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Company to donate a roof

SHINGLE SPRINGS — Straight Line Roofing & Construction recently announced the continuation of the Donate a Roof initiative.

Every year Straight Line Roofing & Construction has provided a new roof to an individual with a failing roof and no method to pay for it. This year this has not happened and no one has come to our attention.

As part of our Give Back Campaign, we want to continue this project and support our communities in need.

More than likely, you know of a family member, neighbor, or friend who has a roof that leaks or a deck that is unsafe. Tragically, the homeowner does not have the money to replace them-or access to the needed funds.

Times are tougher than ever with the current economy and Straight Line is delighted to be able to provide a safe, usable environment for someone in need.

“It is an incredibly difficult decision to select a single family, but in the end we can help replace a dysfunctional roof or deck,” said Jack Borba, president of Straight Line. “Everyone on our team feels good about being able to make a life-changing contribution to a family in need.”

At the end of the contest period which runs through Dec. 31, a lucky homeowner will be selected to receive a roof or deck system valued at up to $5,000.

The Straight Line Campaign to Give Back has been a significant contributor in the community since 1999. Its ongoing support of local organizations, sports teams and the Food Bank of El Dorado County is an important part of the company mission.

“As a local business, it is our responsibility to be active participants in our community,“ said Borba. “We are very grateful for the support our customers provide allowing us to actively give back.”

To learn more about the campaign or to nominate an individual visit StraightLineConstruction.com/nomination.html.

 

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