Roof Crafters LLC to Participate in Military Roof Deployment Project With Owens Corning

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Roof Crafters, a Louisiana business, is set to participate in a roofing event that benefits members of the military and their families. The company's employees will visit a soldier's home, remove its battered old roof and install a new one for free.

Roof Crafters LLC with Owens Corning roof deployment project

Roof Crafters LLC with Owens Corning

This is as worthy a project as I've ever been involved with, to help those who do so much for every American.

Chuck Magee, the company's owner, explains why he wanted to take part in this endeavor: "This is as worthy a project as I've ever been involved with, to help those who do so much for every American." The other Roof Crafters staff members are excited about this undertaking as well. They too love the idea of publicly recognizing the great sacrifices that these men and women make every day.

It's no surprise that the pros at Roof Crafters would be interested in such an enterprise. Since the company's founding, this team has aimed to build trust and strengthen their ties with the community. That's why, whenever they're completing an assignment, they do so quickly and efficiently, taking care to cause as little disruption to people's lives as possible.

In addition, the company's prices are highly competitive, and the materials that it uses come from some of the industry's most esteemed supplier, Owens Corning. Plus, Roof Crafters only employs experts who are fully certified, and it also utilizes outstanding tools. An example is the Equipter, a unique trailer with a storage compartment that lifts and lowers. With this device, roofing projects can be surprisingly neat and tidy from start to finish.

While Roof Crafters' customers can feel confident that their roofs are in good hands, members of the armed forces often don't have that luxury. Instead, they frequently worry about the condition of their homes when they're overseas. After all, when they're not around to fix and maintain things, it's all too easy for their houses to fall into disrepair. And in some cases, the costs of hiring professionals to handle those duties are prohibitive for military families. That's why initiatives such as this roofing project are so important, and that's why the Roof Crafters crew cant't wait to get started with it.

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