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S-5!® founder Rob Haddock has thirty-five years in the industry. Starting out as a metal building erector, today Rob is a well-known metal roof consultant, author, speaker and inventor. Throughout it all, Rob has been unwavering in his belief that metal roofing is superior to other types of roofing, and believes just as strongly today that his S-5!® clamp innovation is making metal the most user-friendly roof type on the market today. There is simply no other roof to which things can be attached with such ease, economy and security, he said.
Today, Rob serves as Director of the Metal Roof Advisory Group, Ltd., a consulting firm performing a variety of services for a worldwide clientele. For fifteen years Rob operated one of the nation’s largest metal roofing companies with some 10 million square feet of successful installations nationwide. He has authored a number of training and educational curricula for various trade groups, and, having studied metal roofing history and applications both domestically and abroad, he offers unique insight into this ancient but fascinating field.
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Module-Level Power Electronics (MLPE), such as microinverters and optimizers help improve the performance and energy production of your solar PV system design. MLPE can be installed when using rails or direct-attach™ (rail-less) mounting to metal roofs. By Kimberly Reichert, Content Writer, S-5! The perfect solar design is hard to come by. With every project, certain… [Read More]
S-5! Metal Roof Innovations, an authority on metal roof attachment solutions, has been awarded the Metal Construction Association (MCA) Chairman’s Award for metal construction projects of 2019 in the residential category for providing solar mounts to a sustainable California neighborhood. Each year the MCA recognizes outstanding metal construction projects in North America. The chairman’s award… [Read More]
S-5!, an authority on metal roof attachment solutions, recently participated in a complex solar conversion project at a manufacturing facility in Clinton, Illinois. This large-scale, multi-faceted project at the McElroy Metal plant required a two-fold approach as the facility consisted of two different metal roof types: a face-attached trapezoidal profile on one section of the… [Read More]