R. Thomas Daniel Roofing Becomes Recommended Roofer For Dupont Circle Village

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The R. Thomas Daniel Roofing Company has been named the recommended roofer to the Dupont Circle Village this month. The R. Thomas Daniel Roofing Company is a more than 90-year-old, third generation, family-owned and operated roofing business that provides honest assessments, estimates and quality craftsmanship for Washington’s historic homes, churches and buildings.

The R. Thomas Daniel Roofing Company has been named the recommended roofer to the Dupont Circle Village this month. The R. Thomas Daniel Roofing Company is a more than 90-year-old, third generation, family-owned and operated roofing business that provides honest assessments, estimates and quality craftsmanship for Washington’s historic homes, churches and buildings.

The Dupont Circle Village is a neighborhood-based non-profit organization devoted to connecting senior-aged residents to reliable home-maintenance services, health services and social-cultural events that help them remain in their homes as they grow older.

“We hope to provide the Dupont Circle Village with the same level of service and peace of mind that we’ve given to members of the Capitol Hill Village over the last several years,” said Tom Daniel, owner of R. Thomas Daniel Roofing Company. The R. Thomas Daniel Roofing Company has served as the recommended roofing company for the Capitol Hill Village since 2009.

“We have a number of members with turn-of-the-century homes who need unique roofing expertise,” said Bernice Hutchinson, Executive Director of the Dupont Circle Village. “Connecting our members to service providers with the needed expertise, excellent reputations and strong recommendations from other area Villages is critical for our community.”

“Tom has replaced or repaired at least 20 roofs for Capitol Hill Village members over the last two years,” said Katie McDonough, Executive Director of the Capitol Hill Village. “He really helped our members by drastically reducing his charges for those with low incomes. During the 2009-10 snows, Tom saved a number of our members from potential disasters by removing snow loads — at no charge. It’s for these reasons that we highly recommended Tom to the Dupont Circle Village. We’re pleased that they’ve added the R. Thomas Daniel Roofing Company as their Village roofing partner of choice too.”

R. Thomas Daniel Roofing specializes in replacing, coating and repairing roofs of all types, especially the flat and low slope roofs common in residential areas around Capitol Hill, Dupont Circle, Georgetown and throughout Washington. Past and current customers of the Daniel family and R. Thomas Daniel Roofing Company include a former cabinet Secretary, a Senate Minority Leader, the legal counsel for a Presidential Administration, public policy officials, attorneys, business leaders and property management companies. For more information: http://rthomasdanielroofing.com/NewsMedia.aspx.

About R. Thomas Daniel Roofing Company (http://www.rthomasdanielroofing.com): The R. Thomas Daniel Roofing Company services include flat and low-slope roof replacements and repairs, gutter and downspout replacements and repairs, skylight installation and chimney repairs. They are specialists in metal, copper, tin, and slate roofs as well as modified Bitumen and EPDM roofs and energy efficient roofing options.

About the Dupont Circle Village: The Dupont Circle Village is a non-profit neighborhood organization that connects residents to services and cultural and social activities. Membership enables Villagers to maintain their health and home as they embrace the benefits and challenges of aging.

What is a Village? The “Village” concept began in Boston about a decade ago. It has proliferated in cities across the U.S. as many people would like to remain in their homes as they grow older. Villages have gained the attention and endorsement of local and national AARP chapters and municipal Offices on Aging. Villages typically hire an administrator and are overseen by a Board comprised of local residents. Villages most often operate from donations and membership dues.

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