality and defective products for years
08:59 Discontinue GAF Glenwood shingles
10:44 Change agreement with certified contractors to allow contractors to freely talk about quality of products and not be afraid to get sued
11:35 Allow Roofing Insights to compare GAF shingles in a competitive and journalistic manner
12:35 Reversal of 50-year warranty to 30-year warranty
15:08 Compensate Roofing Insights for 2016 lawsuit
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