It is very beautiful and I know it will be the last roof I will have to put on this house.

We are writing to let you know how much we like our new roof. It was an adventure to say the least. It all started on the 5th of July. They came to start to take off the old roof. Then as they started a big swarm of BEES come out of our roof. The guys came down like firemen coming down the pole. We had to get a bee guy to take care of that problem. He said that there were about 400,000 bees in our roof. First great advantage no more bees with this roof. After this side track they got back to work and because of the bee incident they worked Saturday and Sunday. The work went along without problems the rest of the way. David and his crew did a great job. They were very polite and efficient with all aspects of what they had to deal with. From the bee problem to three layers of old shingles to remove and that had to be the hottest week of the summer. “Thanks a lot guys”. We have had the roof on for a good three weeks and the traffic in from of our house crawls by, in cars and on foot. If I am outside they always ask if it is slate or tile. They are very surprised when I say it is lightweight aluminum.

We are very glad we went the root of the Interlock Roofing System. We have a white house with hunter green shutters so we went with the hunter green roof. It is very beautiful and I know it will be the last roof I will have to put on this house. We may not have the biggest or best house in our neighborhood but our roof is the best looking and longest lasting for miles around.

Sincerely yours,
Richard and Marjorie Lavoie
Methuen, MA


 

 

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