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Also announced the pending release of a refreshed color palette for the Arizona, California and Nevada markets and surrounding regions, which also includes Western Canada.
February 10, 2022
Eagle Roofing Products
Eagle Roofing Products announced an expansion of manufacturing capacity and the pending release of a refreshed color palette for the Arizona, California and Nevada markets and surrounding regions, which also includes Western Canada. Eagle’s 2022–2023 Western offering will be comprised of approximately 100 flat concrete roof tile choices, as well as over 80 high and medium profile selections, and includes 35 new products.
“Eagle Roofing Products has thrived for over three decades because of our commitment to unparalleled craftsmanship and excellence in customer service," said Lissette Pamplona, director of marketing at Eagle Roofing Products. "We also have a relentless drive to keep evolving by exploring opportunities to expand and renew our concrete roof tile collection, supporting the beauty in exterior design while delivering high-performing roofing products that our customers can count on. Over the past two years, we have worked closely with influential colorists, architects and builders to ensure that our product offering aligns well with today’s needs and tomorrow’s trends.”
“Our best customers have expressed great confidence that they expect continued growth in the U.S. residential housing market in 2022 and beyond,” added Dave Skierkowski, Southwest Regional director for Eagle Roofing Products. “We assessed our business in Q4, made some difficult decisions and executed a forward-looking approach that will enable us to significantly increase our manufacturing capacity in an effort to take care of the builders who have committed to grow with us."
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