Metal poster manufacturer Metal Roof Shingle is known for its “metal roofing” products that are used on the roofs of residential and commercial buildings, but the company has gone bankrupt.
Metal Roof Shinge’s website says it is a manufacturer of metal roofing, but its official Facebook page says it does not manufacture the metal products used on its roof shinging products.
The company filed for bankruptcy protection in January.
Metal roof shings are metal pieces used to reinforce a roof in the winter, but many are not meant for use on roofs that are designed to be completely open in winter.
The metal shingling on the roof can be used to keep a roof from freezing.
Metal shingled products have been used to strengthen roofing since the 1960s, but manufacturers and their subcontractors have become increasingly reluctant to make these products because they often require costly and time-consuming equipment and maintenance.
The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) reported that it investigated the company in 2011 after a worker at the company’s Portland, Oregon, manufacturing facility reported that the roof shinger products on his roof did not meet the CPSC’s requirements for safety.
In November 2012, the CPSU issued a warning that “the manufacturer of Metal Roof shingle products has not complied with the requirements of the Hazardous Substances and New Products Act for manufacturing roof shingers and has not demonstrated an ability to safely manufacture and supply these products.”
The company was not required to submit a new safety report for the entire year.
The company has also been hit with a class action lawsuit over allegations that workers used a metal shingle to secure electrical wires, and the company settled with the CPSUs in 2014.
The CPSC also investigated and fined Metal Roof for failing to provide the required safety certificates, and in December 2014 the CPSCs office in Chicago said the company had “failed to provide a list of approved shinglers” to the CPS and the CPSM.
The CPSC and CPSM have not issued any formal guidance on metal roofers, although both states have issued guidance on the products that Metal Roof uses.
The metal shinging on the front of a home or office building.
Metal Shingle has also said in recent years that it has received more than 3,000 complaints about the shinglings, many of which were not related to roof shinge use.
In May, the company said that it was working to improve its safety and quality standards.
In a statement, Metal Roof said that the company will be making additional safety certificates for all metal roofed structures in the U.A.P.S., including all roof shINGLES, shingle installation and removal equipment, and metal shucking and installation and removals.
In addition to its home roofing and roof shanging products, Metal Shingle manufactures roof shiving hardware, roof shivering covers, roof covering accessories and roofing shingle covers.