CROTON-ON-HUDSON, N.Y. -- Mark Franzoso, president of Franzoso Contracting, has won the President's Club Award from Wayne, N.J.-based GAF, North America’s largest roofing manufacturer. He will serve as a member of the inaugural class of elite advisors.
Franzoso is one of only 10 contractors nationwide to receive this honor. This is the award's first year.
As a member of The President's Club, Franzoso will travel the country as a GAF mentor, mentoring other Master Elite (TM) Contractors in best practices.
“I am honored to be selected for The President's Club Award by GAF and as an Elite Advisor, I am looking forward to sharing what has made Franzoso Contracting the premiere home improvement and remodeling contractor in Westchester, Rockland, Putnam, and Fairfield Counties for 34 years--conscientious craftsmanship, superior customer service, experienced staff and quality products,” said Franzoso.
Franzoso started his home improvement and remodeling business at the age of 20 by inserting fliers into local newspapers. He reinvested the money he made from the first few remodels and established his own contracting business, which is recognized today as one of the best.
“The Franzoso team's success is based on delivering the best customer experience possible by using quality products, adhering to the highest customer standards, and employing highly trained craftsmen. I am looking forward to sharing our best practices with other contractors, allowing customers to make informed decisions about their home improvements,” said Franzoso.
Franzoso is a 13-time winner of all three of the prestigious Master Elite (TM) Excellence Awards presented by GAF. A factory-certified Master Elite (TM) Contractor is a distinction that only 3 percent of the roofing contractors nationwide earn.
For more information, visit www.franzoso.com.
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