S-5!, a provider of metal roof attachment technology, has launched its improved website, designed to create a more user-friendly, information-packed resourceful site for end-customers, manufacturers and distributors.
S-5!’s new website offers revamped content with up-to-date information and load test tables, featuring new and improved navigation, an enhanced user interface design and additional resources, including:
New Learning/Resource Center
Provides enhanced product pages, brochures, case studies, installation instructions and other marketing resources, providing the ability to filter information via multiple categories in a user-friendly database.
New Training Center
S-5! University features free live and on-demand webinars, as well as AIA and NABCEP courses that also are available in Spanish.
New and Improved Online Snow Calculator
Now more robust than ever, S-5!’s web-based snow calculator searches its entire test database to determine accurate, engineered options and quantities for any application. Helps users understand their roof type, allows them to log and save all project data, and connect with a distributor or S-5! personnel to request an engineering stamp; with an option for exposed-fastened roofing.
New Online Project Configurator Tool
Helps customers design their projects from start to finish and guide them to find the right clamp, bracket and/or system for the specific roof profile. A project dashboard allows users to log and save all project data, add multiple roof profiles, view all projects and offers advanced filters via multiple categories. The Project Configurator Tool is linked to S-5!’s snow retention calculator. (A new solar calculator is coming soon.)
“We are delighted to offer a more user-friendly, up-to-date website providing web-based tools to help our customers make informed decisions,” says S-5! CEO & Founder Rob Haddock. “With hands-on experience in the field and on roofs, we are always evaluating ways to bring competitive advantages to our customers, and hope they find our new website to be a critical resource for the success of their projects.”