Garland rolls out a new membrane brochure

September 21, 2018

New and improved High-Performance Membrane brochure is a complete menu of quality roof membrane systems from The Garland Company. This piece will answer valuable questions for architects, design professionals, building owners and facility managers.

The Garland Company’s line of high-performance roof membrane solutions combines two key factors: cutting-edge innovations and a proven track record of protecting building assets. Backed by a manufacturer who has been in the business for more than 120 years, these products have become synonymous with “value” over the decades.

To help customers continue to make informed decisions on the customized roofing solution that is best for their buildings, Garland released a new educational piece – the Garland High-Performance Membranes brochure. The brochure tells the story of Garland’s material offerings, manufacturing history, application options, surfacing options and accessories. The piece even covers what the company considers their very best product, their service.

Expect to learn answers to questions like “Why invest in advanced roofing technology?”, “Do Garland products last longer?”, “What application method would work best on my building?”, “How can I customize this roof?” and more.

For more information, visit www.garlandco.com or call 800.321.9336.

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