During the early stages of DaVinci Roofscapes, roofer Mike Heiland was one of the first contractors to offer and install our polymer roof tiles. A roofer for more than 25 years, Mike and his company, Heiland Roofing & Exteriors, have been installing roofs throughout Kansas since 1987.
When we started our DaVinci Masterpiece Contractor Program (DMCP) in 2007, we invited Mike to join immediately. Now we're sharing his thoughts on our DMC program with you.
Q: What has it meant to your company to be part of our DMC Program?
A: It's a tremendous experience for our company. When we tell people of our DMC Program status, it brings us instant credibility. We received great training in the DaVinci plant and we stay on top of advances and new products from DaVinci. Because our company has grown right alongside of DaVinci, we've got our heart in every project using these polymer roofing tiles.
Q: What do you think is the best overall feature of the DMCP membership?
A: Our status as a DMCP member gives us a selling advantage over the competition in our marketplace that can't be beat.
Q: If a roofer in New Jersey, Arkansas or Utah asked you if they should become a DMC Program member, what would you tell them?
A: I really believe that, if you're fortunate enough to qualify for the DMC program, then you should go for it. DMCP membership is restricted, and it sets you apart in your market. It's a no brainer for any roofer who wants to increase their sales.
To see what another DMCP member has to say about DaVinci manufactured slate tiles and fake cedar shake roofing, read DaVinci Masterpiece Contractor Profile: McRay Roofing.