Summerland company receives top certification

Beaver Home Improvements in Summerland has received the master elite level of roofing certification from GAF Materials Corporation.

Beaver Home Improvements in Summerland has received the master elite level of roofing certification from GAF Materials Corporation.

Brad Hodgins, territory manager for GAF, said the master elite level is the most demanding certification available.

To qualify, the company must go through background checks and inspections.

“They’re the only roofing company in the South Okanagan to attain this goal,” Hodgins said.

Beaver Home Improvements is a member of the Canadian Home Builders’ Association. The company has been serving the region since 1981 and has an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau. It has been voted Best Roofing Company in the South Okanagan in Okanagan Life’s 2012 awards.


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