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The International Roofing Expo [IRE] is the preeminent roofing construction and maintenance event where roofing professionals gather to see, compare and learn about the newest products, best practices and innovations essential to your success.

The expansive show floor and extensive educational program provide the best opportunity to discover the latest trends, advances in technology and best practices for business growth. 

Everything to expand your customer base, improve your bottom line and increase your sales is waiting for you right here. From top suppliers and unique resources to unbeatable networking and the best educational conference in the business — the IRE brings it all together for you like no other event can.


WHY ATTEND THE IRE?

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Nothing rivals the power of face-to-face when making important buying decisions. You can’t shake hands with a computer, but you can meet head-on with companies in a mutually beneficial environment that’s driven, proficient and highly cost-effective.

Don't miss the dynamic synergy of the 2015 IRE where you can view, touch, examine and compare hundreds of products in real-time. Online registration opens in September.

“IRE is the best show in the roofing industry in America. We do many of them across the USA and in Canada, and none of the other shows compare to the IRE.” Michel Goulet Louiseville Fiberboard, Director, Regional Sales & Marketing

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