Best Roofing is providing an expert in Hurricane Preparedness for Commercial & Residential Buildings. Gregg Wallick, President & CEO of Best Roofing Inc. is available to the media for expert comment or analysis throughout the potentially active 2012 season.
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A second generation professional roofing contractor, Best Roofing’s President and CEO, Gregg Wallick knowledge and passion for the industry is the driving force behind Best Roofing’s outstanding reputation, growth, and success.
As a former captain of the Miami Hurricanes football team, Gregg believes the principles that were taught and the ambitions that were fueled back in college still hold true. The qualities of dreaming, reaching for and achieving success that are fundamental to excelling in sports translate perfectly into the business world and life in general. Under Gregg’s leadership, Best Roofing has grown into one of the largest, highly respected commercial roofing companies in South Florida. The team at Best Roofing now in its 35th year, continues to share that same enthusiasm and passion for achieving success.
Gregg is a University of Miami graduate, holding both his undergraduate degree in business administration as well as his MBA. Professionally, Gregg has served as the past director of the National Roofing Contractors Association and retains numerous licenses in the roofing field. He is a frequent contributor to Roofing Contractor and serves on the editorial advisory board. Gregg has long been an active member of many non-profit organizations and currently serves as Chair of the Board of Trustees for Keiser University and Everglades College.
Gregg is especially proud of being a husband and the father of six children, three dogs, and five cats. He and his wife, Liz, live in Plantation.
Areas of Expertise
• 35 years in the roofing industry
• Experienced Hurricane Andrew and all that followed
• Hurricane preparedness for commercial & residential buildings
• Wind speed, force and impact on buildings
• Hurricane-resistant building construction
• How wind affects homes and buildings
• Florida’s hurricane-related building codes
• What to do after the damage
• How to hire a contractor