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Logan Graff became Crest Exteriors Vice President in April of 2017 due to his impressive mark he made on the company when he joined the team as project manager in 2016.

Logan brings years of invaluable experience in a lot of different areas as in: accounts receivable, team building, sales management and training techniques. Logan is best known for his positive mentality he brings with him every day to our staff, customers and other business associates. Additionally, Logan spear heads all aspects of Crest’s sales initiatives and recurrent training. This includes, but is not limited to annual sales goals, growth and retention strategies, operational training efficiencies, and sales team recruitment.
Logan organized the Crest team in August 2017 to dispatch to South Texas to help after Hurricane Harvey hit, a category 4 hurricane causing catastrophic flooding and damage. Crest Exteriors helped over 600 customers including both residential and commercial who were affected by Harvey.
Logan has a motivational approach to working with others and has an ability to challenge his team to the best of their abilities. His professional philosophy is do it right the first time and everyone will be happy. He takes pride in making sure that the customer’s experience is top notch. Logan is active in his community of Prosper, TX and loves spending time with his wife and two beautiful children

Crest Exteriors LLC – Roofing Convention

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    Protecting your largest investment, every day.

    Whether from time and normal wear and tear or from storm damage, all roofs will need some measure of roof repair over time. Maintaining your roof and performing routine and emergency roof repairs protects your home and family and maintains (and even increases) the value of your home. At Crest Exteriors, they have built a solid foundation and trust among the Colorado and Dallas Metroplex homeowners by providing high-quality roof repairs and providing exceptional customer service.

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    Why are gutters important?

    The gutters of your home do more than keeping water from dripping on your head as you try to walk in the door. The purpose of gutters is to control the flow of water from your roof and redirect the water away from your home and its foundation. In areas that experience frequent drought, they are also used to collect rainwater.

    • Protects from Soil Erosion
    • Prevents Roofing and Siding Decay
    • Guards Against Foundation Damage
    • Helps Prevent Basement Flooding and Water Damage
    • Enhanced Curb Appeal
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    Roofing Convention 2020 Schedule

    Roofing convention schedule

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