Posted by Brion McMullen on 4/28/2011 to American Made Snow Guards
It is truly an honor to be nominated for a Metal of Honor award and we wish to thank the readers who spent the time filling out the surveys. The NFBA Frame Building Expo was very interesting this year and even in challenging economic times, this industry continues to amaze us as attendance and loyalty remains strong. At this show we found that when customers were comparing snow retention systems, the current trend was for the consumer to shop for the lowest price. That's why we offer everything from inexpensive snow guard solutions to high-end architectural custom colored rail systems. We also learned that there are a lot of manufacturers turning to foreign markets for the manufacturing of their products to keep costs low. We believe that if the American consumer has a choice, they should try to patronize the companies that are selling products that are made in the U.S.A. Re-using discarded content in the construction of metal buildings will also help make a significant environmental impact and increase our energy savings in the long run. This is why we now offer the industry's first recycled snow guard made from post consumer polycarbonate. Now you can buy ‘green’ and still know you are using a trusted and proven snow guard made with materials that are comprised mostly of recycled five-gallon water bottles and compact discs. SnoBlox-Snojax is recognized in the metal construction industry as a trustworthy, nationally known manufacturer whose predominant business is snow retention. Our customers are our most valuable asset. We are committed to excellent customer service, “Hands on Ownership” and providing the industry with the highest quality snow retention systems at the best price with an excellent warranty. Our mission is to meet the constantly changing needs of the metal roofing industry by continuously researching, developing, professionally testing and marketing the “Best of the Best” American made products and we plan to be of service for generations to come.