Protective Slip Sheet Company, ProtecProz, Announces New Website

ProtecProz announced the unveiling of their new website today which will help customers get detailed information about protective slip sheets for PV rooftop racking.

Ball Ground, United States - May 15, 2019 /PressCable/ —

ProtecProz announced the unveiling of their new website today which will help customers get detailed information about protective slip sheets for PV rooftop racking for commercial roof installations. Protective slip sheets from ProtecProz can be cut to any size to match the footprint of any PV rooftop rack.

John Penton, company executive, said, “The website was long overdue. We have over 75 years of commercial roofing experience and we wanted to get that experience translated on to the internet so that our potential and current customers could see exactly what we offer and the level of service that we provide.”

ProtecProz protective slip sheets can be used for many applications such as: Dura-Blocks, Gas Line Supports, Pavers, PVAC Racks and Inverter Racks. Slip sheets are made from different materials to accommodate the type of roof and product it is being used for. The four most common single ply membrane types are EPDM, TPO, PVC and SBS/APP Modified Bitumen.

“I am very excited about the launch of our new website”, states Penton. “We are finally able to display photos from our completed jobs as that is a big way for clients to see our work and professionalism in all our projects. We work hard to keep your manufacturer’s roof warranty current and protected. Oh, and it’s mobile responsive so it looks great on all phones and tablets too.”

The website features easy to navigate pages and a modern appearance with eye catching graphic images. It also is mobile friendly to properly fit on any device that someone might be viewing the site on. The ste has custom order forms so customers and start the process online and a sales associate can then follow up on the order inquiry. It also has click to call functionality for the person searching on their mobile device so they can contact the ProtecProz team anytime.

ProtecProz is a leading protective slip sheet company in the United States. They ship to all 50 states and stand behind the quality of their product. Contact them for more information today.

To view the new website of ProtecProz, visit http://protecproz.com today.

Contact Info:
Name: John Penton
Email: Send Email
Organization: ProtecProz
Address: 120 North Gate Industrial Drive, Ball Ground, GA 30107, United States
Phone: +1-833-934-6776
Website: http://protecproz.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 512612

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