Jake Hyatt Appointed as President of Nations Roof LLC

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Nations Roof is pleased to announce the appointment of Jake Hyatt as President of Nations Roof LLC.  As of October 2013, Mr. Hyatt held the position of VP of Operations at Nations Roof LLC.

According to Rich Nugent, CEO of Nations Roof LLC, “We believe that Jake is a key player in our company expansion.  As we continue to expand our footprint, Jake’s commitment to and knowledge of the industry is a great asset to Nations Roof”.

Mr. Hyatt has an extensive background. He has experience in all phases of roofing and sheet metal contracting, project management, estimating, quality control and business management He started his roofing career in 1981 in Youngstown, Ohio as a second generation roofer.  He has held positions as Laborer, Roof Mechanic, Lead Man, Foreman, Superintendent, Consultant, Project Manager, Estimator and General Manager.

Jake holds a Bachelor’s degree in Business Management, with a Minor in Information Technology.

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Nations RoofCare – New Brand For Service

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Nations Roof’s is dedicated to service.  Nations RoofCare branding is being used to supply superior customer service and excellence on every roof.  The Service Departments Nations RoofCare brand focuses our personnel on our commitment to our clients and care for our client’s facilities.  Whether our clients have one roof or 1,000 roofs in their portfolio, we will assist in managing the roof assets.

Center for Urban Waters – Tacoma, WA

Professional Roofing, “The Beauty of a Project” by Chrystine Elle Hanus, June 2015.  Article Link.

When Melinda Martinez, CPM, RPA, senior property manager for Kidder Mathews, met Jennifer Stone, LEED AP, GRP, president of Nations Roof Northwest office, she had many questions about vegetative roofs.
“Melinda and I hit it off right away,” Stone says. “When she learned about my background in horticulture, specifically ‘green’ roofs, she started drilling me. She had been struggling with one of her buildings and maintaining the two vegetative roof systems they managed.”
After a few conversations, Stone suggested they meet on-site so Stone could get her hands in the soil and survey the situation. After the first site visit, Stone developed a comprehensive maintenance plan for both roof systems, but the plan was tedious and costly.
“It did not take long to see the maintenance to keep the vegetative roof systems to the expectations of the client and original roof planting was an extremely costly venture,” Stone says. “So our team quickly got to work on bringing together experts to look at the full life cycle of the roofs.”