Stan's Efforts in the Community
Helping out people in our community with the help of “The No Roof Left Behind” national program
At Stan’s, we believe that everyone in our company should find the time or resources to give back to the community. It’s part of being a good neighbor.
My dad, Stan Bumstead retired 8 years ago and shortly after retiring, he started volunteering for Habitat for Humanity, and at 76 years old he still does today. Soon after he started volunteering, I had Stan’s Roofing & Siding complete a couple of roofing projects for Habitat for Humanity.
But I was always looking for another way that we as a company could help out the community more. So today I am proud to announce that Stan’s Roofing & Siding has teamed up with “No Roof Left Behind”. No Roof Left Behind is a national program to give a family in need a new roof.
We are offering this program in the Southern Cook County Suburbs to provide one family a roof this year. Stan’s Roofing & Siding wouldn’t be where we are today without our customers and all of the referrals from them. So this is a way that we can give back to the community that we have worked in for over the last 47 years and give away 1 free roof on a house.
To take part in our “No Roof Left Behind” program, it is simple;
Between Feb 17 and July 10 you can nominate someone online. The nominee can be a neighbor, friend, family member, stranger or even yourself.
Then from July 11 to July 23, a panel will pick 4 finalist from all of the nominations.
After the 4 finalist have been chosen, the online voting will start on July 24 and end on August 23. During this time you will be able to vote for your finalist and help pick the “No Roof Left Behind” winner for 2014.
The winner will be announced on September 1rst and the installation celebration date will be scheduled.
Southern Cook County, which includes areas such as Orland Park, Tinley Park, Palos Heights, Palos Park, Lemont, and many more. Please take a look at our Blog page for further current information on this exciting new program.
We’re also committed to being environmentally sensitive when on the job or in the office.
Whenever possible, we use a dumpster company at our jobsites that recycles roofing tear-offs for use in roadways.
Our office recycling program includes shredding of all old paperwork and recycling it, using recycled paper for all of our printing needs, and recycling old ink cartridges.
We also have installed solar tubes and skylights to bring in more natural light and reduce our dependency on electricity.
Everyone can do their part in finding ways to be more eco-friendly!