Eric Reno – The Paramount Story
Eric Reno shares his story about humble beginnings and how his life changed from living in a trailer park to owning a $5m/year business. Watch and learn how Eric took his passion for serving others and exceeding customer expectations to cultivate a pristine brand that has hundreds of positive reviews with nearly a perfect Google rating! Eric has taken his success from the roofing industry to help others build and grow their own business as well as becoming an investor in industries such as virtual technology and real estate. We hope you enjoy Eric’s story as much as we have!
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Sealing Your House
Although some may argue against well sealed homes, the fact is that a tightly sealed house helps prevent leaks, drafts, and unwanted guests such as rodents in the home. Preventing these gaps can greatly reduce energy costs as well as help decrease the possibility of rot due to moisture that can get between areas of your home. The largest waste of money in all of this comes from air rising into the attic. Although many people assume the most air escapes from windows or doors, warm air that rises into the attic and escapes through the roof is the largest source of inefficiency.
Commercial roof repair needs to be addressed in a few different ways. As a business owner, you need to constantly make the best decisions for your company to stay profitable. Sometimes this includes addressing budgetary concerns regarding the upkeep and repair of your office building.
There are a variety of commercial roofing options available to small businesses. Some of the most popular choices include asphalt shingles, wood shakes, metal roofing, tile roofing and slate shingles. Depending on your location, climate, and the extent of your roofing needs will determine what best suits your overall project.
Flat roofs can be used as a simple roofing method but they are not recommended for homeowners. Due to the construct, they are prone to sagging, leakage, damage when any remodeling, repairs, or add-on occur. They are also not recommended for use in cold climates as the accumulation of ice and snow can lead to blocking the flow of any water on them which can cause leaking.
We have found many ways of introducing light into our houses and homes. These range from complete conservatories made from glass in a narrow framework, through custom built, atrium roofing sections, to smaller fixed or opening windows fitted into an existing roof.