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Care and maintenance of your roof is
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posted 10/20/2016

NEFRSA President’s Column...

…October meeting notice…


The October membership meeting will be held Tuesday the 25th.


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   Lincoln Register - President NEFRSA



posted 10/14/2016


Surviving the Aftermath…by Ralph DeCicco, Secretary

Hurricane Matthew did a number on north east Florida.  For being such a strong storm and as close as it was, north east Florida was damn lucky to avoid the bullseye and suffer the minimal damages that it did.  This doesn’t mean to minimize the widespread suffering and losses that have occurred.  Now that the tree removals, clean-up, repairs, estimates, and the misery is in full swing we as roofing & sheet metal contractors are catching hell as if it was our fault roofs leaked (whether or not we installed them).  With unprecedented demand, we cannot react fast enough to requests for service be it an inspection, repair, or estimate.  Several callers can’t understand why service schedules now are approaching 3½ to 5 weeks and become belligerent. We ask for patience and understanding by all...........

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