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May 05, 2017

Purposeful Leaders Join Team Antis for Greater Social Impact

May 04, 2017


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Antis Roofing & Waterproofing Hires Two New Team Members

IRVINE, CALIF. (May 4, 2017)Antis Roofing and Waterproofing today announced two new additions to its growing family, Ernie Basulto, director of human resources and Susan DeGrassi, director of cause. Basulto and Degrassi fully embody Antis’ belief that every family deserves to be happy and healthy in a safe, dry home. They are advocates of the company’s social mission, and want to use their talents to drive the vision forward.

Antis has found in Basulto someone to both drive the company forward and bring pride to its acts of community service. Basulto hopes to create an environment that supports the ongoing needs of the company’s Hispanic workforce and showcase Antis’ potential in the American roofing industry. With a career spanning over 25 years, Antis has entrusted Basulto to use his knowledge and experience to strengthen the company’s leadership team, support its growth and build the organization's culture.

“I heard about Antis Roofing through a former colleague. When learned about the vision, values and purpose Charles had for his organization and observed how these principles were evidenced through the company’s acts of community service, I immediately knew that in joining the team I would be a part of something bigger.”

Most recently Basulto was the senior human resources business partner at the 5th largest retail mortgage lender in the nation. He previously worked for a number of companies in human resources leadership roles and holds a Bachelor of Arts in business management from the University of Phoenix.

With social change deep-rooted in the company’s ethos, identity and culture, DeGrassi brings to the company a wealth of knowledge across both the community association and nonprofit worlds.

“I am honored and excited to become part of the Antis team and expand the company’s reach and desire to do even more good, said DeGrassi. “I hope to lead and influence Antis to be ‘that company’ that inspires other organizations to get behind a cause that will make a difference with their employees, customers and communities.”

Most recently DeGrassi was the director of development at a highly respected non-profit in Orange County dedicated to assisting homeless families. Prior to her non-profit role, she developed a twenty year track record in community association management successfully overseeing eleven regions in California, 330 associations and $50 million in revenue.

DeGrassi’s experience will allow Antis to formalize its giving and growth strategies, leveraging her skill set to address housing, homelessness, and similar community issues. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in sociology from California State University, Long Beach.

"The addition of exceptional leaders like Ernie and Susan is a key component of our growth strategy for Antis,” said Karen Inman, president and COO of Antis. “It allows us to build on our culture and serve our employees while allowing us to give back more to our community."

For more information on Antis Roofing and Waterproofing visit www.antisroofing.com.

About Antis Roofing & Waterproofing: Founded in 1989, Antis Roofing and Waterproofing is a fully licensed, bonded and insured provider of roofing, waterproofing and decking services for homeowner’s associations and multi-family residential communities in Southern California. Utilizing innovative technology, comprehensive photo-documentation systems and the industry’s most experienced technicians, Antis has built its reputable brand on superior workmanship, honesty and transparency. With 80 employees, Antis has served Los Angeles, Orange and San Bernardino counties for more than 28 years. Antis is not only one of the most trusted names in the roofing industry, but also a respected leader in community philanthropy. For more information, visit www.antisroofing.com. 

 

CEO OF ANTIS ROOFING & WATERPROOFING STEPS INTO BOARD POSITION WITH ORANGE COUNTY RONALD MCDONALD HOUSE

Apr 19, 2017

Antis Inspired to Give Back by Donating Roofing Maintenance

 

IRVINE, CALIF. (April 17, 2017) – Charles Antis, founder and CEO of Antis Roofing & Waterproofing, has been appointed to serve on the board of the Orange County Ronald McDonald House (OCRMH). As a respected business owner, Antis is also a celebrated local philanthropist. He began his full term in March and will continue to partner his company with the organization as needed.


Charles Antis and team repairing roof of Orange County Ronald McDonald House.

Antis' own personal journey inspired him to pay it forward to the Orange County Ronald McDonald House. When his twins were born six weeks premature, the House provided a place of comfort during a stressful and frightening time. 

"The Ronald McDonald House helped us through a challenging time in my family's life, providing care when it was most needed," Antis said. "I'm fortunate to serve as a board member and contribute to the House's mission to provide a safe haven for families of critically ill children."

Antis visited the Orange County Ronald McDonald House for the first time in July 2016 after learning that there had been no roof maintenance in seven years. He immediately offered to donate support and seal potential leak areas. Since then, Antis Roofing has participated in numerous OCRMH events such as the Walk for Kids and Annual High Tea Fashion Show.

"The Board was impressed by Charles' commitment to the Orange County community, and his desire to support all Ronald McDonald Houses across the country," said Noel Burcelis, executive director at the Orange County Ronald McDonald House. "Charles was unanimously approved by our Board of Trustees to become our newest member in January. We consider Charles and his team to be true ambassadors."

Antis Roofing highlighted the OCRMH in their Philanthropy Suite at the Honda Center last December, allowing the organization to strengthen relationships with staff, board members and potential donors.

Founded in 1989, the Orange County Ronald McDonald House provides comfort, care and support to the families of seriously ill and injured children receiving treatment in Southern California. Last year alone, 700 families stayed in the House during a time of need, with 18,000 hours of service provided by volunteers.

Antis Roofing is deeply committed to charity and social responsibility, donating hundreds of hours of time and financial support to over 20 non-profits every year.

For more information on Antis Roofing and Waterproofing visit www.antisroofing.com. To learn more about Orange County Ronald McDonald House visit www.rmhcsc.org/orangecounty.com.

About Antis Roofing & Waterproofing: Founded in 1989, Antis Roofing and Waterproofing is a fully licensed, bonded and insured provider of roofing, waterproofing and decking services for homeowner’s associations and multi-family residential communities in Southern California. Utilizing innovative technology, comprehensive photo-documentation systems and the industry’s most experienced technicians, Antis has built its reputable brand on superior workmanship, honesty and transparency. With 80 employees, Antis has served Los Angeles, Orange and San Bernardino counties for more than 28 years. Antis is not only one of the most trusted names in the roofing industry, but also a respected leader in community philanthropy. For more information, visit www.antisroofing.com.

About Ronald McDonald House: For 40 years, Ronald McDonald House Charities of Southern California (RMHCSC) has been committed to providing comfort, care and support to children and families in Southern California. RMHCSC is dedicated to creating a community where children and their families embrace life and healing with a sense of hope, enthusiasm, courage and joy by operating six Ronald McDonald Houses in Bakersfield, the Inland Empire, Long Beach, Los Angeles, Orange County and Pasadena, Camp Ronald McDonald for Good Times, two Ronald McDonald Family Rooms located inside CHOC Children’s and CHOC at Mission, four scholarship programs and a Community Grants Board. For more information on RMHCSC, visit www.rmhcsc.org.

How a mission to Thailand shaped Orange County roofer’s business, charity strategy

Apr 03, 2017

Three stories above the entrance to the Ronald McDonald house in Orange, Charles Antis in a brown cowboy hat and yellow safety harness nimbly navigates his way across the roof to check on storm damage.

Several years of benign neglect has left the area around a ventilating system in need of repair. New wood, roofing paper and new shingles are at the ready.

If you weathered the storms, fine — maybe. But if you noticed brown ceiling stains or water dripping, you’re like thousands of homeowners who managed to get through the recession as well as the drought with little or no maintenance but are now paying the price.

“Out of sight, out of mind” attitudes have reportedly left roofers with 10 times the work of a year ago.

Like cars, says the founder and owner of Antis Roofing and Waterproofing, roofs need maintenance — clear paths for water runoff in particular.

Antis, whose company has provided every roof installation for every Habitat for Humanity home in Orange County for the last eight years, offers other tips that can save homeowners money.

Those tips in a minute. Understand, there’s much more to Antis than repairing roofs. His approach to business was born during a visit to an orphanage in Thailand and grew to maturity when he came to know a struggling family in Los Angeles.

 

Corporate social responsibility

Antis is the kind of person who sees something and ponders the larger picture.

When he went on safari in Africa five years ago with two of his five children, he was fascinated observing animals in the wild.

Likening animal behavior to humans is nothing new. Species live together in relative harmony — and then tear each other apart when food grows scarce. But Antis, who attended Brigham Young University, brought the experience home.

Raptors, even in urban areas he realized, are similar to big cats who track, capture and kill prey. Antis’ latest hobby is photographing eagles, hawks and vultures in action. His photographs on the walls of his office in Irvine evoke the call of the wild as well as the peace of the wilderness.

While serving as a missionary in Thailand as a young man, Antis met a little girl with spina bifida. He comforted her for hours and came away deeply moved about the meaning of service.

“There’s something that occurs on a mission,” says Antis, no longer Mormon, “that is magic.”

From the ground up, you might say, Antis learned the surprisingly complex world of building a roofing business. But in 1989, he had another epiphany working on a house in Los Angeles where a family of seven couldn’t afford to repair the roof.

Not only was there mold in the walls, there was mold in the mattresses. He managed to pull enough low-cost material together to fix the roof on his own.

“The more we give,” says Antis, now 54, “the more we grow.”

Today, Antis raises funds to fight arthritis-like diseases, raises funds for Alzheimer’s Orange County, is on the boards of Orange County Ronald McDonald House as well as Habitat for Humanity and a few years ago was named Habitat OC’s volunteer of the year.

As we talk, Antis mentions attending corporate breakfasts, lunches, golfing fundraisers. I turn skeptical about the value of such affairs.

But Antis explains it is at those get-togethers where meaningful corporate social responsibility is born and nurtured.

“Business people who believe in doing good are the people I hang around with.

“‘Why are you in business; why do you exist?’ is a common dialogue,” Antis reports. He explains the top issues socially responsible companies grapple with include caring for employees and ensuring a green environment.

Antis’ efforts reach as far as Mongolia, where he traveled to build Habitat for Humanity homes.

 

Roof smarts

As we climb onto the roof of the Ronald McDonald House, Narciso Alarcon, a field superintendent for Antis, introduces himself.

What this 37-year-old father of three is too modest to mention is that two weeks ago, Alarcon was named roofer of the year by the National Roofing Contractors Association.

“He’s the best of the best,” Antis says. “He’s the first one at a site and the last to leave and he’s good with people.”

Alarcon smiles at the praise — and then gets on with the job. Safety rope attached to harness, Alarcon sorts tools and materials. The goal is to leave a site not only fixed but improved.

I ask about a rash of roofing scams that hit the county a few years ago in which strangers claimed work was done when little was accomplished. Years later, unsuspecting homeowners believed — but couldn’t prove — they’d been scammed.

Antis advises going with a company with a solid track record and references, one that has photos or videos of your roof to show what was — and what wasn’t — accomplished.

Typical trouble spots on roofs include what Antis calls transitions, penetrations and terminations. In short, places such as corners, angles, chimneys, vents.

The most important thing is that there are no blockages, and that means clearing gutters. “One leaf,” Antis says, “can plug an entire drain.”

With rain Wednesday and more forecast, it’s never too late for maintenance.

 

For the complete details, please visit, How a mission to Thailand shaped Orange County roofer’s business, charity strategy

Antis Community Partner of the Week: Shauna Levine of the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society

Apr 03, 2017

Shauna Levine, Senior Campaign Manager at the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society (LLS), stands at the forefront of efforts to cure leukemia, lymphoma, Hodgkin's disease and myeloma. Beyond its focus on providing critical funds to develop advanced treatment methods to challenging illnesses, the organization, through its Light The Night campaign, serves a compassionate partner and resource to patients and their families. After learning of the Light The Night campaign and meeting with Shauna, we are determined to help this critical human fight. We have committed time and effort to the campaign, focusing on how best we can support survivors of these diseases.

Shauna welcomed the opportunity to work with us as a traditional sector company with modern approaches to corporate social responsibility. We’ve always tried to lead by example with our community efforts, and the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society has helped us diversify our portfolio of partners.

“Antis showed me and my organization that you do not have to be a large company to make a significant difference in the lives of others.” - Shauna Levine

Shauna and the society continue to educate us on the importance of advocacy in cancer research. We realize and understand the impact blood cancer has on patients and their loved ones. As our partnership continues to blossom, we hope to have staff members and other partner organizations volunteer their time to support the campaign.

In Conversation with Shauna

 

Give us a bit of background into you, the Light the Night campaign and the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society.

The mission of the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) is to cure leukemia, lymphoma, Hodgkin's disease and myeloma, and improve the quality of life of patients and their families.

At Light The Night, it is our aim to bring light to the darkness of cancer through research and cures. Light The Night is a series of fundraising campaigns benefiting the society’s funding of research to find blood cancer cures. We bring hope instead of despair by working to ensure access to treatments for all blood cancer patients. We bring communities together to celebrate those who are fighting the disease and to honor those we have lost.

 

How did you discover Antis Roofing and Waterproofing?

I met with Antis Roofing through one of their partners, Cardinal Property Management. Charles and I connected on a deeper level at the very first meeting. His earnest commitment to leverage his business standing and company to advance the quality of life of all who come across his path was inspiring!

 

How has the company supported your organization in its endeavors?

They have donated money and time to the organization and also support survivors, who often struggle to get back on their feet after fighting these diseases. Charles and the team have also used creative solutions to help us expand our network of support. As an example, Antis donated tickets to their suite at the Honda Center for us to offer as incentives at Light The Night fundraisers. Beyond participation, we have structured a variety of cause marketing campaigns that advance both of our missions.

What role do you see Antis playing in the growth or development of your organization in the future?

The awareness they bring to our organization by talking to their clients about us is amazing. Beyond these traditional aspects of support, Antis and its team has helped me as a professional incorporate even more innovative solutions to our model and programs. They really get it.

 
Learn more

To learn more about the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society (LLS) Orange County please visit: http://www.lightthenight.org/events/orange-county If you have any thoughts or ideas on how to help support the Light The Night campaign, Shauna is all ears! Feel free to email her: [email protected]

The next Orange County Light The Night Walk event takes place on September 23, 2017 at Angel Stadium. Make sure your mark it in your calendar! We’ll be there! We hope you will too!

CHARLES ANTIS HONORED BY ALZHEIMER’S ORANGE COUNTY

Mar 27, 2017

Founder and CEO of Southern California Roofing Company Accepts Honor for Service and Partnership

IRVINE, Calif. (MARCH 27, 2017) – Charles Antis, founder and chief executive officer of Antis Roofing and Waterproofing, was recently named a Corporate Partner Honoree at the Alzheimer’s Orange County (AOC) 19th annual fundraiser gala. Antis, a longtime philanthropist, was honored for his dedicated volunteer work and partnership with AOC.

“Charles’s efforts on behalf of Alzheimer’s Orange County knows no bounds,” said Jim McAleer, chief executive officer of Alzheimer’s Orange County. “He and his company have repeatedly stepped up and offered man-power, supplies and financial support when we needed it. We appreciate everything he has done, so in terms of honoring an individual that makes an impact for AOC, Charles was our natural choice.”

The Care Support Cure Gala, held on March 25 at The Resort at Pelican Hill in Newport Beach, helps fund the organization’s no-cost care and support programs and services for the 84,000 Orange County residents affected by Alzheimer’s disease, as well as accelerates local research to find treatments and prevention.

Antis Roofing’s Longstanding Support of Alzheimer’s Orange County

Antis Roofing and Waterproofing has participated with AOC in many ways since their initial collaboration in 2015. After the devastating loss of two grandparents to dementia in the last 10 years, Antis was motivated to partner with AOC and support their ongoing research to find a cure.

“We are proud to call ourselves a trusted ally of Alzheimer’s Orange County and look forward to continually building on our partnership,” said Antis. “This award is truly an honor for our entire company, as we all receive great fulfillment from donating our time and resources to helping this phenomenal organization - one that’s making a tangible, positive difference on behalf of those affected by Alzheimer’s and dementia.”

Antis Roofing gives annual grants to AOC through cash and in-kind donations, helping thousands of individuals living with Alzheimer’s and dementia access vital programs and services. In 2016 alone, Antis Roofing attended and supported the Alzheimer’s Orange County Walk4ALZ, the annual golf tournament, the Women’s Visionary Luncheon and the Red Shoe Society Fundraiser events. The company also donated many hours of labor, material and support for maintenance and leak repair on the Alzheimer’s Orange County corporate office building and the Adult Day Care Service Center.

Additionally, the company made Alzheimer’s Orange County the Platinum Partner in its ‘Philanthropy Suite’ at the Honda Center, allowing the organization to create and deepen relationships with potential donors, executives and community leaders.

Antis Roofing and Waterproofing is deeply committed to charity and social responsibility, working toward their mission to keep families happy, healthy, safe and dry with a roof over their heads. Antis donates hundreds of hours of time and offers financial support to non-profit partners every year.

For more information about Alzheimer’s Orange County visit www.alzoc.org and to learn more about Antis Roofing and Waterproofing go to www.antisroofing.com.

About Antis Roofing and Waterproofing

Founded in 1989, Antis Roofing and Waterproofing is a fully licensed, bonded and insured provider of roofing, waterproofing and decking services for homeowner’s associations and multi-family residential communities in Southern California. Utilizing innovative technology, comprehensive photo-documentation systems and the industry’s most experienced technicians, Antis has built its reputable brand on superior workmanship, honesty and transparency. With 80 employees, Antis has served Los Angeles, Orange and San Bernardino counties for more than 28 years. Antis is not only one of the most trusted names in the roofing industry, but also a respected leader in community philanthropy. For more information, visit www.antisroofing.com.

About Antis Foundation

Antis Foundation was founded in 2016 as the philanthropic entity of Antis Roofing and Waterproofing, deeply committed to charity and social responsibility from its inception. Antis Foundation was established with the mission to provide a safe shelter to keep families happy, healthy, and dry. To maximize its efforts and impact, the foundation gives back through roof maintenance, but also by supporting both local and national charitable organizations that contribute to the many demographics in the community. Antis Foundation is set up as a donor-advised fund with OneOC, a nonprofit organization committed to accelerating nonprofit success.

About Alzheimer’s Orange County

Alzheimer’s Orange County provides programs and services, free of charge, to Orange County residents with Alzheimer’s and related dementia disorders, their families, caregivers, and the community. Alzheimer’s Orange County began as an independent 501c3 nonprofit in 1982, became a chapter of a national association in 1984, and in December 2015, became an independent nonprofit again with all fundraising going toward care, support and research in Orange County, Calif. Alzheimer’s is a devastating neurodegenerative illness that weakens the memory and other cognitive and emotional functions. For more information, call the 24/7 Helpline at 1-844-HELP-ALZ, or visit www.alzoc.org. Find Alzheimer’s Orange County on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Instagram.

Roofing Industry Forecasts: Roofing at the forefront of building sector growth

Mar 10, 2017

According to Report Linker forecasts, the Global Roof and Insulation Market is poised to grow around 5.1% over the next decade to a $13.9 billion global industry. With increased attention, all of which are of vital importance to Antis’ model, the roofing sector will remain at the forefront of building sector growth and international life quality improvement. Improved materials that extend the lifespan of roofs and protect against cold weather, are at the forefront of industry evolution and our company policy. In the US, demand for roofing products and innovation will rise by 4%, inspiring addition growth and need for advanced companies like Antis, leveraging their experience and research to help construction techniques to advance. We look forward to continuing to build on our role as an industry lead both in terms of quality and community engagement.

Meet Antis Champion, Mr. Dave Bernardy

Mar 08, 2017

Our Antis champion for this week is Mr. Dave Bernardy

A skilled carpenter by trade, Dave began his tenure with Antis as a field technician. After distinguishing himself as a committed team member and highly trained worker, Dave quickly moved roles within the company mastery many different responsibilities. Initially, Antis was an employer more than a path, but he quickly realized that Antis provides more than just a job.

Antis’ numerous career developing opportunities helped Dave realize his full potential. In a competitive job market, building and using transferable skills and experience are critically important for security. Beyond, provided employee growth opportunities, Dave thrived with a company culture that celebrated skilled labor and community engagement. Dave's willingness to adapt to sector changes and embrace the company culture has won the appreciation of management.

I’ve witnessed Dave grow and mature, becoming a man with quiet confidence and tremendous dignity. He now sees the greater good in everything and works to play his part.” - Charles Antis, Owner and CEO of Antis Roofing & Waterproofing

Dave cites the working environment at Antis as integral to his development. Failing and learning by working in various positions allowed him the space to amass a broad background of skills that lead him to a key position within the company. Dave’s transferable knowledge allows him to assist the Office Manager, give advice to an Estimator, and tend to his own job. This startup type mentality pushes Antis forward. Dave says of the company culture:

“Antis takes care of their people more than any other employer out there. You become part of the family, you are accepted for who you are and support unconditionally.”

The social good values of the organization also create a sense of broader importance for everyone at the company, who feel valued not just for their ability to contribute to a business but also for their ability to fundamentally improve communities.

“Giving back to the community is something I’ve made a part of my own family values because of what we’ve learned here with Antis. Here you’ll find a very genuine and authentic group of people that truly care about what’s going on around them. I’m always excited about the future of Antis Roofing.”

Dave aims to continue being a conduit for Antis’ social causes while progressively building his capabilities to support the company for years to come.

We’re always on the lookout for talented, socially driven people. If you share Dave’s desire to grow and give back, click here to explore job opportunities at Antis Roofing & Waterproofing.

Antis receives the 1st place CNA/NRCA Community Involvement Award

Mar 06, 2017

As a testament to its leadership in the industry and philanthropic contributions, Antis Roofing & Waterproofing was honored to receive numerous awards at the National Roofing Contractors Association's (NRCA) 130th Annual Convention and the International Roofing Expo. Antis swept the ceremony, receiving the prestigious 1st Place CNA/NRCA Community Involvement Award, the Roofing Industry Alliance for Progress' Most Valuable Player (MVP) Award and the Best of the Best Award. The awards were presented March 2 at Mandalay Bay Convention Center in Las Vegas.

In addition to serving as a premier learning event for the industry, the annual convention allows NRCA to honor top roofing professionals for outstanding contributions, service and dedication to the industry. Antis was particularly honored to receive the 1st Place CNA/NRCA Community Involvement Award, a collaboration between NRCA and CNA Insurance Cos, which recognizes charitable acts completed by an NRCA contractor member.

"Antis has truly elevated the bar for philanthropic excellence in the roofing industry," said Reid Ribble, CEO of NRCA. "They are a company relentlessly committed to giving back, making a difference and seeing communities thrive. In turn, they inspire others to do the same. We are pleased to applaud their efforts."

Deeply committed to charity and social responsibility, Antis is dedicated to giving back and donates hundreds of hours of time and financial support toward non-profit partners such as Habitat for Humanity and the Ronald McDonald House.

"Philanthropy is the core of our company's story and mission," said Charles Antis, founder and CEO of Antis Roofing and Waterproofing. "We are deeply honored to receive an award that celebrates our positive impact in the community, at this significant event with our peers in the industry. In addition, we are excited to do even more good with the generous prize money awarded to the Antis Foundation."

Antis will continue to pay it forward by donating the entire $7,500 cash prize awarded to the Antis Foundation for earning 1st place to the Ronald McDonald House charities. The companies are aligned in their vision to provide safe and dry homes for families across the nation.

Of the 10 outstanding roofers recognized at this year's convention, Antis is proud to report that two were members of the Antis team. Narciso Alarcon and Manuel Cortez were recognized with the Roofing Industry Alliance for Progress' Most Valuable Player (MVP) Awards which recognizes an employee for outstanding on-the-job performance, safety, contributions to a team effort, and dedication to community service and volunteerism. Narciso Alarcon was also named Professional Roofing's Best of the Best and will be featured in the May edition of Professional Roofing magazine.

For more information about NRCA's 130th Annual Convention and Antis, visit www.ncra.net and www.antisroofing.com.

ANTIS ROOFING & WATERPROOFING HONORED AT NATIONAL ROOFING CONTRACTORS ASSOCIATION’S 130TH ANNUAL CONVENTION

Mar 03, 2017


Southern California Roofing Company Sweeps Award Ceremony, Earning Recognition for Outstanding Community Involvement, Most Valuable Players and Best of the Best

 

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IRVINE, Calif. (MARCH 3, 2017) – As a testament to its leadership in the industry and philanthropic contributions, Antis Roofing & Waterproofing was honored to receive numerous awards at the National Roofing Contractors Association’s (NRCA) 130th Annual Convention and the International Roofing Expo. Antis swept the ceremony, receiving the prestigious 1st Place CNA/NRCA Community Involvement Award, the Roofing Industry Alliance for Progress’ Most Valuable Player (MVP) Award and the Best of the Best Award. The awards were presented March 2 at Mandalay Bay Convention Center in Las Vegas.

In addition to serving as a premier learning event for the industry, the annual convention allows NRCA to honor top roofing professionals for outstanding contributions, service and dedication to the industry.

Antis was particularly honored to receive the 1st Place CNA/NRCA Community Involvement Award, a collaboration between NRCA and CNA Insurance Cos, which recognizes charitable acts completed by an NRCA contractor member.

“Antis has truly elevated the bar for philanthropic excellence in the roofing industry,” said Reid Ribble, CEO of NRCA. “They are a company relentlessly committed to giving back, making a difference and seeing communities thrive. In turn, they inspire others to do the same. We are pleased to applaud their efforts.”

Deeply committed to charity and social responsibility, Antis is dedicated to giving back and donates hundreds of hours of time and financial support toward non-profit partners such as Habitat for Humanity and the Ronald McDonald House.

“Philanthropy is the core of our company’s story and mission,” said Charles Antis, founder and CEO of Antis Roofing and Waterproofing. “We are deeply honored to receive an award that celebrates our positive impact in the community, at this significant event with our peers in the industry. In addition, we are excited to do even more good with the generous prize money awarded to the Antis Foundation.”

Antis Recognized at NRCA Convention

Antis will continue to pay it forward by donating the entire $7,500 cash prize awarded to the Antis Foundation for earning 1st place to the Ronald McDonald House charities. The companies are aligned in their vision to provide safe and dry homes for families across the nation.

Antis Employees Recognized as Most Valuable Players and Best of the Best

Of the 10 outstanding roofers recognized at this year’s convention, Antis is proud to report that two were members of the Antis team. Narciso Alarcon and Manuel Cortez were recognized with the Roofing Industry Alliance for Progress’ Most Valuable Player (MVP) Awards which recognizes an employee for outstanding on-the-job performance, safety, contributions to a team effort, and dedication to community service and volunteerism. Narciso Alarcon was also named Professional Roofing’s Best of the Best and will be featured in the May edition of Professional Roofing magazine.

For more information about NRCA’s 130th Annual Convention and Antis, visit www.ncra.net and www.antisroofing.com.

About Antis Roofing and Waterproofing

Founded in 1989, Antis Roofing and Waterproofing is a fully licensed, bonded and insured provider of roofing, waterproofing and decking services for homeowner’s associations and multi-family residential communities in Southern California. Utilizing innovative technology, comprehensive photo-documentation systems and the industry’s most experienced technicians, Antis has built its reputable brand on superior workmanship, honesty and transparency. With 80 employees, Antis has served Los Angeles, Orange and San Bernardino counties for more than 25 years. Antis is not only one of the most trusted names in the roofing industry, but also a respected leader in community philanthropy. For more information, visit www.antisroofing.com.

About Antis Foundation

Antis Foundation was founded in 2016 as the philanthropic entity of Antis Roofing and Waterproofing, deeply committed to charity and social responsibility from its inception. Antis Foundation was established with the mission to take care of the people of Orange County by keeping a roof over their heads, to keep families strong, happy and healthy. To maximize its efforts and impact, the foundation gives back through roof maintenance, but also by supporting both local and national charitable organizations that contribute to the many demographics in the community. Antis Foundation is set up as a donor-advised fund with OneOC, a nonprofit organization committed to accelerating nonprofit success.