HADDON TOWNSHIP, N.J. (May 2, 2022) — As countless locals already attest, the team at Attics and More are some of the most knowledgeable in the industry. Now, that status has been recognized by the writers at the Redfin blog, a premier source of information about buying, selling and renting homes.
Attics and More was recently brought in as an expert source to collaborate on Experts Weigh In: What Is the Best Roofing Material for Your Home?, a post recently published on Redfin.com.
Owner, Michele DuCoin, said being cited in the article is a testament to Attics and More’s dedication to using the latest technology and methods: “It’s a tremendous honor for Attics and More to be chosen by Redfin as a reliable source of industry expertise,” DuCoin said. “Being a one-stop shop for attic needs requires a surprising amount of information in order to be successful, and the entire company takes pride in knowing about and implementing the latest innovations in the industry.”
DuCoin added: “Our many satisfied customers and glowing reviews were a local reflection of our dedication to being the best in our industry. Now, the level of ability and service is growing to a much larger, more national audience. We are thrilled to be counted among Redfin’s trusted industry insiders.”
While Attics and More is centrally located in New Jersey, their partnerships with other experts across the U.S. means their proprietary, innovative and eco-technologies are utilized country-wide.
“We started out with a very narrow focus on attic insulation and ventilation. Over time, we’ve grown a lot, and a big part of that is thanks to our partners, including experts in roofing. We know that there is a direct relationship between an attic and other elements of a building’s envelope. Continuing to educate others in the space on the opportunity to build healthier roofing systems by not neglecting the attic is something we’re really passionate about. With support from recognized brands like Redfin, we’re confident we’ll continue to make a positive global impact.”