Jerrad Richmond has been working at Richmond Exteriors for over 15 years. He originally started working in the warehouse at Richmond Exteriors after school while he was high school. After graduating high school, Jerrad went to Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana to study business. Throughout his years at college, Jerrad worked at Richmond Exteriors in the summers as an outside sales representative. In 2008, Jerrad graduated with a double major in Business Management and Entrepreneurship from the Kelley School of Business at IU. Immediately after graduation, Jerrad started working for Richmond Exterior full time. He continued his role as a Sales Representative for a few years until he became the top sales person several years running. As a result of being the top Sales Representative for a few years, Jerrad was soon promoted to Sales & Marketing Manager. He continues in this role and strives to improve customers' remodeling expectations so their overall experience is more enjoyable and as effortless as possible. When Jerrad is not at the office he enjoys playing basketball, working out, listening to live music, boating, and spending time with his family. Jerrad is also a big Colts, Pacers, and IU basketball fan!
Richmond Exteriors was able to give this homeowner a complete exterior makeover on his home in Westfield IN. The overall color scheme was changed dramatically and gave this home a completely new look! The roof was replaced from an old brown 3-tab shingle to a dimensional black shingle. Richmond Exteriors was also able to make this home stand out by installing some standing seam metal roofs in a metallic color. The old horizontal siding was replaced with new board & batten vinyl siding. The project was finished off with some new black seamless aluminum gutters. It was a great experience to see this home transform from what it was to what it is now!
Richmond Exteriors was able to help a church out in Westfield Indiana by replacing a roof that was defective. Richmond removed the old roof and installed a new Owens Corning Oakridge architectural shingle on the entire building. The church decided to choose Teak as the color of shingle to best fit the building.